We’re big fans of the Merlin Annual Pass in this household – I’ve had one for as long as I can remember. The savvy way of buying one used to be with Tesco Clubcard points – not so much now. They become the best value for money in the Merlin Annual Pass Sale which runs until February 13th.

What’s a Merlin Annual Pass?

Put simply, it’s your ticket to twelve months of fun at all the Merlin Resorts and Attractions. Visit worlds such as Thorpe Park Resort Alton Towers Resort, SEA LIFE Centres, Madame Tussauds, and many more! Generally you can rock up to most of the attractions, and stroll right in (although some exclusions apply). It’s great on a particularly busy day where you can bypass the queues at the entrance and stroll in!

As well as entry to the Resorts and Attractions, your pass entitles you to upto 20% off Food, Drink and Retail. You also receive invites to exclusive passholder events and exclusive discounts with the Merlin Holiday Club.







Make you choice – Standard or Premium?

There are two types of Merlin Annual Pass – Standard or Premium.

The Standard Annual Pass offers the following benefits –

  • 12 months entry into top UK attractions (London date exclusions and other restrictions apply)
  • Up to 20% discount on food, beverage and retail
  • Membership of the exciting NEW Merlin Holiday Club
  • Invites to exclusive Passholder Preview Events
  • Discounted entry for friends and family

The Premium Annual Pass gives a little bit more –

  • 12 months entry into top UK attractions
  • FREE Car Parking at our Theme parks and Warwick Castle
  • Up to 20% discount on food, beverage and retail
  • Membership of the exciting NEW Merlin Holiday Club
  • Discounted entry for friends and family
  • Invites to exclusive Passholder Preview Events
  • Visit anytime without restrictions
  • Privilege Pack – which contains:
    Lanyard, Card Holder, a Pop Badge, 3 £5 off Fastrack Vouchers for one use at some of our Theme Parks and 3 Share the Fun Vouchers (Bring up to 3 friends for £15 each.)
  • Priority entry to all attractions

Even those with existing passes, you don’t have to miss out on the sale – the sale extends to renewals too! I’ve put together a little table below showing the savings you can make by buying during the Merlin Annual Pass Sale –

Merlin Annual Pass Sale Savings

Also, Thorpe Park are opening their Annual Pass offices every Saturday during the sale allowing you to pop down and collect your pass. So when the gates open on the 23rd March – you can walk straight in.

Competition ends 00.00 on 22/1/17

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