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FREE Legoland Full Annual pass worth £65+ when you spend £75.00 in store

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Similar deal to last year. 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 a…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Similar deal to last year.

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 2010 park operating calendar. Terms and conditions apply.
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[mod]#1
I'm reading this as there is a store inside Legoland where you buy the toys, is that right? Or is it buying Lego Toys from any toy store in the UK
#2
you just beat me to it! great minds think a like ;-)

its inside the park ;-)
#3
Visit The Beginning area of the Park and take advantage of free entrance and parking. The LEGO Big Shop has one of the widest ranges of LEGO products in the UK so you can pick up this season’s ‘must have’ toys including the hugely popular LEGO Star Wars sets or one of the new LEGO Games sets which you can build, play and change. Children’s clothing store Funky Fashions also has a great selection of seasonal clothes by Kabooki and Animal.

After stocking up on those essential gifts, you can relax and enjoy some of the Park’s indoor attractions near The Beginning that’ll be open exclusively for Christmas shoppers. Rocket Racers, a much-missed LEGOLAND attraction, returned to the Park earlier this year so you can design your very own racing driver and car to your own specification before taking on the opposition in purpose-built racing pods. Inside the Imagination Theatre you can catch ‘Bob the Builder in 4-D: Bob the Builder and the Roller Coaster’. See children’s favourite Bob the Builder, along with Wendy and Spud, brought to life in front of your eyes thanks to the latest in 3-D glasses and in-theatre special effects.

Before heading home you can treat yourself to some delicious seasonal food and drink at the Harbourside Coffee Co. Express outlet. For little ones, there’s the chance to enter a Christmas colouring competition and write a letter to Santa. LEGOLAND is open for Christmas shopping from 10:00 – 17:00 on 13 – 15, 20 – 22 and 27 – 29 November and 4 – 6 December.

*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 2010 park operating calendar.
#4
We have done this many times (although we have moved on to Merlin passes after the half price deal posted here last year!) If you are lucky they have some deals on popular Lego (like Batman or Indiana Jones). Then sell the Lego on Ebay and you have some very cheap passes!
#5
loveabargain
We have done this many times (although we have moved on to Merlin passes after the half price deal posted here last year!) If you are lucky they have some deals on popular Lego (like Batman or Indiana Jones). Then sell the Lego on Ebay and you have some very cheap passes!


ha ha, good thinking I guess

think prices of lego are quite current with other stores, not too bad with the 10% off for pass holders too.

do you know when the pass is valid from? got ours on the bargain £10 lastminute deal in the summer so won't need passes for a while yet
banned#6
so this is just in the legoland store not in the LEGO stores (think they only have one in Brighton and Bluewater)
#7
so you spend like £18 getting in then £75 in store so £93 or you could just buy the pass for £65 then get 20% off instore of buy the annual from buyagift . com for £50 which they usually have or use you club card...points:oops:

and the supplment upto full merlin is nearly the same price again as we upgraded 4 lego passes upto 4 merlin and the upgrade was £320 so its not that cheap
#8
wanderer
so you spend like £18 getting in then £75 in store so £93 or you could just buy the pass for £65 then get 20% off instore of buy the annual from buyagift . com for £50 which they usually have or use you club card...points:oops:


Its free to get in on these days...

Did you read the link? http://www.legoland.co.uk/annual+Pass/annualpasshome/Christmas+Shopping.htm

Most of the rides will be closed, just the cinema, some restaurants and the shops.

Seems to be hotter than a hot thing to me. :)
#9
i went there in August - got a great deal - 2 nights in the Sheraton Skyline ( oppostie heathrow ) and two days in the park for family of 4 for £220.... had a great time!
- as for the store - it's amazing - they actually have a "pic-n-mix" lego wall.. my son thought they were sweets lol and every type of lego you could imagine (obviously)
#10
Hmmnnn....not so hot for me. Considering Legoland is supposed to be aimed at little kids, I took my son there two days before his 7th birthday and he thought the place was rather babyish, and he doesn't even like scary rides, which is saying something! We'd heard quite a few bad reviews of the place on sites like this but chose to make our own judgement. Would have been better off going to Chessington or Thorpe Park in heinsight.
#11
Taksim_Red
. Would have been better off going to Chessington or Thorpe Park in [COLOR="Red"]heins[/COLOR]ight.


Have you not Beans there already?
#12
We buy annual passes every year and get lots of use out of them. It's a brilliant family day out and we always have a fantastic time. It doesn't matter how many times we've been, our kids never get bored of it. Can't wait until fireworks night, it's always amazing! I usually save my Tesco vouchers for passes, but might consider waiting until after buying up some Lego - my youngest loves the stuff. Hot deal!
#13
davidg_croydon
Its free to get in on these days...

Did you read the link? http://www.legoland.co.uk/annual+Pass/annualpasshome/Christmas+Shopping.htm

Most of the rides will be closed, just the cinema, some restaurants and the shops.

Seems to be hotter than a hot thing to me. :)


ah thats not too bad then nice find
#14
i've been twice and it is one of the worst theme parks i have ever been to.
#15
buju247
i've been twice and it is one of the worst theme parks i have ever been to.


Seconded...nowhere else in the world would you have people paying £30+ for a ticket to see some low pixel count resolution models of 'cities of the world' - also without a doubt, they have the worst queing system in the world - everyone who's paid a tenner more than you for one of Legoland's electronic queue jumping devices, will get massively on yer titas

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