Are you planning to pay a visit to Alton Towers, this summer? Then you’ll be interested to know that you may be able to get into the theme park for free.
The Big 6 Challenge is offering visitors free entry and the Manchester Evening News (MEN) has reported that it’s not for the faint hearted.
You will have to brave the freefall plunge of TH13TEEN, the vertical drop of Oblivion, the twists, turns and corkscrews of Nemesis, the 14 loops of The Smiler and speeds of up to 100mph on Rita.
Virtual reality rollercoaster Galactica - previously Air - which completes the Big 6, is currently closed for maintenance but visitors can still complete the challenge by visiting the ride exit to get a special code.
Those who complete the challenge will earn a free ticket to return to Alton Towers on a weekday between September 6 and 30.
More information and the full terms and conditions are available on the app. Tickets to Alton Towers start from £32 for adults and £27.50 when bought online .
Packages including meal deals are also available from AttractionTix .