How many passes do I need?

Most of the organisations offering deals through Snowdonia Pass have their own terms and conditions. Here’s our guide to making sure you know what they are…

One of the questions we’re most likely to be asked is “how many passes do I need?”

Each member of Snowdonia Pass lists specific terms and conditions for the use of the pass at their business. Many of our restaurants and shops offer discounts off the total bill, and several of our attractions/activities offer discounts off the price of a family ticket meaning one pass should cover the whole family. However, some attractions (particularly those with capacity restrictions) only offer a discount for one person per pass. Our advice is to always check the full offer at the bottom of each ‘deal details’ page. If there are any special terms and conditions, this is where they’ll be.

example of Snowdonia Pass deal T&Cs

Some of our partners don’t publish any terms and conditions; in those cases, it’s safe to assume that one pass covers one person.

But most of our partners do specify not just the number of people covered by each pass, but also exactly what the pass can be used for or even the specific times the pass can be used.

At the time of writing, the following deals are all subject to special terms and conditions (e.g. number of people per pass, times the pass can be used, type of ticket that can be bought, and so on):

As you can see, this list does actually include the vast majority of our partners. Therefore, to avoid disappointment, please be sure to familiarise yourself with all terms and conditions before you attempt to use your Snowdonia Pass to bag yourself a great deal. And remember – if you have any questions about those terms and conditions, you can contact the partner using the contact details published at the top of the ‘deal details’ page.







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2 Responses to How many passes do I need?

  1. D Lee 19th September 2016 at 11:05 am #

    Nowhere does it make clear that with the Snowdonua Pass, Senior Citizens will actually be adked to pay MORE than they would have paid if they hadn’t bought the pass. So as well as paying £5 for the pass, you then pay MORE than the Senior rate at your chosen attraction. Fortunately the Llanberis Lake Railway have been able to see the absurdity of this and what a rip-off it is, and I think that they will now allow the discount for Seniors.

    • Jana Jones 22nd September 2016 at 11:47 am #

      Hello and thank you for your comment. We are very pleased to hear that Llanberis Lake Railway was so accommodating. The Terms of Use on our website clearly state that the Snowdonia Pass is “not valid in conjunction with any other offer, discount or seasonal promotion.” We apologise if these terms were misunderstood and we will look at amending our website to clarify this issue.

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