Half Price Entry to Knowsley Safari Park

Knowsley Safari Park has a half price for half term offer for October 2011 giving visitors the opportunity to have a great family day out for not much money, very important in the current climate. With the voucher you can enter the park for just £7.50 per adult and £5.50 per child/OAP and our guests with disabilities can still have a free place for a one to one carer if needed too. The voucher will be accepted throughout October so you don’t need to wait until half term if you would rather visit when it is quieter.

For an even bigger discount buy the online print at home tickets and use the code “halfprice” .  To apply the code add your tickets to your shopping basket, click the link that says “my basket” and add the code in the promotional code box.  You must do this before proceeding to the checkout.  Using this code you will get a 50% discount applied to the already discounted print at home prices!

The half price offer will be going out in local press and online and you can even use the voucher image above, print this article or save the image to your phone to show when you arrive, the entrance kiosk staff will be happy to take all forms of the voucher so feel free to share it with your friends.

October half term will be the last full week of opening for the safari park in 2011 and from Sunday 30th October to February half term (11/2/2012) the park will only be open at weekends from 10:30am, last entry at 3pm.

www.knowsleysafariexperience.co.uk

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Knowsley Safari Park was first opened in 1971 and now in it’s 40th year offers an experience to remember.  A five mile safari drive awaits you with lions, tigers, white rhino and many more animals including our infamous troop of baboons.  Get closer to the action at Knowsley Safari Park a great family day out.

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About safariuk

I am the Visitor Service Manager for UK tourist attraction Knowsley Safari Park. I have been in the post only for a few years and consider myself very fortunate to work in such a fantastic place. Not many people outside of Africa can take their lunch break while looking at elephants! This isn't the official blog for Knowsley Safari Park but my own views and opinions on things that may be happening at the park, in the leisure industry or anywhere else.
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