Visit the Blackpool Tower Eye for 13p this Friday the 13th!
Friday 13th may be unlucky for some but it could be very lucky for visitors to The Blackpool Tower Dungeon as it gives away 1,300 tickets for 13p on this famously superstitious day.
Normally costing £14 for adults and £11.50 for children, The Blackpool Tower Dungeon is slashing prices for one day only valid whilst stocks last.
This Friday 13th, the unluckiest day of the year, anyone purchasing a Blackpool Tower Dungeon ticket via Scotland’s popular discount website itison will get it for 13p, a saving of over 99%.
General Manager of The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, Kenny Mew, said: “Leave the four leaf clover and rabbit’s foot at home. We want you to forget the superstitions and come and spend a day at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon. No tricks, just treats!”
Excited visitors will need to wait until the morning of the 13th to book their spooky activity! Tickets can be bought online at www.itison.com/Manchester/deals. Limited availability until stocks run out.
Characters from The Blackpool Tower Dungeon will be out and about in Blackpool on Friday. They will be handing out treats to passengers at Blackpool North train station and bringing a smile to their faces as they go about their daily commute.
Savvy shoppers can also take advantage of The Blackpool BIG Ticket which gives you front row seats to all of Merlin’s attractions in Blackpool.
The Blackpool BIG Ticket is the best value for money ticket guaranteed, making savings of over 50%, and includes access to award-winning attractions such as The Blackpool Tower Eye, The Blackpool Tower Ballroom, The Blackpool Tower Circus, The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, Jungle Jim’s, SEA Life and Madame Tussauds.
And the best part is visitors have 90 days to visit all attractions – perfect for those who want to take their time over the summer holidays.
Buy the Blackpool BIG Ticket online at www.theblackpooltower.com/big-ticket. Tickets cost £46 for adults and £33.50 for children. A toddler’s ticket for under threes is £8.95.