Save now for later family travel with Morey’s Piers’, located on the boardwalk in The Wildwoods, New Jersey, annual holiday sale. As temperatures chill and Santa comes to town, this “most wonderful sale of the season” will deliver thoughts of rollercoasters, waterslides, ocean waves and the best in boardwalk eats. Through Jan. 6, 2023, save 25 percent on Wild Passes, ticket cards, water park admission and more.
The Wild Pass allows for unlimited summer fun for $318.75, representing a savings of more than $100 from its normal retail value of $425. With the Wild Pass, purchasers receive one ride wristband per day, valid for rides on all three piers, and all-day access to Ocean Oasis Water Park and Beach Club and Raging Waters Water Park. Additional perks include discounted friend and family tickets, food and beverage discounts and more.
Opt for the Wild Water Park Pass, for water park admission only, discounted to $198.75 from $265. The pass includes one all-day water park wristband per day, and added extras like food and beverage discounts. With the Multi Visit Pass, holders receive four visits during the 2023 season, valid for a water park or pier wristband, plus 15 percent off food, beverage and retail. Regularly $210, the pass is $157.50 during the annual sale.
Individual tickets are on sale, as well. Individual water park admission is $50.25 per ticket, regularly $67. Flex passes run $86.25 per ticket, from $119.83. One guest can gain access to either the amusement piers or water parks when redeemed.
During the sale, consider these other stocking stuffer options:
- Winter Holiday Ticket Cards are discounted ride tickets that never expire. Purchase 80 for $69.05; packs of 160 and 300 are also available.
- With the Starlux Mini Golf Family 4 Pack, play 18 holes of mini golf for $51. All four players must be present and must play together.
- Midway Games 10 Pack delivers $50 in Morey’s Piers game play for just $40.
- The Tram Car Ticket Book includes 25 one-way tram rides for $75.
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