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How much do rides cost at Blackpool Pleasure Beach?

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roisin Thu 02-Jun-05 20:25:06

Apparently "kiddies' rides" generally cost 3 tickets ... How much do the 'tickets' cost? (In school hols if that makes a difference.)

And do you have to go on the rides with them, or not?

darlingbud Thu 02-Jun-05 20:27:17

we wnt last week with dd (2.5) each ticket costs £1 and each ride is so many tockets. For example, the alice in wonderland ride was 3 tickets each (inc dd) so that equated to £9 for us three to go on the ride. the Big One was about 9 ticets per person per ride!!! Really expensve I thought.

darlingbud Thu 02-Jun-05 20:27:43

some kiddies rides they have to go on themselves.

roisin Thu 02-Jun-05 20:32:58

Thanks, that's really helpful. DSs are 6 and 7, and don't like "big" rides, though would want me with them on something like a logflume.

darlingbud Thu 02-Jun-05 20:38:10

I think the log flume was about 6 tickets each (therefore it would be £18 for you three to just go on that one ride).

I forgot though that they do wrist band for about £15 each but you can go on as many rides as often as you want. that might be better.

roisin Thu 02-Jun-05 20:47:02

It is pricey, isn't it?

I don't really want to spend long in there: we went to Legoland this week and are going to Camelot soon! But the boys are keen that we should at least "pop in".

Thanks for the prices: It makes it easier for me to state the ground rules before we go in. I will give them 6 tickets each.

Who knows, maybe it will be hot and sunny and they'll just want to be on the beach for the whole time!

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