Car Parking Cut for Blackpool Resort Pass Users
Tourism bosses in the UK’s favourite seaside resort are launching a new, cheaper parking scheme in conjunction with their popular Blackpool Resort Pass to encourage more people to enjoy holidays in the town.
Earlier this year Blackpool became the first UK destination to launch a combined attraction ticket – the Blackpool Resort Pass – offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy up to nine top attractions and transport around the resort at a fraction of the price.
And as popularity of the pass grows Marketing Blackpool is now working with Blackpool Council to enable people to purchase discounted parking as an added extra with two days parking costing just £10, three days – £12, four days – £14 and seven days – £20.
Marketing Blackpool Marketing Manager Nicola Atanassova said: “It makes sense that we complement the fantastic features of the Blackpool Resort Pass with discounted parking.
“This ticket is all about saving our visitors money. We want people to come to Blackpool and enjoy as many of our attractions as possible without feeling the hit in their pocket.
“By extending this to now include cheaper parking we feel this will be a massive benefit to the millions of tourists who visit our resort every year for a holiday.”
The discounted parking can only be bought in addition to the Blackpool Resort Pass which offers a number of options for visitors:
- The Original Resort Pass – Gives visitors access to SIX attractions – Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Nickelodeon Land, The Blackpool Tower Eye and 4D Experience, The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, SEA LIFE Blackpool and Madame Tussauds.
- Resort Pass+ – Offers access to NINE attractions – Includes those in the Original Resort Pass plus Blackpool Zoo, Sandcastle Waterpark and Blackpool Model Village & Gardens.
- There is also the option to purchase The Original Resort Pass and enhance the Blackpool experience by adding extra attractions.
- All passes enable you to add on exclusive discounted 3-day and 7-day saver tickets for Blackpool Transport’s bus and tram services as well as offers of extra activities at some attractions.
The Original Resort Pass is priced at £52.50 per person representing a saving of £40, while the Resort Pass+ is £77.50 representing a saving of more than £55 per person. Passes are valid for seven days and give users one visit to each attraction.
The car parks included in the discounted parking scheme are South, Central Beach, Lonsdale A, Central Car & Coach Park.
The Blackpool Resort Pass is available to buy in advance online as well as from Blackpool Tourist Information Centre at Festival House on the Promenade. For more information go to www.blackpoolresortpass.com or Tel: 01253 478222
Book your Blackpool accommodation at www.visitblackpool.com/accommodation