Sponsored: The Sun Superdays – Win free tickets to Alton Towers Resort!
With spring just around the corner, now is the time to start planning some fun outdoor activities. For those of you thrill-seeking Janes, what could be better than a day out at a theme park?
Luckily, The Sun has read our minds and teamed up with Merlin Entertainment to bring its readers the chance to claim two free tickets to Alton Towers. The even better news? It’s very easy to get your hands on them!
The Sun Superdays: win free Alton Towers tickets!
By collecting Sun Codes from The Sun newspaper you could soon be enjoying totally free access to all the thrills, zooms and adrenalin rush of Alton Towers – the UK’s premier theme park for thrill-seekers. Our personal favourite rides are Galactica – the world’s first rollercoaster with fully dedicated virtual reality – and for those who love adrenalin-fuelled entertainment, try out Oblivion and its terrifying vertical drop.
For your chance to claim two free Sun Superdays tickets worth over £100, all you need to do is collect 10 differently numbered Sun Codes from 21 Sun Codes that will be printed every day in The Sun, kicking off on Saturday, March 19th.
3 Simple Steps
To get your hands on your Sun Codes, follow these three simple steps:
- Attach the 10 Sun Codes (printed in The Sun from March 19th– April 8th) with the completed application form, printed in the newspaper, and also available to download here.
- Check your calendar, choose five date bands and write them down in order of preference
- If you’re applying through the post, send your completed form with a 1st class stamped envelope, or complete the steps online and receive your tickets, or e-tickets
As long as you follow these simple steps and be quick with your application (tickets are available on first come, first served basis) you will secure them for an incredible day out zooming around on some world-class rollercoasters!
Kick start your summer
It’s the perfect way to kick-off the summer – a fantastic, free day out for you and your friends.
See the full terms and conditions here.
This post has been kindly sponsored by The Sun.