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Legoland discovery, Trafford Centre, Manchester £7.00

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banned6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Take advantage of the early booking offer and visit for just £7*.

To book your tickets please call 0871 222 2662.

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre will be home to a factory tour, 4D cinema, LEGO miniland, LEGO ride, master model builder, birthday rooms and LEGO shop and cafe.

*This offer is valid for £7 entry to the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre when tickets are booked in advance by calling 0871 222 2662. Tickets must be booked before 3 March 2010 and are subject to availability. This offer is not valid with any other offer or discounts.
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#1
Does anyone know if Legoland Windsor annual passes will get you free access? (Looks like you do get one free access to other Discovery Centres around the world)
#2
Thanks - I had no idea this was opening.
£7 seems OK too - any idea how much it will normally cost to get in?

cheers
#3
I think the usual cost is £14 (it could be a little less, I've not got the flyer to hand) also there is a interactive lego demstration thing for the kids all this week on the main stage (ship) at the Trafford Centre.
#4
you can use merlin annual passes
#5
You can also use your Tesco clubcard vouchers (£3.50 per ticket) to buy tickets.
banned#6
saracat
You can also use your Tesco clubcard vouchers (£3.50 per ticket) to buy tickets.


I guess the tickets are worth around £14 because tesco only charge a quarter.
banned#7
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, opening at the Trafford Centre on 22nd March.
#8
Unfortunately the early booker tickets are limited at the weekends and the next available isn't until late April. I just bought a child ticket for £10.95 for the first weekend. I am a Merlin Pass holder (and will get in for free) so overall it doesn't seem a bad price. The girl I spoke to suggested it was a half day attraction.
banned#9
This offer is nearing expiry :thumbsup:

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