The cost of a Tussauds Annual Pass has risen for the 2007 season.
The pass, which allows you to get into many Tussauds attractions including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and the London Eye, is usually subject to a price increase each year. Now, Tussauds have revealed this year's cost: £95 for an individual pass and £285 for a family pass.
This sees a £10 and £30 increase respectively compared to last year's prices.
Several years ago, a limit of 52 visits per pass was introduced to make sure people didn't abuse the system. This has now been dropped for 2007, presumably because it affected so few people.
Conversely, one of the benefits of the pass at the Alton Towers resort - discounted food and drink at the hotels - has been removed.
The renewal costs have also risen, by £5 and £15 respectively.
The good news for anybody considering buying a pass is that until February 11th, the cheaper 2006 prices will still be in force. And despite the price increases, the pass is still extremely good value for money.
For more information on the Tussauds Annual Pass, see our page in the Need2Know section.