Coral Island, Blackpool’s seafront pirate-themed family entertainment centre, has welcomed the 2023 season with a dazzling rebrand of its long-standing Kids Eat Free promotion.
The refresh uses neon light-style graphics – soon to be seen all along the resort’s famous Golden Mile as well as on TV ads in the local, regional and Scotland areas.
The Kids Eat Free promotion gives children aged under 10 a free kids’ meal ‘all day every day’ with each paid adult’s meal. The offer is available at the amusement arcade’s four participating restaurants, including The Buccaneer Family Bar & Restaurant, Peggy’s Snack Bar, and the award-winning Big Fish Trading Co. and Traditional Chippy.
Striking New Redesign
The rebranding now features a striking neon sign-style design, on the familiar yellow background, with the ‘Kids Eat Free’ lettering boldly standing out amongst other neon light-inspired images, such as burgers and hotdogs and the iconic Blackpool Tower, celebrating Coral Island’s long-standing presence on the Promenade.
Coral Island’s managing director, Jeff MacNamara, said: “We’re very proud of our Kids Eat Free brand, which has been providing value for money for families visiting Blackpool and Coral Island for many years, especially during the current cost of living crisis. With the summer season here with us in Blackpool, it’s good to know families can have a fantastic day out at Coral Island, even when on a tight budget.
“We’re incredibly excited to launch the new Kids Eat Free design, and the flashing neon light effect is representative of what makes Blackpool great, with the world-famous Illuminations and the excitement of the arcades. We can’t wait for everyone to see them!”
Great Savings For Families
There are no vouchers required for the promotion, simply keep an eye out for the striking new posters and stickers in each of Coral Island’s participating restaurants. Not only is it available all day, every day, but there’s no limit to how many times the Kids Eat Free offer can be redeemed, so families are free to dine from breakfast right through to dinner and make great savings.
Peggy’s Snack Bar opens in time for breakfast with a full counter service, and a family of four can set themselves up for the day for as little as £13.90 with the Kids Eat Free offer. The offer also includes the Three Meat carvery served every Sunday from noon at The Buccaneer, a pirate-themed bar and restaurant inside Coral Island.
Tap To Play With New Contactless Play Cards
The popular family entertainment centre has also recently launched its brand-new, state-of-the-art Coral Island Play Cards, which can be loaded with credit to use as contactless with most of the arcade and ticket games in Coral Island, saving the trouble of carrying pots of change around – except, of course, the traditional seaside penny pushers, which will always want your two penny pieces!
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About Coral Island
Coral Island has been a popular free-entry attraction on Blackpool Promenade and has entertained generations of families since 1978. With everything from traditional seaside games such as the penny pushers, carnival-style games such as ‘Down The Clown’, and the ubiquitous soft toy crane grabber machines, there are also the latest video arcade games and ticket machines.
The attraction, found right in the centre of Blackpool on the Promenade, a short stroll from the iconic Blackpool Tower, also features a Ghost Train ride, and the Pirate Flyer monorail, taking young pirates high above the crowds of Coral Island in their own miniature pirate ship. There’s also the Prize Shop, the biggest and best in Blackpool, where guests can exchange tickets won from the games for a huge range of gifts and souvenirs.