Up to 50% off Hotel Breaks with code @ Alton Towers

6 May 2015

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Alton Towers is an amazing place, but it can be really expensive. Here's a voucher code that can save you up to 50% off hotel stays in all the on site accommodation!

Click here to book Hotel Breaks @ Alton Towers*

  • Discount: Up to 50% off hotel accommodation
  • Expires: 30th May 2015
  • Code: BRO50

Although we don't have exact breakdowns it seems to take off around 50% at The Alton Towers Hotel, around 30% off at Splash Landings, and even about 20% off the new luxury Enchanted Village Treehouses. It works on school holidays, and even some special events like the Scarefest at Halloween.

The code is a brochure one, and you can enter the code and then play about with the dates and hotels to see which works out the best value for you. It doesn't look to be working on the theme rooms, as they still work out massively expensive, but regular family rooms are being discounted.

The price of an overnight stay includes breakfast, and also early entry to the theme park itself. You don't have to buy your tickets with your hotel if you have picked up some of the Kelloggs vouchers (free adult with a child), but the park tickets are cheaper when you book them in advance with your hotel, so you'll need to see which offer works out best for your group.

You can find this Alton Towers voucher code along with many more over on our voucher section.

Thanks to doddza69 @ HUKD

TOPICS:   News and Recalls


  • trixyd
    The rooms are available at full price. But once you enter the discount code they are no longer available !!!
  • Lisa Hayes EDITOR
    The rooms are available at full price. But once you enter the discount code they are no longer available !!!
    Hi trixyd, sorry to hear that. I had no problems like that when I tested the code out. It may be that the rooms are just selling fast, or that there are restrictions we don't know about. The code was passed on without the full terms and conditions being available. Have you tried an alternative date or accommodation type?

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