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Get into the Christmas spirit as LEGOLAND Windsor opens its doors especially for festive shoppers. The rides may be closed for the winter but the shops at The Beginning area of the park will be open so you can leave the hustle and bustle of the high street behind and take advantage of free entrance and parking.

FREE Annual Pass
As part of the seasonal celebrations youll receive a free Annual Pass* to the park when you spend £75 or more on LEGO toys and clothes.

*FULL Annual Pass when you spend £75 or more in one transaction. FULL Annual Pass can be upgraded into an Individual MERLIN Annual Pass for a supplement, during 2009 park operating calendar. Terms and conditions apply.
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#1
guv;3405033
Ta for that. Kids normally get loads of lego bionicles, so worth buying in one hit.

(Did this previously - though it was £100 spend before!)


same here when it was £50 spend
#2
Fab - I live round the corner from LegoLand.

tip for anyone reading this: pls walk to LegoLand - the road upto the Windsor roundabouts/main artery's get jammed up with all you tourists :lol:
#3
That would be a 180 mile walk for me!!!!!!!!!
#4
What's a MERLIN Annual Pass
#5
We have done this for many years now. They often have deals instore (ie. buy a batman set and get a smaller one half price etc). I have then sold my lego 'buy it now' on fleebay and therefore got my pass for almost nothing!
#6
How much will it be to upgrade to the Merlin Annual Pass ?

MERLIN Entertainment own Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Chessington etc (old Tussauds) attractions....
#7
WorKid
What's a MERLIN Annual Pass


A Merlin Pass gives you a years unlimited access to Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington, The london Eye, Madame tousauds, The aquariam, Warick Castle etc.
#8
tdaulerio
How much will it be to upgrade to the Merlin Annual Pass ?

MERLIN Entertainment own Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Chessington etc (old Tussauds) attractions....


Well it costs £125, so if they are saying LegoLand is usually £67 I'd guess at about £58 to upgrade :)
#9
tdaulerio
How much will it be to upgrade to the Merlin Annual Pass ?

MERLIN Entertainment own Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Chessington etc (old Tussauds) attractions....


I would guess upgrade would be about £50-£60 based on £125 price of Merlin pass.
banned#10
So do you have to actually travel to Legoland to buy the £75 worth of items?
Not possible over the phone or online no?
#11
Villa
So do you have to actually travel to Legoland to buy the £75 worth of items?
Not possible over the phone or online no?


They were doing the deal in the Bluewater store when I went there a few days ago. Only three stores in the UK, but chances are they'll all be doing it too :)

Had a look on their website and they don't advertise it at all. Also don't get it added to your cart if you put £75+ in it.
#12
robtallica;3405296
Fab - I live round the corner from LegoLand.

tip for anyone reading this: pls walk to LegoLand - the road upto the Windsor roundabouts/main artery's get jammed up with all you tourists :lol:


I find Royal Ascot week worse.
I dont mind familiy cars, but the limos on the relief road get my goat :evil:
jealous...moi?? :whistling:
#13
robtallica
Fab - I live round the corner from LegoLand.

tip for anyone reading this: pls walk to LegoLand - the road upto the Windsor roundabouts/main artery's get jammed up with all you tourists :lol:


Terrible place to get to. But you can enjoy the view of Windsor Castle while you wait in the queue.

Gets a bit samey into the second hour though.
#14
androoski

Gets a bit samey into the second hour though.


Maybe time to try another ride then !
#15
We did Legoland and Alton Towers this year - LL about once every 2 years - but this year will be the last. Kids too old, and the queues were horrendous. 90 mins average - we only did 5 rides. I was actually 1hr 47 mins.

Alton/Chessinton/Thorpe Park fine - Legoland thumbs down - though the posted deal is excellent :)

Heat added!!
#16
ps - missus tells me a fair few of the mums at school mentioned the queues out as well, so it wasn't just the day we went - plus my boss took her nieces and she found the same thing (though she thought it standard fare - she's not a regular there). I wrote to them and got some humdrum answer. As far as I am concerned they say they cant control queues, well yes they can - don't be so money grabbing and squeeze in the extra 30-40% extra customers in! Reduce the prices for Fast Track (more sales - more money - slightly longer waiting times for fast trackers...). Get rid of 16 year old dorks running the rides - they have no sense of organisation - nor do they give a hoot. Every few seconds saved or 3/4 extra people placed on a ride means cutting down on queues, but why would they give a monkeys! Another example of Rip Off Britain sadly. Worse in Credit crunching times...

Rant over (sorry...)
#17
On a good day it takes me 15 minutes to get to legoland :) On a bad day it take an hour and a half :( sometimes i pull of the windsor bypass and go shopping in Windor instead :) The kids dont mind as they have great fun, feeding the ducks, having a pizza and plus they get a to play with all the toys in Daniels
#18
hussaifa
ps - missus tells me a fair few of the mums at school mentioned the queues out as well, so it wasn't just the day we went - plus my boss took her nieces and she found the same thing (though she thought it standard fare - she's not a regular there). I wrote to them and got some humdrum answer. As far as I am concerned they say they cant control queues, well yes they can - don't be so money grabbing and squeeze in the extra 30-40% extra customers in! Reduce the prices for Fast Track (more sales - more money - slightly longer waiting times for fast trackers...). Get rid of 16 year old dorks running the rides - they have no sense of organisation - nor do they give a hoot. Every few seconds saved or 3/4 extra people placed on a ride means cutting down on queues, but why would they give a monkeys! Another example of Rip Off Britain sadly. Worse in Credit crunching times...

Rant over (sorry...)


I have been 5 times since I got my Merlin Card and only queued 40 minutes tops. 3 of the times the queues have been virtually non existent. True that 2 were during school time but one was even when it was Star Wars Fireworks (though the park did get very busy when it was actual fireworks).

It is difficult to say not to let too many people in. The ride they admit they have issues with is Jungle Coaster, not sure if that was the one you had the long queue on?
#19
fiyero
I have been 5 times since I got my Merlin Card and only queued 40 minutes tops. 3 of the times the queues have been virtually non existent. True that 2 were during school time but one was even when it was Star Wars Fireworks (though the park did get very busy when it was actual fireworks).

It is difficult to say not to let too many people in. The ride they admit they have issues with is Jungle Coaster, not sure if that was the one you had the long queue on?


Last time I went on Jungle Coaster the ride was down in the morning and they gave out pre-assigned tickets with time slots. It worked really well and queue time was obviously minimal. Why can't they do that for every ride? :whistling:
#20
wibble
Last time I went on Jungle Coaster the ride was down in the morning and they gave out pre-assigned tickets with time slots. It worked really well and queue time was obviously minimal. Why can't they do that for every ride? :whistling:


That only works if you only want one go, and don't end up with tickets at the same time for different rides.

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