Thorpe Park has overnight stays from £74pp this year – including park tickets & breakfast

THORPE Park is offering bargain breaks from £74 per person.

The offer is available on selected stays on Sunday to Thursday dates throughout the rest of the year.

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The £74pp overnight stays at the nautical-themed Thorpe Shark Cabins include two-day theme park entry, unlimited fast-track until 11am and breakfast on the second day.

Also included in the deals are free parking, free wifi and 10 per cent off at the park shops and restaurants.

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The Shark Cabins are self-contained cabins right on the Thorpe Park resort, so you'll be just a short walk from the rides and attractions.

Thorpe Park is home to the fastest rollercoaster in the UK, Stealth, and The Swarm, the only winged coaster in the country.

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The park also has water rides, including the 85ft Tidal Wave and the Rumba Rapids, along with Saw – The Ride, which was the first horror-themed rollercoaster in the world.

Thorpe Park has also unveiled plans for a brand new rollercoaster that would be the biggest one in the UK.

The new 236ft ride would be the tallest rollercoaster in the UK, beating the current 213ft record held by the Big One at Blackpool Pleasure Beach since 1994.

Alton Towers also has cheap breaks this year, with overnight stays from £22pp.

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Families can also get a free extra day at Legoland this summer with overnight stays, from £47pp.

Or, for a holiday in the sun, we've found crazy cheap deals on beach hotels from £5pp a night in June.

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