Alton Towers admission price rises to £51.60

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The cost of admission to Alton Towers has risen to £51.60 when paying on the day of arrival.

The £1.20 rise represents a 2.38% increase on last season’s walk-up price of £50.40, and comes following the removal of the Ripsaw and Flume rides from the park.

In recent years, the price of admission has increased several times during the park’s season.

Park operators Merlin Entertainments are currently implementing a strategy which aims to increase online admission sales to all of its attractions worldwide.

In 2015, the number of ‘2 for 1’ promotional vouchers in circulation for its UK attractions was significantly less than in previous years.

3 Comments on "Alton Towers admission price rises to £51.60"

  1. Absolutely shocking price if you cannot get hold of a 2for1, especially with the rides removed for this year.

    Even if you can get a 2for1 voucher its still £100 for a family of 4.

    Don’t think the price rise will help towers attendance figures in 2016.

  2. Mike bate | 1 March 2016 at 10:21 |

    Rip off

  3. Why o why I understand the theme park has had problems but altontowers need to think about the customer not ripping people off.

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