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Adults now cost £49.50
kids/OAPs cost just £37.50

This is a mega saving and well worth the annual pass at this price

Looking for the perfect gift for someone who has everything? Then why not treat them to 12 months of unlimited fun and adventure with a LEGOLAND Annual Pass. Annual Passes are a unique gift for anyone of any age and are suitable for all occasions especially birthdays and Christmas.

The pass prices have increased by 10% from January 1st it seems
Adults not cost £55
Kids £42.50

Still a good saving on full price.
- charlesb224
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Hate the place.

Getting too. Parking. Eating. Queuing. Pay for pictures. Etc etc.

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13 Likes #1
Hate the place.

Getting too. Parking. Eating. Queuing. Pay for pictures. Etc etc.
3 Likes #2
Worst theme park ever. No heat.
3 Likes #3
Well I personally think its a great place for kids, heat added for the deal price! :)
#4
HOT.....................
1 Like #5
Love it there, personally think the Tesco clubcard deals are the best way to get the full Merlin pass.
#6
Hot Hot Hot! Great price!
I was going to use my gadzillion Nectar points, prib still will, but this is a great price!
2 Likes #7
garbage456
Hate the place.

Getting too. Parking. Eating. Queuing. Pay for pictures. Etc etc.

Great price, just a pity it's for such a crap place
#8
nicceeee
#9
In late December / early Jan last year they did a similar offer for Merlin passes. Might be worth while waiting if you wish to visit some of their other theme parks / attractions.
#10
RufusA
In late December / early Jan last year they did a similar offer for Merlin passes. Might be worth while waiting if you wish to visit some of their other theme parks / attractions.

Indeed been a January sale the last few years IIRC.
#11
Sounds a good deal!
1 Like #12
garbage456
Hate the place.

Getting too. Parking. Eating. Queuing. Pay for pictures. Etc etc.

You should have mentioned Q-Bot. I know that it comes under queuing but it deserves to be mentioned on its own.

Edited By: MKICampaign on Dec 12, 2012 16:56: Typo.
2 Likes #13
Been once, never again! You couldn't pay me to return!!!
#14
Think it's absolutely brilliant for younger children, heatX)
#15
We have had some great days out here, but now the kids are a bit older and we are going to Chessington or Thorpe Park. If they were younger I'd be very tempted right now.
2 Likes #16
This place has an annual pass?!?! Why on earth would one want to return to this theme park more than once a year?
1 Like #17
We had passes a few years ago when most of my kids were younger (4 of them). We live quite close so during summer just went for picnics and to go on slower rides that don't have long queues. Kept us entertained all summer. Heat added.
#18
We've had a Merlin pass for the last couple of years. The kids love Legoland, but I prefer Chessington as at least you can do the Zoo when its really busy to have a break from the queuing.

Last few times we went to Legoland it was always heaving, and I have never been to a theme park that is so slow to load an operate the rides

Don't think we will renew next year, but if you just want to go to Legoland then this is a good deal.

Also worth remembering that you do get a few extras by having a pass such as 20% off all the food and drink and 10% off in the shops. Makes the food prices almost bearable
1 Like #19
Dunno why the hate from stupid people. Why buy the food only stupid people buy food at theme parks...and then complain

Place is ok though havent been for years

Easy to get to as fairly near

Easy to get to and from if you know where you are going
#20
HOT- I have been looking for a good deal as a Christmas present for my two nephews who LOVE Legoland, Thanks!
1 Like #21
We have premier cards as family and we were refused entry on bonfire night because we didn't reserve in advance by paying extra £5 per person. Even though I called in advance, waited hour in the queue, not accepted in. My daughter was so disappointed and cried. Since then, I hate that place. Our cards are valid until june, but don't think ever want to o there again, ridiculous
#22
Thanks OP! my 2yr old loves this place and even with the 2 for 1 deals knocking around this is still a great deal
#23
is this still valid - going to the main legoland site all I see is their 'premium' annual pass and its more expensive than this - the T&Cs state that the standard annual pass has been discontinued.
#24
link still works but I am also confused to if this will give the premium pass
#25
it is a premium pass as I just got it :)
#26
Nice price if your close to the park
1 Like #27
royals
Dunno why the hate from stupid people. Why buy the food only stupid people buy food at theme parks...and then complain

Place is ok though havent been for years

Easy to get to as fairly near

Easy to get to and from if you know where you are going

Surely this is dependant on where you live and your chosen method of transport?

Edited By: SpoonyBoy on Jan 02, 2013 17:05
1 Like #28
ozgur
We have premier cards as family and we were refused entry on bonfire night because we didn't reserve in advance by paying extra £5 per person. Even though I called in advance, waited hour in the queue, not accepted in. My daughter was so disappointed and cried. Since then, I hate that place. Our cards are valid until june, but don't think ever want to o there again, ridiculous
What time did you get there? We went both Saturdays, around 2pm and got in without 'reserving'. If you left it till past 3pm then thats the problem.
#29
Hot for me
#30
Why not pay the extra amount to get the £74 Merlin annual Family pass that includes Legoland, Chessington, Thorpe Park etc?
#31
Can't use that one during school holidays
1 Like #32
charlesb224
Can't use that one during school holidays

yep all the small print,

new ones dont include car park as well.

a complete rip off.
#33
Huge queues, screaming kids - lovely day out NOT
1 Like #34
It just depends when you go. Obviously if you go at peak times there are going to be queues and you're not going to be able to park right outside the gates, the same as any other theme park. No one forces you to buy the photos and you can obviously take your own food.

We go 10+ times a year, including fireworks nights and the annual passes are a bargain, its a cheap day out if you bring your own food.
#35
Had a great time last year. Just puchased for this year. Thanks OP.
#36
what age would enjoy this park ?

my brother is 11, or is he too old?
#37
The 12 month validity period of the voucher will only start from the day that the recipient comes to the Park for the first time. This ticket can only be used once between 15 March 2013 - 4 November 2013, subject to the Resort operating calendar.


Found this when i clicked on more information ( after adding the tickets)

Any idea what it actually means? Im worried about the second sentence, will they only let us visit once between march and nov??
#38
What it means is that theywill give you a voucher code when you book which you take to guest services and they will exchange for your annual pass once. BE WARNED, you must take everyone you bought passes for with you as the passes are photo IDs. You can't send someone just to pickup the passes.
#39
Io07
The 12 month validity period of the voucher will only start from the day that the recipient comes to the Park for the first time. This ticket can only be used once between 15 March 2013 - 4 November 2013, subject to the Resort operating calendar.


Found this when i clicked on more information ( after adding the tickets)

Any idea what it actually means? Im worried about the second sentence, will they only let us visit once between march and nov??

It means that the pass is valid for 12 months from its first usage which must be in the dates mentioned.
1 Like #40
Coolio1988
what age would enjoy this park ?

my brother is 11, or is he too old?

I would think 10-11 is at the top end age wise for legoland after which they would start to become a bit bored, depends what sort of places he's been to before though.

Heat added op.
Other option if you have enough points is to use tesco clubcard vouchers.
For people who haven't been before there is a supermarket not too far away, where you could buy sandwiches etc if you didn't want to buy food inside the park.

Edited By: eande2 on Jan 02, 2013 19:15

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