Repeating the success: Fårup Sommerland puts cheap tickets on sale

by Megan McPhee Christensen

Fårup Sommerland will once again put 20,000 Green Fårup tickets up for grabs this year, each for a significantly reduced price and specifically targeted toward guests from North Jutland.

The cheap admission is a repeat of last year’s success where a massive North Jutland crowd chose to utilize the great deal and rediscover Fårup Sommerland.

Fårup Sommerland will therefore be offering these 20,000 cheap tickets again over the coming months, and thereby give thrill-seeking Danes the opportunity to visit the amusement park at a reduced rate.

The link to the “green” tickets is right here

Looking for new guests

Fårup Sommerland hopes that this initiative will convince crowds to come and rediscover the park. Last year, they experienced an influx of guests from North Jutland that otherwise hadn’t visited Fårup in several years.

“It was really wonderful to experience how North Jutland residents who hadn’t been to Fårup Sommerland for many years, suddenly streamed in.

It turned out to be a really good idea to introduce the cheaper tickets and season passes because it captured the attention of many from North Jutland who rediscovered Fårup Sommerland and found out that a lot has happened here over the past many summers,” Niels Jørgen, director of Fårup Sommerland, explains.

He continues, “Of course, all guests have the possibility to buy these cheaper tickets on a first-come-first-served basis, but we especially hope that they will appeal to those in the North Jutland region that haven’t been here in a long while.”

With the cheap tickets, you can save up to 140 kr per ticket and they’re sold on a first-come-first-served basis from Thursday May 6 at 09:00 am.

To get a hold of the Green Fårup tickets, you will thus need to be on time as the first to buy gets the lowest price, starting at just 150 kr. per ticket. The tickets must be bought in advance and can be purchased through Fårup Sommerlands homepage.

Fårup Sommerland

Cheap tickets to supplement a good 2021 season start

Fårup Sommerland has, in the lead up to the 2021-season, sold 10 percent more season cards compared to a normal season and, after several months of intensive preparations, were finally able to open the park for season pass holders and other guests on Store Bededag, April 30.

And it was exactly the season start that Fårup Sommerland had hoped for.

“We have been looking forward to the new season with great excitement and we have really been looking forward to welcoming guests back again.

Fortunately, the joy of expectation has been reciprocated by our guests and we have had really nice visitor counts since reopening on April 30,” Niels Jørgen Jensen says.

Photo: Torben Hansen

This wasn’t quite the experience last year where corona-restrictions coupled with unpredictable summer weather and a late summer package from the government which granted cheap ticket prices to other cultural attractions meant that many guests opted to stay away.

That was exactly why cheap tickets and season passes were introduced last year, as Fårup Sommerland’s own version of a summer package to the people of North Jutland and beyond.

“In Fårup Sommerland, we are deeply dependent on our guests from North Jutland. That applies to both those who return year after year and those that haven’t been here in many years.

We are certain that the reduced price of tickets will again help to increase interest among those from North Jutland who want to come and visit the park in the coming months,” the Fårup Sommerland director says.

Heaps of new attractions in 2021

There are many good reasons to visit Fårup Sommerland this season.

The park is, among other things, opening a whole new attraction called “Skovturen”, which is aimed at Fårup Sommerland’s youngest and oldest guests.

All guests visiting Fårup Sommerland over 15 years need to be able to show a valid corona-passport. A valid passport entails showing either a negative corona test (rapid test or PCR) that’s a maximum of 72 hours old, proof that you’ve recovered from a Covid-19 infection or have finished the vaccination program.