DRAYTON Manor is cutting ticket prices by up to a third ahead of the summer.
Families can get a group ticket for just £90, saving more than £15 per person.
Drayton Manor are offering up to £15 off per person in a new four-guest ticket deal
Current ticket prices cost £39.50 if buying online on the day with the 4-for-90 deal instead costing £22.50 per person.
The offer is available until October 31, meaning you can make the most of the entire summer holidays and the October half terms without breaking the bank.
To take advantage of the deal, at least one person must be over the age of 18 if any of the guests are under the age of 11.
The party must visit the park together to use the ticket.
The park recently reopened was forced to close earlier this year in February after Storm Dennis flooding, only to remain closed due to coronavirus.
Families of four can visit for just £90 – savings of a thirdCredit: Alamy
It has since reopened along with other theme parks in the UK, including Thomas Land and Drayton Manor Park’s conservation zoo.
The family attraction also announced their new safety measures in place for guests, including social distancing, hand sanitiser stations, and regular routine cleaning of rides.
The park has also introduced a virtual queuing system in certain areas of the park, which allows guests to queue digitally via the Drayton Manor Park app.
Once they have joined a queue, riders can see how long they have left until their allocated ride time and receive a notification and boarding pass, which will be scanned before boarding the attraction when it’s their turn to ride.
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Temperature checks at the gate, limited capacity and face masks indoors are just some of the new rules you will have to follow.
Some rides and experiences may also be closed, if they cannot open without safely socially distancing.
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