HK$88 limited-time offer in March to purchase Ocean Park tickets or other products at only HK$88

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24th February 2021 – (Hong Kong) Ocean Park reopened last Thursday (18th) and the park announced today (24th) that they will launch a HK$88 limited-time purchase offer on 1st March 2021. Hong Kong residents can also enjoy a discount on “Unlimited Entry Pass”. In addition, due to the epidemic, the ‘Gala of Nights’  360-degree water-based multimedia shows and exciting interactive installations which was suspended last year will also resume on weekends and public holidays in the evening of next month and April.

According to the Park, visitors can log into its website at 4pm from 1st to 11th of next month to purchase park tickets, gourmet food packages, game vouchers and specialty products for HK$88. The most valuable gift is the Ocean Park Panda mascot diamond pendant worth HK$8,000. There are also more than 5,000 promotional items for grab.

The park will then launch another final offer at 4pm on the 11th of next month. The public can buy a two-day and one-night stay at the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel at a discounted price of HK$188 including buffet breakfast and Ocean Park admission tickets (original price HK$3,600). Only 10 offers are available on first come first served basis, while stocks last. In addition, Ocean Park will launch a limited “Unlimited Entry Pass” discount for Hong Kong residents from 1st to May 31st of next month. Adults and children can both get 20% off, namely HK$400 and HK$200 purchase “Unlimited Entry Pass”.

 The Park will continue to put in place a series of strict precautionary measures to safeguard the health and safety of our visitors, staff and animals.

To comply with the Hong Kong Government’s latest anti-pandemic guidelines, the following new measures will be implemented:
(1)    All visitors, except those exempted*, are required to make online reservations prior to their visits, and provide the Park with their names and phone numbers.
(2)    Visitors exempted from online reservations are required to scan the LeaveHomeSafe QR code or to register their names, contact numbers and visiting date and time, upon entry.

The system will release booking quota for the next 14 days at 5pm every day for visitors to make online reservations for normal tickets. Upon successful registration, visitors will get instant confirmation with a reservation QR code on-screen, followed by an email notification. Visitors need to present the reservation QR code together with their admission tickets or passes for entry to the Park

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