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1 Adult + 1 Child - £15.00 @ Legoland

£15.00 @ LegoLand
Legoland has this offer of 1 adult and 1 child under 6 for 15 pounds. The tickets that you print neither mentions adult or child or the age of child allowed !!! We visited yesterday and noticed that t… Read More
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Legoland has this offer of 1 adult and 1 child under 6 for 15 pounds. The tickets that you print neither mentions adult or child or the age of child allowed !!! We visited yesterday and noticed that there was no one to check as you need to go to turnstiles straight away and scan the tickets yourself so there is no checking done. The catch is to go only on weekdays allowed during term time. Offer is not valid on weekends. Check for the dates on the legoland website.

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#1
Having spent a small fortune at chesington recently, this is just the offer I need. Cheers
1 Like #2
Adult (16 years +) & Preschooler (3-5 years)

Our Price £12.50 VAT = £2.50 YOU PAY = £15.00

Children under 3 go FREE!

*Terms and Conditions
1. Validity lmited to the following dates: April (1, 4-8, 26-28), May (5-6, 9, 12-13, 16-20, 23-27), June (6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-30), July (1, 4-8, 11-15,18-22), September (5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26, 29-30), October (3, 6-7, 10, 13-14, 17, 20-21, 31). Please confirm opening dates and times in advance ofyour visit.
2. This voucher entitles 1 adult (16 years and over) and 1 preschooler (aged 3-5 years) entry to LEGOLAND Windsor on the dates stated above for £15.00 (incl. VAT)
3. Voucher must be presented upon entrance and surrendered at the ticketbooth.
4. Entrance for children under three years of age is free.
5. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, 2 Day Pass, Annual or Family Passes, group booking, advanced booking, on-line tickets or rail inclusive offers.
6. Height, age and weight restrictions apply on some rides.
7. Guests under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 16 or over.
8. This voucher is not for re-sale, is non-refundable and non-transferable.
9. LEGOLAND® Windsor reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to refuse entry and to close and/or alter all or any part of the facilities including closure of rides and/or attractions for technical, operational, health and safety or other reasons including over
1 Like #3
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

http://www.playpennies.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_playpennies.png
#4
thanks
#5
Good Deal !
#6
Shame it is only for weekdays, but saying that, weekdays are normally the quietest
#7
Could this ticket be used with a 2for1 voucher or do you have to purchase your tickets on the door with 2for1s?

Very good deal regardless, might have to take the little one - thanks OP!

Edited By: seenoevil on Jun 10, 2011 09:58
#8
Has been posted a number of times before. Apparently is is cheaper to do this deal even with an under 3 as the price is cheaper than an individual adult ticket.
#9
hillsbills
Has been posted a number of times before. Apparently is is cheaper to do this deal even with an under 3 as the price is cheaper than an individual adult ticket.


I was looking for deals for legoland and found a similar post but it stated expired so i posted again for those who might miss out on the offer thinking it to be expired. and yes, it definitely turns out cheaper even if you have an under 3 with you.
#10
seenoevil
Could this ticket be used with a 2for1 voucher or do you have to purchase your tickets on the door with 2for1s?

Very good deal regardless, might have to take the little one - thanks OP!

This offer cannot be used with any other offer. You are getting 2 tickets for 15 pounds anyway.
#11
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays unnecessary.

voted hot for the deal

Edited By: nopay on Jun 10, 2011 10:19
#12
OP - you are saying that there is nothing to stop 2 adults going in on this ticket?

I'm sure when scanned, the turnstile will indicate a child tkt, which could be subject to a spot-check.
1 Like #13
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays in-necessaries

voted hot for the deal


You have to pay for Parking now?? Scandalous considering that it would cost me a £100+ to take my family, and most of us wouldnt even be using any of the rides, just going there to be with the children!
#14
Very good deal. My little boy is 6 but could pass as 4 so a great deal for me!
#15
Gollywood
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays in-necessaries

voted hot for the deal


You have to pay for Parking now?? Scandalous considering that it would cost me a £100+ to take my family, and most of us wouldnt even be using any of the rides, just going there to be with the children!



Yes, you do have to pay now, like any other themes park in UK
#16
Gollywood
OP - you are saying that there is nothing to stop 2 adults going in on this ticket?

I'm sure when scanned, the turnstile will indicate a child tkt, which could be subject to a spot-check.

Well, we were 4 of us. 2 adults and two children and all the tickets were same. so we just took 1 each and scanned. my 3 old was in push chair and i did not even need to scan for her. i just passed the stroller through the stroller gate with her sitting in it and didnt even need to scan for her.
#17
Tesco are doing special offer club card tickets for £8.50 in tokens, use any time until the 21st July, that cost me £34 in tokens for us four, not as good of a deal but I wanted to do a weekend.
1 Like #18
GingerDi
Very good deal. My little boy is 6 but could pass as 4 so a great deal for me!

under 3 is free and children under 6 are allowed in this offer but like i said no one checks, even an 8 year old could go. from what i saw even 2 adults could go on a lucky day as no one was checking but i am not sure if they were doing some checks which i overlooked.
#19
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays unnecessary.

voted hot for the deal

yea, the parking charge is ridiculous and more annoying was that the premium parking hardly had 20 cars and the rest of it was vacant. it was a quiet day yesterday so we didnt face any que or delays.
#20
thanks, great price[i][/i]

Edited By: superstar2020 on Jun 10, 2011 10:38
#21
what about the train? Is it easy to get to that way?
1 Like #22
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays unnecessary.

voted hot for the deal


Damn. How much is it to park there ?
Should be free seeing as though they make a fortune on the gate prices.
There was a hole in the fence a few years back. I know a family of 4 that got in that way !
1 Like #23
gchild
Having spent a small fortune at chesington recently, this is just the offer I need. Cheers


Chessington do the same deal - it's £13.50 for an adult and a pre-schooler, midweek, term time:

http://www.chessington.com/tickets/tickets.aspx?tabnum=2
#24
MrsH
gchild
Having spent a small fortune at chesington recently, this is just the offer I need. Cheers



Chessington do the same deal - it's £13.50 for an adult and a pre-schooler, midweek, term time:

http://www.chessington.com/tickets/tickets.aspx?tabnum=2

Hey thanks !!! I was planning a trip there. You should post this on HUKD
#25
KongDonkey

Damn. How much is it to park there ?
Should be free seeing as though they make a fortune on the gate prices.
There was a hole in the fence a few years back. I know a family of 4 that got in that way !


£2/car I think - we have a premium Merlin pass so it is free. If you go regularly Merlin cards are bargain as you can get via Clubcard points. Takes us 2 years to save up enough and after 1 year we need a year rest anyway. Only need 1 premium for free parking, the rest can be standard Merlin passes.
#26
I used this too last week on a non pupil day after finding it on here, great deal. I then used a 241 for my huband and son to get in but had to do them seperately.
#27
hannah19790
I used this too last week on a non pupil day after finding it on here, great deal. I then used a 241 for my huband and son to get in but had to do them seperately.


Where did you get the 2 for 1 please?
#28
we went last month on this deal me my husband my 6 year old and my 2 year old had a fantastic time tempted to buy another ticket :)
1 Like #29
nopay
Gollywood
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays in-necessaries

voted hot for the deal


You have to pay for Parking now?? Scandalous considering that it would cost me a £100+ to take my family, and most of us wouldnt even be using any of the rides, just going there to be with the children!



Yes, you do have to pay now, like any other themes park in UK


Any parks run by the Merlin Group....a bunch of crooks if you ask me.
There is a coffee stall just before the entrance to Legoland, a sausage roll in there is £4.25!!!!!!
#30
KongDonkey
nopay
Great price,

they have a stupid parking charge system tho, (run by idiots)

they should have a pay and display instead of paying when you are leaving / which caused a long delays unnecessary.

voted hot for the deal


Damn. How much is it to park there ?
Should be free seeing as though they make a fortune on the gate prices.
There was a hole in the fence a few years back. I know a family of 4 that got in that way !


Its £2 at the moment same as Thorpe Park and Chessington.Alton Towers is £6!!
2 Likes #31
I hear that the rides at Legoverland are better.
1 Like #32
I would simply refuse to go to any of these theme parks that charge for parking in addition to their already extortionate entrance fees.

Just been to West Mids Safari Park & there was NO charge for their car park!
2 Likes #33
Gollywood
I would simply refuse to go to any of these theme parks that charge for parking in addition to their already extortionate entrance fees.

Just been to West Mids Safari Park & there was NO charge for their car park!

was it nice?
#34
Zainee, I'm not being funny but why would two adults want to go?! Maybe I'm getting to old and boring. RE parking - if you have an expired annual pass you can flash that at them and hope for the best, worked for me
#35
I thought the way all were saying about parking that it was going to be more than £2 and with regards to food - we always bring our own. This is perfect as a teacher training day on the 4th July and have a 3 year old and a 5 year old, so it will be cheaper than an indoor play.
#36
martinelsen
Gollywood
I would simply refuse to go to any of these theme parks that charge for parking in addition to their already extortionate entrance fees.

Just been to West Mids Safari Park & there was NO charge for their car park!


was it nice?


Brilliant day for all of us - happy to pay for the safari element, and then onto their theme park/rides area - free parking, and you only pay if you go on the rides, unlike Legoland & all the others.

And they give you a free ticket for all of us to return, which we will use up next month.

A great day out!
#37
You can pay for car parking on the way in... you don't have to wait and queue up when everyone's trying to leave.
1 Like #38
what is happening to this country!!!!! They are charging for parking.....sod it, i'm not going there!! takes us 3 hours to get there, petrol = £100, food = £60, paying to get in £100, and if you are lucky you get to ride on three rides.. You spend most of your time in a big line waiting to get on the rides, while the rich have them Q-Bot....
#39
tubster
Zainee, I'm not being funny but why would two adults want to go?! Maybe I'm getting to old and boring. RE parking - if you have an expired annual pass you can flash that at them and hope for the best, worked for me

Well you do have a point :)
#40
benjus
You can pay for car parking on the way in... you don't have to wait and queue up when everyone's trying to leave.

yea. thats what we did and didnt have to face any que

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