Warner Park Madrid (or Parque Warner) is a theme park with 30-40 rides, with 6 of them being extreme thrill rides. The park first opened to the public in April 2002 and since then has reached over 2.1 million visitors in the park as reported in 2018. Warner Park Madrid is typically open from March to early January every year, meaning it is closed for a number of weeks during winter. It is currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic but you can get tickets for June onwards still, assuming that the theme park will be open as usual from this date onwards. Though there aren’t too many active discounts and vouchers for this theme park currently due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will recommend a few websites you can use for regularly updated deals and discounts. Please check these websites often to see new deals.
Before we get into the nitty-gritty of how much tickets cost, we recommend opting for online tickets if that is suitable for you. This is because tickets at the gate are more expensive than if you were to get them online. With that being said, single-day weekday tickets at the door are around 44.90€ for adults who are over 140cm tall. Weekend tickets for adults cost around 48€. As a general note, the cheapest tickets you will find will typically be for Monday and Tuesday as these days tend to be the least busy.
If you will be going with children who are shorter than 100cm tickets for them will be free. Tickets for children who do not fit this category and are between 100cm and 140cm, seniors over 60 and anyone who has a disability will cost 41.90€ on most weekdays and 43.90€ on the weekend.
If you will be going with two adults and two children, your total ticket price will come to about 183.80€ if you go on the weekend.
You may be driving to the park. If this is the case, the car park service costs 11€ for cars when you get your tickets and theme park's gate. Prices for parking a motorbike will be 6€ and for a 15€ for a motorhome vehicle. Once again, getting tickets and paying for your car park will be much cheaper online, even if you opt for the official theme park's website.
To find deals and discounts, we recommend that you look through 365tickets.co.uk. This website finds deals that are available online and lists them all so you can try various different deals for your tickets.
The next website is also similar to the first. 1001vouchercodes.co.uk updates frequently and finds all of the available vouchers and codes that you can use to get cheaper tickets to Warner Park.
Musement.com is also great for finding deals on tickets to the theme park. Just like the other websites mentioned, we recommend checking the website frequently before you order your tickets to check for any new discounts and deals.
Another website that updates frequently with new deals and discounts is Tiqets.com. Using code TIKATQ10 will give you 10% off your order on certain tickets.
There are many hotels and accommodation services that you can pick that are all near to the theme park. Unfortunately, these hotels and accommodation do not provide any discounted tickets or perks for when you go into the theme park.
Please keep in mind that the deals and websites that we have recommended in this article are subject to change. Deals and prices of tickets and typically change on a daily basis and this means that you may need to keep your eye out for deals to find the cheapest option. Don’t forget that we have a calculator on the Park Detail Page on our website that you can use to find further discounts. This tool can be used to ensure that you stay up to date with the newest information and deals on all theme parks. Lastly, the information stated in this article may be subject to change due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. We recommend that you check the official Warner Park calendar to make sure that the theme park is open on the days that you would like to go.