Simple trick to save money on Blackpool Zoo tickets

A trip to Blackpool Zoo is always a fun day out whether you’re visiting the wildlife attraction with family or friends.

The zoo is a must-see attraction with tigers, gorillas, elephants, giraffes, penguins and more.

For those who aren’t members and need to buy tickets, there’s a little trick you can use to save money on entry prices.

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At the moment full price adult tickets cost £22.90 and a child ticket costs £17.90, while family tickets start at £73.50 – however if you convert your Tesco Clubcard points into Blackpool Zoo rewards you can make huge savings.

The deal lets you turn every 50p of Clubcard points into £1.50 to spend at Blackpool Zoo, with more details available at the Blackpool Zoo Clubcard rewards page.

A message on Blackpool Zoo’s website advises anyone with Tesco Clubcard Vouchers to book a pre-paid ticket for each person in your group for the date you want to visit, and payment will be taken on the day.

It says: “If you have TESCO CLUBCARD VOUCHERS, please book a ‘Pre-Paid Ticket’ for each person in your group at £0 charge for the date you’d like to visit (this is the last option on the ticket booking page). Then bring your online confirmation along with your Tesco Clubcard Voucher on the day of your visit and payment will be taken on arrival.

“Vouchers can only be used against full priced individual tickets (not family tickets). Our prices do vary so we recommend checking the price a few days before your arrival and if the vouchers are for part payment, you can pay the balance with card or cash.”

You can click here to book.

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