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LEGOLAND £15 Adults £10.00 children

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Sorry folks - the site was playing up - so for the 3rd time: LEGOLAND £15 Adults £10 children £15 entry for one adult and £10 entry for upto 2 children. Normally it costs £36 Adult and £… Read More
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Sorry folks - the site was playing up - so for the 3rd time:

LEGOLAND £15 Adults £10 children

£15 entry for one adult and £10 entry for upto 2 children.

Normally it costs £36 Adult and £27 Child at the gate.

Selected Dates only - school term time (frankly - after my experience, I would never go weekends/holidays anyway - far too busy and can't go on a lot of the rides).

Print off as many vouchers as you want for the size of your family:

http://www.legoland.co.uk/NR/rdonlyres/0742E144-ECF7-416A-BD41-A77BA4DF7E0F/0/PANDT3.JPG

Last time we visited, it cost over £100 for 5 of us - and that was with a voucher and one under 3!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks to MSE site for this (prettypoppyknickers)
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#1
Sorry the go to deal link doesn't work - site is playing up!!!!!!!!!!!!

Goto: http://www.legoland.co.uk/NR/rdonlyres/0742E144-ECF7-416A-BD41-A77BA4DF7E0F/0/PANDT3.JPG

Does now - thanks to admin :)
[mod]#2
mrspatch
Sorry the go to deal link doesn't work - site is playing up!!!!!!!!!!!!

Goto: http://www.legoland.co.uk/NR/rdonlyres/0742E144-ECF7-416A-BD41-A77BA4DF7E0F/0/PANDT3.JPG


Broken Duplicates removed & your direct deal link has now be added, thanks :thumbsup:
#3
sigma
Broken Duplicates removed & your direct deal link has now be added, thanks :thumbsup:


Thanks for that :whistling:
#4
Good find, thanks.
#5
No probs - frankly, I was so horrified by the cost when we went - one of the 5 we took who was 4 - I said was under 3!!!!!!!!!!! She is rather small. I had to put her hair into a high ponytail to get onto a couple of little rides :thumbsup:

I really was flabbergasted by the cost :x
#6
Hasn't anyone got any funny retorts :)
#7
Thanks mrspatch, great find! Anyone have any vouchers for chessington?
#8
vinylandtrinkets
thanks op, i also thought the entrance price was ridiculous when we went, we stood in a line for a car ride for over 2 hours to be told there was another 3 hour wait due to H & S issue with the weight of the passengers! this time we are going during school term to avoid the cues.


Ha Ha - we queued up for a rollercoaster (me and my eldest) to be told that it was ticket only because it was so busy that day. Fine if you have paid peanuts, but not with petrol, food and ticket cost :x

I swore never to go there again until all my kids are older and could go on all the rides during term time.

But for this price - we will go again and take the day off school :whistling:
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Thanks for the reps :thumbsup:
#10
I was planning on going to Legoland Windsor with my 3 kids but after hearing all but negative reports I'm now not going to bother. I keep hearing reports of how stupidly overpriced it is, how dirty it is and how long the queues are :(

What's the actual park like though once you're in there? Is it worth paying all that money especially if you have kids that love playing with Lego?

My youngest is mad on the Star Wars Lego and wondered if anyone knows if there's any Star Wars Lego based stuff there?
#11
The shop at Legoland is way overpriced you can get cheaper starwars sets from other sources.All sets are normally discounted from normal retailers throughout the year. I would stay clear of legoland it is a rip off unless you get cheap tickets and take your own food and drink.
#12
For the price through this offer - I think it is good. Kids loved it - but you do have to bear in mind their ages for certain rides.

They all wanted to go to Legoland - otherwise I wouldn't have paid the gate prices:x

Also with my 3, it did fill up the day - the youngest was crying with tiredness by the end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#13
I would dissagree with what most people on here are saying. I have been 4 times with my kids and we have enjoyed it immensely, in fact i have just got back from a 2 day trip. The queses are bad during school holidays but for this price i wouldget the Q-bot and this will ensure a very good day (virtual queuing). It is clean and my kids love it (10+8) I would say it is my favourite theme park in the country. The short breaks are also vey good value on legoholidays.com. If you don't want to queue get a q-bot.
#14
fergee
I would dissagree with what most people on here are saying. I have been 4 times with my kids and we have enjoyed it immensely, in fact i have just got back from a 2 day trip. The queses are bad during school holidays but for this price i wouldget the Q-bot and this will ensure a very good day (virtual queuing). It is clean and my kids love it (10+8) I would say it is my favourite theme park in the country. The short breaks are also vey good value on legoholidays.com. If you don't want to queue get a q-bot.


I found - my 2 youngest - 4 and 6 couldnt go on quite a few rides - the 8 year old was fine - hence I swore not to go again until they were older.

But at this price - it's a snip :thumbsup:
#15
Just wanted to say that I really rate Legoland, my children (4 and 3) never tire of it and we are lucky enough to live less than a 5 minute drive away so get annual passes (through our tesco clubcard vouchers) We have been known to go 3 times in a week! I have never seen the park 'dirty' and of course you get long queues in school holidays but then you would at any park. The drinks can be quite pricey along with the hot dog stands but yesterday we tried the new carvery and I paid £7.20 for the two childrens meals (20% off with my annual pass) there was much more than they could ever eat so at £3.60 a head I think it is great value! (and tasted good too!)

Definately worth a visit!
#16
Babybean
we are lucky enough to live less than a 5 minute drive away so get annual passes (through our tesco clubcard vouchers)


I live in west london so about 30 mins away and i usually get 3 annual passes wiv clubcard and buy a child one(family of 4)
#17
I got a Merlin Pass with Clubcard points and my mum and nephew got Legoland passes so we can go for free.

I agree that £35 is vastly overpriced but an [limited] annual pass is less than the cost of going twice and if you have a 4 year old and can go in term time it is a bargain. Alternatively £17 or so of clubcard vouchers get a full annual pass including fireworks night etc...

I really like the park and my nephew adores it. There is plenty to entertain the whole family (except real thrill-seekers maybe). There are 3 roller coasters, a log flume, river rapid, laser blaster, lots of rides for the little ones and shows and 4d cinema. The shops are pricy but they don't need to be cheap, if you want to buy lego elsewhere you can.

All in all I would say at this price it is a bargain, but I would only recommend going off peak. weekends in spring and autumn aren't too busy if you can't go during school time.
#18
2006 and 2007 we got annual passes for the 3 of us and we had a fantastic time. Only live 30 minutes away and went once or twice a month. Yes the queues can be long but no more than other theme parks I've been to. Take your own food, it is expensive.There are rides to cater for all ages and the live shows are great. If you only want to go once then this offer is hot :thumbsup:
#19
Thanks for the reps folks - hope you have a great time :)
#20
But the date has been fixed. I cant use this voucher this week or even next week.:x
#21
mumjit
I was planning on going to Legoland Windsor with my 3 kids but after hearing all but negative reports I'm now not going to bother. I keep hearing reports of how stupidly overpriced it is, how dirty it is and how long the queues are :(

What's the actual park like though once you're in there? Is it worth paying all that money especially if you have kids that love playing with Lego?

My youngest is mad on the Star Wars Lego and wondered if anyone knows if there's any Star Wars Lego based stuff there?


Actually I think its rather good for smaller kids (must be over 1m and 1.3m to go on most rides alone), however the last time I went I got a Qbot and despite the cost it really did make a huge difference and meant we could walk from ride to ride with ease. I wouldn't go again without a Qbot.

Aside from being called Legoland and there being a model village the rest of the Lego input is minimal its an amusement park with a bit of branding thrown in.

The first time we queued and except for one ride where it was 1.5 hours most were 20-25 minutes. They were at capacity that day though.

It does seem expensive but consider if you get on to a good number of rides then the cost per ride makes it cheaper than the local funfair and kids absolutely adore the live action "Johnny Thunder" display.
#22
With 2 adults and 1 child, could you use two vouchers. The vouchers says it's valid for one adult and up to two children.
I know it's from the Parent and Toddler Club, but it doesn't actually say that the parent has to be with a toddler. So could you get away with using one voucher for one adult only in a separate transaction?

Also, much better quality PDF version of the voucher can be found http://www.legoland.co.uk/NR/rdonlyres/295CBDB8-A1EC-4409-888C-F1DEC625C210/0/LLWParentToddlerFinal.pdf
#23
fergee
I would dissagree with what most people on here are saying. I have been 4 times with my kids and we have enjoyed it immensely, in fact i have just got back from a 2 day trip. The queses are bad during school holidays but for this price i wouldget the Q-bot and this will ensure a very good day (virtual queuing). It is clean and my kids love it (10+8) I would say it is my favourite theme park in the country. The short breaks are also vey good value on legoholidays.com. If you don't want to queue get a q-bot.


I've been to Legoland million of times, I lived just 15min from it. I remember I bought one year the Annual Pass and it was great, my daughter had swimming lessons at Windsor Leisure Centre oN Saturdays between 9:00 and 9:30 so we used to go after that pretty much every saturday. The park opens at 10am so we always were there just before.
I used to stay in the park for about 2 to 3 hours and then go home just before lunch. This was fantastic every week we used to go in different rides, and getting early was such a massive bonus and not a lot of queues.

But since they introduced the Q-bot the park the queues are the worst ever. On top of waiting your normal time in the queues you have to wait for the Q-bot people as well.

The tickets are way to expensive and if you want the Q-bot then you have to pay extra per person (also you have to queue to get the Q-bot) that's is so wrong, even parks like Disney that have Fast-Pass don't charge for that.

I have been so dissapointed since the Q-bot that I have not gone back.

With this voucher I might give it a go for a day, but I am no longer getting the annual passes anymore. Which is a shame because my kids love Legoland.
#24
symbian
But the date has been fixed. I cant use this voucher this week or even next week.:x


You will be lucky to find an offer like this during the easter holidays - holiday times are the worst time to go too :)
#25
at this price i wouldnt care if it was holiday time
#26
arabianchief
at this price i wouldnt care if it was holiday time


Very true :)
#27
we are thinking of going here but we live in the midlands is there any cheap hotels near the park we can stop @:thumbsup:
#28
Blast.. We went yesterday and used the other deal from couple of days ago which was half price adults and kids. Quite a good day though if you don't mind standing in que's for ages. Take my advise and take a pack up or 2 forms of ID to get a legoland bank loan to pay for any food on site.
#29
Tugster
Blast.. We went yesterday and ... Quite a good day though if you don't mind standing in que's for ages.


I suppose it's bound to be pretty busy this week, being the easter hols.

I noticed they don't sell the Q-Bots on off-peak days (i.e. any day that isn't weekend or school hols). However, I suspect this promo will cause an unusual surge on days that would normally be relatively quiet.

Eric.
#30
W1zz
With 2 adults and 1 child, could you use two vouchers. The vouchers says it's valid for one adult and up to two children.
I know it's from the Parent and Toddler Club, but it doesn't actually say that the parent has to be with a toddler. So could you get away with using one voucher for one adult only in a separate transaction?


That's exactly what I'd like to know. My plan would be for my wife and son (4) to enter on one voucher and me to use a 2nd voucher on my own. £40 for the three of us. If they refused and charged me full price I'd be really annoyed (although I suppose paying £10 for a non-existent child would still be cheaper than full price).

The alternative is the £15.75 per person promo that's on Legoland's site. That would be £7 more, but perhaps safer. It's a pre-order thing though, so if the weather is bad on the day, you're stuffed (although, subject to availability, I suppose there's nothing to stop you delaying pre-ordering until the last minute, giving a chance to see a weather forecast).

Eric.
#31
fergee
I would dissagree with what most people on here are saying. I have been 4 times with my kids and we have enjoyed it immensely, in fact i have just got back from a 2 day trip. The queses are bad during school holidays but for this price i wouldget the Q-bot and this will ensure a very good day (virtual queuing). It is clean and my kids love it (10+8) I would say it is my favourite theme park in the country. The short breaks are also vey good value on legoholidays.com. If you don't want to queue get a q-bot.


Don't they charge about £10 per person for the q-bot? :w00t:
#32
shibi din
Don't they charge about £10 per person for the q-bot? :w00t:


If you use this voucher you are going in selected days anyways which is during the week and during school term. So you probably won't need the q-bot anyway.
#33
When we went during a Holiday time, it was horrendous. I asked a member of staff when is the best time to come - school days - apparently it's dead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So no need for q-bot :)

BTW Thanks for the reps :)
#34
shibi din
Don't they charge about £10 per person for the q-bot? :w00t:

Yes and though I hate the cost its worth every penny.
#35
Anyone been yet? :)
#36
Yes with friends a month back, they had a great time. Almost went on the bank holiday too.
#37
Tenex
Yes with friends a month back, they had a great time. Almost went on the bank holiday too.


Did you use the voucher and save lots?

I went over one bank holiday weekend last year - never again ;-)
#38
we went today and had a fantastic time, my two are 3 and 5 but were able to go on most rides (there's only two I can think of that my youngest was too short for!) The longest we waited for any ride was about 10/15 mins and the place was not busy at all! Definitely worth letting my son have the day off school, i wouldn't be able to afford the full prices, and definitely wouldn't want to go in the school holidays!
thanks for this bargain, my boys are very grateful!!!!

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