Regular readers of the blog will know I’m a massive Thorpe Park Resort fan. As it’s so close to us, we go a LOT through the season. We’re able to do this because of our Thorpe Park Resort Annual Passes. For £53.50 per person you can have an entire year of fun – pay for a day, come back for a year!

The Thorpe Park Resort Annual Passes also come with other benefits including –
– Invites to Exclusive Events
– 20% Off Food and Beverages
– 20% Off Retail
– Up to 20% Off THORPE SHARK Hotel Stays
– Discounts to bring friends throughout the year
Special Events (e.g. FRIGHT NIGHTS) will incur an extra charge – Full T+C’s are here

Thorpe Park Resort doesn’t open until March. To brighten up the closed season a little they’ve given me a set of Thorpe Park Resort Annual Passes for a lucky Kip reader! That’s right, one lucky family (of up to 5 people) can have their very own Thorpe Park Resort Annual Passes for the 2018 Season!

Thorpe Park have remained very tight-lipped about what will be happening in the upcoming season. However, I hope to see the winner of this competition in the Safe Zone in 2018!

Entering is easy – just complete the Rafflecopter below – the more you do, the more entries you’ll earn! The competition ends on 20th January 2018.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

292 thoughts on “Competition – Win a set of Thorpe Park Resort Annual Passes

  1. bella smyth says:

    Wowzers a huge £267.50 that would take us ages to save for these, i shall keep my fingers crossed thank you for the chance, Happy new year x

  2. Ruth Bugg says:

    £267.50, Thanks for such an amazing giveaway, never been to Thorpe park myself but sure my family would love it

  3. Nicola says:

    My favourite theme park and walking dead is my sons favourite program too so would love to be at Thorpe again next year

  4. Chrissy Tuffin says:


    This would be a brilliant prize for my lovely nephew and his young family.
    Fingers crossed! xxx

  5. olivia Kirby says:

    From your text it says 53.50 each so £267.50 but when I click the link it says it’s £49 each? So that would be £245

  6. Karen Usher says:

    Well in the link its £45 each, so that comes to a grand total of £245 That’s the current price as of today 13/01/18

  7. Victoria Prince says:

    I’m slightly confused – going by your post it would be £267.50 at £53.50 each, but clicking through the link it’s showing as £49 each which would make it £245. I’m assuming I’m looking at the right thing – it’s labeled as such! So I’m going with £245, even better value 🙂

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