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Legoland Tickets (1 adult + 1 child under 6) - £15.00 @ Legoland

£15.00 @ LegoLand
This year's parent and toddler offer looks a good one! 1 adult and 1 child under 6 get in for £15 (normal price would be £72.60.) Follow the link and press 'Buy now' to see the details of the offer.… Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
This year's parent and toddler offer looks a good one! 1 adult and 1 child under 6 get in for £15 (normal price would be £72.60.) Follow the link and press 'Buy now' to see the details of the offer.

It is only valid on Monday - Fridays during term time (dates below) but this is a bargain way to take your youngsters to Legoland. Under 3s are normally free so I guess this only works is you have a 3, 4 or 5 year old (although this is less than half the price of just an adults ticket so worth buying for a 0-2 year old as well.)

Valid on:
1st April,
4th-8th April
26th-28th April
5th-6th May
9th, 12th, 13th May
16th-20th May
23rd-27th May
6th-10th June
13th-17th June
20th-24th June
27th June-1st July
4th-8th July
11th-15th July
18th-22nd July
5th-9th September
12th-16th September
19th-23rd September
26th, 29th -30th September
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#1
UNDER 3 IS FREE ACCORDING TO SITE NOT 4
#2
thanks
#3
DIVA1977
UNDER 3 IS FREE ACCORDING TO SITE NOT 4


Good spot. I've changed the text. Thanks.
1 Like #4
they build you up to knock you down
#5
THANKS OP :)
#6
I have one child so if a family of 3 wanted to go could I just buy two of these tickets even though I won't be taking a 2nd child?
1 Like #7
Great price.... but not sure I can justify taking the kids out of school just because I have cheap tix to legoland! I mean, how would I sleep at night knowing i'd broken all the rules.
#8
Anyone know how they police the 'under 6' rule?
#9
Beware, Legoland really isnt catered for under 6 yo's been there, seen it, had to skip most of the rides
1 Like #10
JtR
Beware, Legoland really isnt catered for under 6 yo's been there, seen it, had to skip most of the rides

so not true - there are lots of rides andshows for under 6!
#11
Thanks - as we have Merlin pass I'll know what dates to avoid Legland ;)
#12
I see you can buy multiples of tickets, would it be possible to buy 2 for £30 so I could go in with wife and one 4 year old?

Edited By: Broxy on Mar 31, 2011 18:34
#13
what if you have 2 adults and 1 child, can you pay £30?
#14
why not? just say the 2nd child was ill and being looked after by grand parents ;)
#15
Just booked. Thanks!
#16
Thanks great deal!
#17
Is this under 6 or 6 and under do you think? I have a 6 year old but not sure if this would apply?
#18
Great find, 5% Quidco too.
#19
hi can anyone tell me if the english kids are off school on the 4th. also do you think they would let in an adult and 10 year old with this
#20
hi can anyone tell me if the english kids are off school on the 4th. also do you think they would let in an adult and 10 year old with this
#21
Do you have to buy tickets in advance or can you arrive with a screen print of the offer??
#22
Awesome, thanks OP and for INSET days!
#23
hi can anyone tell me if the english kids are off school on the 4th. also do you think they would let in an adult and 10 year old with this
#24
porsche007
hi can anyone tell me if the english kids are off school on the 4th. also do you think they would let in an adult and 10 year old with this
If the 10 year old looks like a 5 year old then yes, so more than likely not.
Schools in leicester are closed 15th April until 3rd May for Easter, but I think most the country finish the week before? I might be wrong but our holidays are usually a week different from the rest of the country for some reason
#25
adamrwood
porsche007
hi can anyone tell me if the english kids are off school on the 4th. also do you think they would let in an adult and 10 year old with this

If the 10 year old looks like a 5 year old then yes, so more than likely not.
Schools in leicester are closed 15th April until 3rd May for Easter, but I think most the country finish the week before? I might be wrong but our holidays are usually a week different from the rest of the country for some reason

yeah - 11/04 to 25/04 for Hampshire schools closure and then back to school for 3 days and off for a long 4 days weekend!
#26
thanks missed the cheap holidays!! had to pay £250 for easter weekend, so got a bit back with this.
As for taking the kids out of school. Is lego not educational?
#27
No!
joescafe

As for taking the kids out of school. Is lego not educational?
#28
hot from me!
altho not sure how a family of 3 could use this? will both parents need a kid each?
#29
Fab fab fab deal!!! Booked!!! Cheers OP :D
#30
Ditto to the 2 parents one child thing

Anyone got any confirmation on how this would work

I am not sure i would want to risk the 1hr 15min drive, to be stung for another £35 on the day - i am pretty sure that would take the gloss off of the trip
#31
JtR
Beware, Legoland really isnt catered for under 6 yo's been there, seen it, had to skip most of the rides


Sorry, totally disagree - been going there with our kids who are now 9, 6 and 4 for 6 years now - there's loads to do for the little ones?
#32
bec3105
Is this under 6 or 6 and under do you think? I have a 6 year old but not sure if this would apply?


They don't check, my kids normally just duck under the buggy turnstile anyways - we have merlin passes, we're not chavs - just go when it's busy and you'll be fine. This is Legoland, not Disneyland ;-)
#33
toonarmani
why not? just say the 2nd child was ill and being looked after by grand parents ;)

We will do this if questioned. Going on monday anyway so this was perfect timing. I will update if we have any issues as there are just the three of us. cheers op, i wont begrudge spending money in the shops now!

The tickets are a pdf doc with four tickets with bar codes. It says to walk up to turnstiles and scan yourself then walk in so should be no issues.

Edited By: custard80 on Apr 01, 2011 13:06: more info
#34
avebell
JtR
Beware, Legoland really isnt catered for under 6 yo's been there, seen it, had to skip most of the rides
so not true - there are lots of rides andshows for under 6!

Oh come on! We took our 4 year old last year and she loved it!
#35
our two year old went last year and mentions going again at least once a week, he loved it. So much so that we are going for my birthday treat!
#36
Might be shut for a while, apparently someone was seriously injured their today?
#37
BaronLukeAaron
Might be shut for a while, apparently someone was seriously injured their today?
It was a stuntman rehearsing his acrobatics and landed on his head. Nothing to do with the rides, so should be open as usual.
#38
All dates sold out not a deal anymore
#39
And they charge £2 for parking now - bloody cheek!!!!
#40
Just booked Thank you, showing availability!! I think if you book more than one, it looks like your paying £30 each but deffo £15. Loads of availability through until July. Heat added.X

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