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LEGOLAND - 2 day unlimited ticket pass + hotel stay from £99.00 for a family of 4!

£99.00 @ LegoLand
Great new special offer with LEGOLAND Holidays - All kids go free! One under 15 child per adult is now free for stays between 10th September and 13th October - making an already unbeatable price even … Read More
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Great new special offer with LEGOLAND Holidays - All kids go free! One under 15 child per adult is now free for stays between 10th September and 13th October - making an already unbeatable price even better!

2 day unlimited ticket pass + hotel stay from £99 for a family of 4

This is a great price, we were looking for a package deal for legoland and nearly fainted when we seen the prices of the 2 day tickets, £216 for 2 adults and 2 children and that was not including a hotel! Of course i could of got them cheaper if i shopped around but was not expecting to find a deal like this!


There are also some great events on in September and October!

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#1
I have just tried all sorts of combinations of dates and still can't find anything cheaper than £179!! Can you point me in the direction of the £99 deals please OP.
#2
I was checking this out the other week, the cheapest I found was around 120 for two adults with two day unlimited ticket and hotel. I thought that was pretty good value, so I vote these deals hot.
#3
Click on the go to deal button and then the kids go free button and enter a date between 10th sept and 13th of october. Make sure it is for a family of four, 2 day 1 night and it should come up. I have tried many dates and have found the £99 and £119 prices at great hotels as well :thumbsup:
#4
Can't get the availability search to work, just keeps saying 'select park date first'
#5
zAndy1
Can't get the availability search to work, just keeps saying 'select park date first'



me too, playing up :whistling:
#6
this link is working for me
#7
An example here:

4* Hilton - KIDS STAY, EAT AND DRINK FOR FREE £99 dates - Sun 16th Sept - 2 day tickets, 1 night stop over

Other dates are available also :thumbsup:
[helper]#8
If you collect Tesco points - just use vouchers for Legoland and vouchers for the Marriot at Heathrow (11 miles from Legoland).....thats what we did last weekend (2 adults 2 kids).
#9
Having some trouble getting this booked - website is somewhat of a confused layout.
#10
Great idea in theory, but every combo I try is at least £129. Ok, its only £30 extra but...
#11
not good at all. every time i try and book it comes up with a price no where near £99
#12
Family of four to Legoland. Is that a BLOCK booking? :giggle:
#13
I have 3 children and the best price I got was £401 for 2 days:x
#14
That Is A Fantastic Joke Furq Amazing/genious Rolled Into 1
banned#15
I went to legoland 14yrs ago, wasn't much to scream about. You walked around some boards with some lego scenes that I could have done at home.
#16
booked for family of 4 for £138
Voted Hot
#17
[QUOTE=lumoruk]I went to legoland 14yrs ago, wasn't much to scream about. You walked around some boards with some lego scenes that I could have done at home.[/QUOTEProbably changed since then, we have been twice last year my kids are 9 & 11 & love it, can't wait to go again. Lots of rides etc for all ages
#18
lumoruk
I went to legoland 14yrs ago, wasn't much to scream about. You walked around some boards with some lego scenes that I could have done at home.



Things change! A lot can happen in a year let alone 14 of them :roll:
#19
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
booked for family of 4 for £138
Voted Hot

I am getting a quote of £125 for family of 4 in october but when i go to pay it says £129.99 not a lot more, but cant make out why???
#20
Prices include your tickets, hotel stay with breakfast plus an exclusive 10% discount on LEGO products bought during your stay
#21
sanmarco5
I am getting a quote of £125 for family of 4 in october but when i go to pay it says £129.99 not a lot more, but cant make out why???



It automatically adds on insurance, scroll down where you can remove it :thumbsup:
banned#22
Plus under the age of 10 the kids eat free at some hotels, wonder what the price of an adult meal will be :oops: Voted hot, great deal my friend went a couple of months ago and her 9year old son had a great time, lovely hotel too not sure which one she stayed at though
#23
lumoruk
I went to legoland 14yrs ago, wasn't much to scream about. You walked around some boards with some lego scenes that I could have done at home.



which one was that? Windsor opened in 96
#24
sassie
Plus under the age of 10 the kids eat free at some hotels, wonder what the price of an adult meal will be :oops: Voted hot, great deal my friend went a couple of months ago and her 9year old son had a great time, lovely hotel too not sure which one she stayed at though



We have stayed in the Premier Travel Inn Heathrow (one of the legoland hotels) that does the 'kids eat free' and the food was great and not too expensive, we paid £11 for a steak which i dont mind paying :thumbsup:

Try looking on the hotels website, sometimes they have menus with prices.
#25
voted cold - the next children holiday is october half term and the prices are as you would expect :(

Also don't drive so the cheaper deals + hotel are up to 30miles away from Legoland.
#26
If we weren't going abroad at end of Sept I would be taking advantage of this, Voted Hot!
#27
We went and took my 8yr old boy
Travelled from Manchester and to be honest found it a bit dissapointing

As stated earlier by someone else there isn't that much there,
The lego creations are excellent but in terms of rides there are a few but nothing to write home about.

We went for 2 days and stayed at the Marriot next to heathrow airport, the hotel was great with a pool and a gym only 10 minutes drive from Legoland

Day 1: arrived approx 1pm left the park at 7pm, did almost everything in this time
Day 2 arrived at park about 10.30pm left at 2pm. we only left because of the queues and we had done almost everything on day one so we were just repeating the rides

The queues were massive on the 2nd day which you would expect in August

So my opinion is yes we had a nice time but we wouldn't go again, everything is mega expensive too in my opinion

£4.95 for a baguette
£2 hot dogs over £5
over £2 for a coke
Trampolines charge £5 for about 5 minutes

and last but not least The lego is cheaper in toysrus (well some of it is) although there are good some kits which I haven't seen in the shops

Hope this helps
#28
I was there with the kids yesterday and despite fairly long q's we had a great time (using tesco vouchers...)
#29
Got 2 days and 2 nights at a hilton with all meals free for the kids and 15% off for us adults for £138, great me thinks, could of got the 2 days entry & one night stay for £99.
thanx heat added :)
#30
woodyrocks
voted cold - the next children holiday is october half term and the prices are as you would expect :(

Also don't drive so the cheaper deals + hotel are up to 30miles away from Legoland.

I got £125 for 2 adults and 2 children at beginning of october a weekend, why wait till half term??
#31
danmem
We went and took my 8yr old boy
Travelled from Manchester and to be honest found it a bit dissapointing

As stated earlier by someone else there isn't that much there,
The lego creations are excellent but in terms of rides there are a few but nothing to write home about.

We went for 2 days and stayed at the Marriot next to heathrow airport, the hotel was great with a pool and a gym only 10 minutes drive from Legoland

Day 1: arrived approx 1pm left the park at 7pm, did almost everything in this time
Day 2 arrived at park about 10.30pm left at 2pm. we only left because of the queues and we had done almost everything on day one so we were just repeating the rides

The queues were massive on the 2nd day which you would expect in August

So my opinion is yes we had a nice time but we wouldn't go again, everything is mega expensive too in my opinion

£4.95 for a baguette
£2 hot dogs over £5
over £2 for a coke
Trampolines charge £5 for about 5 minutes

and last but not least The lego is cheaper in toysrus (well some of it is) although there are good some kits which I haven't seen in the shops

Hope this helps


Funny how everyone has such different opinions my 2 ages 9 & 11 love it, couldnt get everything done in a day! have been twice & cant wait to go again. I do agree the food is expensive & the shop nothing great but the park is fab!!
#32
I work for the company that does this website. Just been scanning over your comments, I shall be feeding them back to web team! :-)
#33
Don't book the Hilton St annes manor. They forgot when they describe family rooms that the families were mice sized. they're little more than regular double rooms with a sofa bed. Travel lodge would be better.

deeyup
#34
deeyup
Don't book the Hilton St annes manor. They forgot when they describe family rooms that the families were mice sized. they're little more than regular double rooms with a sofa bed. Travel lodge would be better.

deeyup


Great, that's the one I've just booked for £139:-(
#35
Astrantia
I work for the company that does this website. Just been scanning over your comments, I shall be feeding them back to web team! :-)


Can you let them know that I think this is one of the worst websites I have used to book a hotel deal, a real pain in the bottom when you want to try out different dates etc as you have to put all your info in again from step 1.

Thanks :thumbsup:
#36
Aimee1985
We have stayed in the Premier Travel Inn Heathrow (one of the legoland hotels) that does the 'kids eat free' and the food was great and not too expensive, we paid £11 for a steak which i dont mind paying :thumbsup:

Try looking on the hotels website, sometimes they have menus with prices.


wah...why stay so far away? pointless

and next to an airport?

luckily i dont need to stay in hotel as i live nearby
#37
danmem
We went and took my 8yr old boy
Travelled from Manchester and to be honest found it a bit dissapointing

As stated earlier by someone else there isn't that much there,
The lego creations are excellent but in terms of rides there are a few but nothing to write home about.

We went for 2 days and stayed at the Marriot next to heathrow airport, the hotel was great with a pool and a gym only 10 minutes drive from Legoland

Day 1: arrived approx 1pm left the park at 7pm, did almost everything in this time
Day 2 arrived at park about 10.30pm left at 2pm. we only left because of the queues and we had done almost everything on day one so we were just repeating the rides

The queues were massive on the 2nd day which you would expect in August

So my opinion is yes we had a nice time but we wouldn't go again, everything is mega expensive too in my opinion

£4.95 for a baguette
£2 hot dogs over £5
over £2 for a coke
Trampolines charge £5 for about 5 minutes

and last but not least The lego is cheaper in toysrus (well some of it is) although there are good some kits which I haven't seen in the shops

Hope this helps


hi, if it helps im local....most locals take their own food and drink.....legoland isnt as bad as some theme parks but its the long queues for food that can be tiresome, so take your own food if you can.
#38
I went to legoland 14yrs ago, wasn't much to scream about.


Probably because you arrived 2 or 3 years before they built it.
#39
termite
Probably because you arrived 2 or 3 years before they built it.


LOL termite :giggle:

We love Legoland and even when we have got 2-day passes in the past have never managed to see all of it. We always take our own lunch too!

Handy hint for anyone going with a baby though, take enough nappies, sounds obvious I know but if you are caught out and have to get one from those vending machines they only do Huggies at £1.50 per nappy - ridiculous and disgraceful really.

Thanks OP btw, haven't booked one this year but will next year (they have had this offer on for at least the last two years) as we have our Tussauds Annual passes for this year and have almost had enough off theme parks for this year now :roll: !!
#40
Just Got Back And Had Loads Of Fun Except Meals At Hilton Are £20 Per Person
Meals At Legoland Are £20 - £25 To Feed A Family Of 4
Plus Basingstoke Hilton (where We Were Staying) Is 30 Mile Trip To Legoland So Thats 60 Mile Round Trip Close To London In Rush Hour
Still For £139 Ya Cannie Fault It

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