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Center Parcs Day Passes

Center Parcs Day Passes

At Center Parcs, local family and friends are welcome to join you on your break – all you need to do is pre-book their special Visitor Passes. But are they worth it? What are other peoples thoughts on day passes and how much do Center Parcs day passes cost.

How much do Center Parcs day passes cost?

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You can pay to be day guests of friends/family staying at center parcs. The current weekend prices for Center Parcs day passes (as at 17th June 2019) are adults £35, children £25.

Tips to get around Center Parcs day pass cost!

If you’ve got spare beds in the lodge, put them down as a guests for the week/weekend and then you won’t have to pay for that person. If you don’t have the spare beds, then you’ll either have to meet your friends and family off site or pay the fees.

How long are Center Parcs day passes valid for?

Center Parcs day passes are valid from 10am to midnight 

Can anyone buy a Center Parcs day pass?

No, not anyone can buy a Center Parcs day pass, you can only buy them if you have friends or family staying on site and you can attach them to an accommodation booking. There are also limited spaces available. If booking the group of four option there must be at least one adult over the age of 18 in the party.

Can you bring animals into Center Parcs when using a day pass?

No – animals are not allowed to be brought into the village when using a day pass.

Why would you buy a Center Parcs day pass?

So you can join friends and family in the activities and adventures during the day – if you’re intending to all use the swimming pool for most of the day this can be worth doing.

Are Center Parcs day passes popular?

Center Parcs day passes are not popular with everyone. Tripadvisor has numerous reviews like this one, with people complaining about how they bump up the number of people on site.


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