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Saturday 20th April 2024

Adults go free at theme park fright nights and dungeon attractions this Halloween

Halloween fright


It’s one of my favourite holidays – Halloween. The one day a year I can not only feel like a zombie, I get dress up like one too!

If you like feeling spooked, by going to a Halloween themed attraction, you don’t need to spend full price on them with this deal.

Here’s everything you need to know about adults go free tickets to some top attractions.

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How to get it

Selected Kellogg’s products in the supermarket has promotional packaging on, that gets you an adult ticket for free.

Now, it’s not as simple as just rocking up with a box of cereal (I wish it was). These promotional boxes get you a free ticket when you buy another one at full price.

You can either purchase an adult or a childs ticket, and get the second adult ticket for free, to Merlin attractions around the country.

Because it’s now Halloween, theme parks such as Thorpe Park and Alton Towers are offering ‘fright nights’ that are included with the price of a ticket.

The Kelloggs offer has no black out dates either, so you can use the deal to get a free ticket in.

It’s not just theme parks too, the London Dungeon (as well as York, Edinburgh and Blackpool) are running the same offer with no black out dates.

In fact you have until June 2024 to claim your free tickets with Kelloggs, so it can be used at any time until then, if Halloween and jump scares aren’t your thing.

To get the deal, head to your local supermarket and buy a promotional product (you can usually find cereal bars for £1-2 that are usually the cheapest).

Then head over to the Merlin website to enter your voucher and book your tickets to your attraction in advance.

You’ll only pay for 1 ticket for every voucher that you have. So you can get more than one!

For full details, and to see what attractions are included, head over to the Kellogg’s website.

Jordon "Britain's Coupon Kid" Cox

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Jordon is known as "Britain’s Coupon Kid," who has been saving money since age 15. He spent four years writing for MoneySavingExpert, and now regularly appears as an expert on TV, radio and print. It's his mission to make sure nobody pays full price for anything.

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