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    Default Best place for theme park tickets at a good price

    Does anyone know of a good website where we can get good prices on theme park tickets for while we are on the Gold Coast?

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    I don't know what is the best offer. but RACQ offer discounts. I think themeparks.com. is another place. the parks offer different promotions through the year, so it will depend on when you are going. marie.

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    You could try the myfun website:

    https://myfun.com.au/theme-parks-passes

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    We got ours through RACQ back in July. I bought tickets for myself, aunt and uncle and their 4 kids. Was way cheaper than buying them direct. If you're not a member, then if you have the entertainment book you can buy tickets through there too. You can also try googling things like "dreamworld ticket discount" and see if there are any deals around. Scoopon etc sometimes have deals on for these passes too.

    Which theme parks do you want to go to? You can get ones that allow you entry to movie world, seaworld and wet n wild (and possibly discounted for the Australian Outback Spectacular), OR dreamworld, white water world and the Q1 observation deck. Once you know where you want to go you can shop around.

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    We are off to qld in a few weeks and Groupon have some theme park tickets but as an racv member there are some discounts there too (but Groupon was better price I think)

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    If you don't live in Qld, try the motoring association in your state, they should have similar prices to RACQ. I know NRMA used to have theme park deals.

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    If you're planning SeaWorld, wet and wild and movie world I suggest getting multi pass
    Scoopon has a deal at the moment https://www.scoopon.com.au/deals/669...sjvQod7UUIMw#/


 

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