Why You Should Book your Tickets in Advance

January 22, 2013

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If you make one resolution this year, it should definitely be that you’ll book all your attraction tickets in advance, starting now! Here’s why:

You can Save Money!

Believe it or not, you can actually save money by booking your tickets in advance rather than paying “at the gate”! Many of the tickets we sell are exclusive to UK customers, so if you’re planning a holiday and want to have fun without breaking the bank, it’s usually more wallet-friendly to buy before you fly.

It Helps you to Budget

Planning a trip usually requires a bit of saving before you travel. With advance bookings it’s easy to spread out the cost of attractions, tours and more, rather than hoping you’ll have enough dosh to pay for it all when you’re there.

Admission is Guaranteed

Many theme parks and tours have a limited number of guests per day – and when they hit that limit you can be sure no-one else will be allowed in! If you’ve been savvy and booked in advance however, your entry is guaranteed on the date(s) you’ve specified.

Save Time and Jump the Queues

No-one likes waiting in queues when they could be enjoying themselves! But queues are exactly what you’ll find at many of Europe’s biggest theme parks and attractions, especially at the height of summer. Most of the time, if you’ve already bought your tickets you can walk straight past that pesky line and start having fun!

Whether you’re visiting theme parks and attractions in the UK or abroad, it’s always better, safer and easier to secure your tickets in advance. So whatever you’ve got planned, don’t hang around – snap up your tickets and let the fun begin!

The AttractionTix Team

About the author

Farrah Hedwat

Farrah is AttractionTix’s resident Copywriter. A city girl at heart, her best-loved travel moments are exploring new cities across the world like Barcelona or Los Angeles. Farrah’s favourite things are eating, sleeping, shopping and animals (but mostly animals). Her pet hates are bad grammar and other writing-based “offences”.