Plopsaland lowers prices of food and drinks after criticism

Published on 30 July 2023 at 12:47

While many theme parks tend to raise their prices during the summer season, Plopsaland De Panne in Belgium is offering a price reductions. This summer, visitors can enjoy their favorite snacks and drinks at much friendlier prices, thanks to the park's new management under Studio 100, the parent company of the Plopsa Group. Embracing a customer-focused strategy, Plopsaland De Panne is now offering a delightful culinary experience without breaking the bank.


Under the new management, Plopsaland De Panne has made significant adjustments to its food and beverage pricing, ensuring a more enjoyable and affordable experience for visitors. Let's explore some of the mouthwatering offerings that have become more budget-friendly. Snackbar De Spiegeltent and the K3 Kitchen now offer a tasty menu with bitterballen, including fries and a soft drink, for just 9.99 euros instead of the previous 13.50 euros. A menu featuring kipnuggets now costs 10.99 euros, down from 13.50 euros. Cola, sinas, and ijsthee (iced tea) are now available for 3.99 euros, reduced from 4.99 euros. A 50-centiliter bottle of water is now priced at 3.50 euros, down from the previous 4.50 euros.


      There were a lot of complaints about the prices at the Parc. This was extravagated when the owner of the parts complained about prices on holiday in his real life soap. The complaints now seem to have reached the management.

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