Dubai Parks and Resorts, which is set to become the Middle East’s largest integrated theme park destination on its opening in October this year, has revealed details of its annual pass programme, which will be available from Tuesday.
The Annual Passes are available to purchase online at company website as well as the theme parks respective websites. Visitors can choose from eight different annual passes.
Annual passes are available to purchase for each of the three theme parks, and offer visitors a host of exceptional benefits including unlimited access to the individual parks valid for 365 days from the first visit, as well as invitations to exclusive preview days, 10 per cent discounts on food, beverages, merchandise, additional park tickets and separate ticketed shows.
By purchasing an annual pass now, visitors will guarantee their place as one of the first to experience this world of fun and adventure, as the passes will include exclusive preview access to the parks. In addition, annual pass holders who use their passes in 2016, will be given an extended validity until December 31, 2017.
Motiongate Dubai has announced its annual pass at Dh865, Bollywood Parks Dubai at Dh755, Legoland Dubai at Dh765.
Visitors can choose to top-up their single park annual pass to include annual access to the Legoland Water Park which has 20 water slides, attractions and Lego building experiences including a wave pool, Build-A-Raft-River and a Duplo toddler play area. Prices for these single park plus the water park combinations are: Dh1,095 for motiongate Dubai; Bollywood Parks Dubai for Dh985; Legoland Dubai at Dh995.
The annual pass also offers a 15 per cent discount on food, beverages and merchandise and many more. The Dubai Parks and Resorts annual pass is priced at Dh2,495.
Those looking for a luxury VIP theme parks experience can purchase the exclusive VIP Annual Pass.The VIP Annual Pass is priced at Dh6,995.
Raed Kajoor Al Nuaimi, CEO of Dubai Parks and Resorts said: “Dubai Parks and Resorts is set to transform the leisure tourism sector in Dubai when it opens in October this year, adding a world-class family entertainment destination to the city’s attractions.”
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