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It has been confirmed that Alton Towers fans will be closed-minded for the duration of the season.

I asked Thorpe on social media if they plan to open Nemesis Inferno at midday for synergy across the brand

Enough! Please keep discussion to Alton Towers rather than which appears to be another dig at Jamie. If you find there is hypocrisy or annoyance in another member here then please take that to private

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Does anyone find that if rides and / or attractions are unavailable, that Alton Towers do not end up postng it on there website?e.g. When Nemesis was unavailable; That was not posted on the website as "Nemesis is currently unavailable".

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I would say that the hotels are great espically splash landings, but then I think you have to pay extra for dinner etc (from what I remember from when I went four years ago) but if you want to save money then just book cheap outside the towers......as long as you sleep, its the park thats important.

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A question to anyone who has been to Alton Towers by train, id like to get a trip up there soonish and I'm looking at the prices on the train planner and its telling me the cheapest available fare is £102.50 and thats a single, which is ********* ridiculous! I dont believe anyone would pay that much! Did anyone else pay that much? Its from Euston to Stoke on Trent. Yeah just wondering how much any1 else paid cause thats a bloody joke! Maybe I should take a different train or something.

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It's about half an hour to 40 minutes on the bus. Last time I checked it was about £6 one way.

Gosh £6? quite expensive considering my Local bus is about £1.30, I was going to go up on the train, Master Iskander you are looking at the Anytime fares, the cheapest convienient return fare I can find from Reading to Stoke-On-Trent is £35.
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Gosh £6? quite expensive considering my Local bus is about £1.30, I was going to go up on the train, Master Iskander you are looking at the Anytime fares, the cheapest convienient return fare I can find from Reading to Stoke-On-Trent is £35.

Sorry, I meant £6 return.
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Oh right, so around the same as the Thorpe bus.

Yes. I worked out the other day that it would only cost £36 return from my house to Alton Towers (including train and bus) which is pretty good seeing as it costs £24 to get to Thorpe Park.
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Yes. I worked out the other day that it would only cost £36 return from my house to Alton Towers (including train and bus) which is pretty good seeing as it costs £24 to get to Thorpe Park.

Not bad, is that including the ticket?
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