Blackpool, England: Blackpool Pleasure Beach is offering all dads the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic free day out this Father’s Day, 19th June, and save upto £30!  All kids can treat dad to a day out at the UK’s favourite amusement park, and enjoy making some fantastic family memories, by simply booking him a wristband at the same time as you book your own.

There are so many things for dads to enjoy while at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.  Test his nerves on Red Arrows Skyforce, which will have him spinning, swirling and exciting his senses while his fellow pilots take control of their own flights.  Experience the breathtaking views and adrenaline thrills on the UK’s tallest roller coaster, The Big One then turn his world upside down on Pleasure Beach’s classic looping coaster, Revolution.

For action packed family fun, Nickelodeon Land is the place to be.  Nickelodeon Land is a 6-acre area of Pleasure Beach, home to 12 rides and attractions and guests can rub shoulders with famous Nick characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW  Patrol and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Wallace and Gromit’s Thrill-O-Matic takes a trip through the famous pair’s adventures, from A Grand Day Out, trying out The Wrong Trousers, having A Close Shave before dealing with A Matter of Loaf and Death and tackling The Curse of the Were Rabbit.

To take advantage of this fantastic offer, wristbands must be purchased in advance online using the code DAD15.  To qualify for a free wristband this must be purchased at the same time as at least one other wristband.  Offer applies to gate priced wristbands. Adult wristbands are priced at £30 and junior wristbands at £27.

As an extra treat you can also take dad for a free lunch at the White Tower Restaurant which is situated in the Casino Building at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. In order to take advantage of this offer simply book a table by visiting or calling 01253 336403 and quoting the offer.  All dads need to be accompanied by a full paying family member.

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