Ticket prices for the 2015 season have been updated on the Alton Towers Resort Website, with the on the day cost of admission breaking the £50 barrier for the first time.
As in previous years, the resort has retained the pricing structure of having an adult, child, family and senior ticket, with three different levels of pricing depending on whether you purchase you tickets on the day, 2-6 days in advance, or 7 days in advance. A one day ticket purchased on the day will now set you back £50.40, an increase of £1.20 compared to the previous one day ticket price. A child ticket bought on the day will now cost £44.40, an increase of £1.20, whilst a senior ticket has seen an increase of 80p to £25.20. The cost of a 2 day ticket has also increased to £57.90 from the previous cost of £55.20 with the price of child and senior 2 day tickets also increasing.
Discounts are still available to those who are able to book in advance with an up to 10% discount available if you book 2-6 days in advance, and an up to 25% discount when booked 7 or more days in advance. The tables below contain full details of this seasons ticket prices.
On The Day
Two to Six Days in Advance
Seven or More Days in Advance
These latest price increases are similar to price rises seen in previous seasons at the resort and follow from increases at Merlins other UK parks, included Thorpe Park Resort which saw an increase of £10 to £59.99 for an on the day peak ticket and the removal of the child option.
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