Butlin’s launches day passes from £10 which include the water park, restaurants and live shows

BUTLIN’S has launched day passes for families this summer who want a holiday without breaking the bank.

The new passes, currently just launched at the Bognor Regis resort, will mean visitors can get the most of the parks without staying overnight.

Butlin's has launched day passes to the Bognor Regis resort


Butlin’s has launched day passes to the Bognor Regis resort

While not all of the park is accessible, guests who visit for the day can visit the Splash Waterworld water park which has flumes, rapids and the first Helter Skelter water slide in the UK.

The pass also includes unlimited rides at the fairground, with kids of all ages welcome, where rides range from the carousel to the dodgems.

Live entertainment is on throughout the day at the indoor Skyline Pavilion, while the cafes and restaurants are also open.

Families can also pay a little extra for additional activities such as go karting and laser tag.

Running from July 31 to September 2021, just in time for the end of the summer, tickets start from £10 for kids and adults for £17.

Butlin’s Bognor Regis director Jeremy Pardey said: “There’s so much to do and now we’re in the school holidays, we hope our day passes offer an alternative and affordable day out for families looking to get together and have fun.”

The day passes aren’t currently available at the Minehead and Skegness resorts.

Here are some of the best last minute holiday deals to Butlin’s for July and August.

Families who want to book a trip to Butlin’s are also covered by their new Butlin’s Promise.

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This includes “no-quibble refunds” if the trip has to be cancelled due to government restrictions or you no longer feel safe to visit, as well as free date changes three days before travelling and £10 deposits.

Families can visit the water park and the live entertainment just for the day


Families can visit the water park and the live entertainment just for the dayCredit: Butlins
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