How to get 2-4-1 tickets at Alton Towers this summer | The Sun

YOU can bag an extra day at Alton Towers for free this summer, but you'll have to be quick.

The deal is available with overnight stay bookings during the school summer holidays – and prices start from £86pp.

As the park has more than 40 rides and attractions, spending two days is ideal – you'll be able to get through most of the rides and activities without having to rush.

For instance, little ones will love CBeebies Land, where they can meet their favourite onscreen characters like Postman Pat and Iggle Piggle.

Plus, you'll find live entertainment and indoor and outdoor play areas.

You'll have a choice between five hotels, including the Splash Landings Hotel.

The Splash Landings Hotel is a premium resort with a Caribbean theme and themed rooms that any child will love.

You could book a pirate, Ice Age or Beachcomber-inspired room from £86pp.

Whichever hotel you pick, you'll receive a two-day theme park entry and extra perks.

But there's a catch – the offer doesn't automatically apply to your booking, so don't forget to add it to your basket as you checkout.

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The complimentary second-day admission is available on selected stays between July 21 and September 3.

However, you'll have to book by August 6 to take advantage of the deal.

  • Check out the Alton Towers' free second-day offer here

On top of the free admission, you'll also get free breakfast, parking, and access to the 9-hole golf course.

The theme park has also revealed it will open a new £12.5million ride after getting the green light for the project.

The ride is due to be an indoor attraction and is currently called 'Project Horizon'.

Meanwhile, Thorpe Park launched new themed hotel rooms inspired by its top rollercoasters – and bookings are open now.

And Disneyland Paris has two-night breaks this Christmas from £289pp, including three-day park entry.

If you're willing to travel even further, adult tickets to Disney World & Universal are now on sale at kids’ prices.

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