When traveling, it is always nice to save a few dollars and take advantage of discounted tickets or special promotions.
In the following, we would like to share two special exclusive summer promotions for Ocean Park Hong Kong.
1.) Hong Kong’s 7-Eleven x Ocean Park “After-Noon” Ticket Discount Promotion
Hong Kong’s convenience store chain 7-11 launched an exclusive Ocean Park summer promotion. From May 21 to June 30, 2014 Ocean Park fans can save up to 25% on the regular ticket prices when they purchase tickets from 7-11 and enter the theme park after 12:00pm (noon).
Discounted adult Ocean Park tickets are available for HK$ 240 (instead of HK$ 320) and HK$ 120 (instead of HK$ 160) for kids aged 3-11 years.
Sales period for these special discounted Ocean Park tickets is during May 21st – June 17th, 2014.
The special discounted 7-Eleven x Ocean Park “After-Noon” tickets can be used during May 21st – June 30th, 2014 and are only available through Hong Kong’s 7-11 convenience stores.
2.) Ocean Park “Take a Photo of me” Penguin Promotion
Ocean Park launched another exclusive summer promotion named “Take a Photo of me and get 10% off”.
The Ocean Park “Take a Photo of me and get 10% off” Penguin Promotion has not been communicated through the usually media channels and is only known if you are in Hong Kong.
Located inside the Star Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui (paid area) is a special Ocean Park commercial. Simply take a photo of the cute little penguin of the Ocean Park commercial and present the photo at the Ocean Park ticket office to enjoy a 10% instant discount on admission (please note: maximum of 4 tickets per person).
The Ocean Park “Take a Photo of me and get 10% off” Penguin Promotion is available until June 30, 2014.
We save you the hassle and worries on how to find this special Ocean Park commercial. Simply use the picture to enjoy the discount. Feel free to spread the word and share with your friends.
Last but not least, we would like to point out the Hong Kong “Fun Deals Promotion 2014” where you save up to 10% on Hong Kong’s most popular attractions.