All you can eat at the Beach

Above: A table view from the Ice Lounge coffee shop Photo: Adam James

A new dining option has become available at Pleasure Beach Blackpool, catering for those who plan to eat regularly during a day out at the park.

The amusement park have launched their new ‘All You Can Eat’ programme, which entitles visitors to take advantage of numerous food outlets within the 42 acre site for one price at the beginning of their day.

For a price of £17.50 for adults and £12.50 for children under 11 (and £2.50 off each price respectively  online), guests can take advantage of as many tasty meal deals, cake options and unlimited drinks during their visit. A family of four can also dine under the programme for £55, or £50 if pre-booked online.

Nick Thompson, deputy managing director of the Pleasure Beach, commented on the ‘All You Can Eat’ option, saying

“Dining at Blackpool Pleasure Beach is as varied and as exciting as our attractions. This offer allows our guests to enjoy the catering outlets around the attraction and we feel it offers real value for money when family budgets are stretched on days out.”

The launch coincides with the opening of a new fish and chip outlet at the Pleasure Beach. Opening at the park’s main entrance as ‘The Plaice’, the eatery serves a number of traditional meals along with soft and alcoholic beverages options.

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About: Adam James Whittaker

Adam James Whittaker is an aspiring marketer, who has worked in the theme park industry for a number of years. He believes in the preservation of amusement heritage and using marketing effectively to promote new attractions and investments.

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