Alton Towers has launched an ‘all inclusive’ ticket incorporating theme park entry, early ride time, all-day dining, Fastrack and car parking.
Costing £85 when booked a week or more in advance, the price rises to £91 if ordered 2-6 day ahead or £96.50 if booked the day before a visit.
The Fastrack element offered is the park’s ‘silver’ option, which includes a single ride on the Air, Nemesis, Oblivion, Thirteen and Rita rollercoasters.
Standard car parking – usually priced at £6 per vehicle – is part of the package.
The £85 advance ticket represents a saving of £6.15 compared to pre-purchasing the products separately.
Guest numbers at Alton Towers are reportedly down by a considerable margin on last year, due to the prolonged cold weather and the delays with the opening of the new Smiler rollercoaster.
Meanwhile, the park has announced that the Sanctuary scare maze will close on 14 April.