Don't_Look_Down wrote:It looks like Drayton are clearing the area next to the Buffalo coaster. Knowing that the 2014 coaster will be situated in this area, could we be seeing preparation work already?
There were several diggers at one point.
Don't_Look_Down wrote:ImURNemesis - Drayton did submit planning applications to build on this area, so who knows? The new coaster is supposedly going to sit near the Buffalo and "interact with the lake". This could very well be the planned location.
ImURNemesis wrote:Don't_Look_Down wrote:ImURNemesis - Drayton did submit planning applications to build on this area, so who knows? The new coaster is supposedly going to sit near the Buffalo and "interact with the lake". This could very well be the planned location.
Sounds interesting! Please be a Mack Launch! I can just picture it hugging the lake.
Themeparksandy1981- Thanks for them plans!!
Stelios7 wrote:Mad Monday should of been done on a Bank Holiday, not a obscure Monday here, some schools may be off but I don't think this marketing ploy will work.
Bote wrote:Plus, while we're on the subject of T&Cs have you looked at any of the Merlin ones they've used in the past? I particularly liked the one about being able to refuse entry to MAP and Annual Pass holders (Premium or Standard) on any day they see fit, without prior notice or consent
Drayton Manor Theme Park offers ‘rainy day guarantee’
Drayton Manor is promising to give visitors, who have pre-booked tickets via its website, call centre or hotel, free passes if it rains continuously for a minimum of one hour during their time at the park.
In order to claim the return voucher, guests must present their original advanced purchased ticket to the Guest Services department in the park. Visitors will then be able to return on any date between Tuesday 4th September and Friday 26th October for free.
Colin Bryan, Drayton Manor Theme Park’s managing director, said: “It would be amazing to experience beautiful, sunny weather every day during the summer, but we have to be realistic. There will be days when it will be wet and miserable, which may prevent guests from fully enjoying their day out at the park.
“This initiative means that if their visit is spoilt by the weather they have the opportunity to return for free on another day, when hopefully the weather will be better.”