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Legoland Windsor entry £15.00 for adults and £10 each for up to 2 toddlers (selected dates only)

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Legoland have updated their parents and toddlers offers. Adults are normally £36 and children are £27 so this works out much better than half price but it's only for selected dates. These are the …
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Legoland have updated their parents and toddlers offers. Adults are normally £36 and children are £27 so this works out much better than half price but it's only for selected dates.

These are the best prices available if the dates work for you.

You can use multiple vouchers if you have more than one adult or more than 2 kids.

Also, under 3s are still free.
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suspended#1
In the current financial climate thats one hell of a discount,good work OP!
#2
the dates available suit when I'm going 6th - 10th july, unfortunately my kid has just turned 6 on may do you think they will ask for proof of age at the gate, voted hot.
#3
Hot!!
did you know that if you have an autistic or similarly disabled person with you you can just go to customer services, and they stamp all your party hands, and 4 of you can go to the exit of the ride (provided that the disabled child or adult is one of them) and get on first! saves queueing.
Excellent.
#4
>>>Also the carer gets in free!
#5
loulouloulou
Hot!!
did you know that if you have an autistic or similarly disabled person with you you can just go to customer services, and they stamp all your party hands, and 4 of you can go to the exit of the ride (provided that the disabled child or adult is one of them) and get on first! saves queueing.
Excellent.


loulouloulou
>>>Also the carer gets in free!


I saw this info before, how do they ask you to prove that you are disabled? My Mum is on medium Disability Living Allowance but she doesn't have a disabled badge, wondering if we could use this benefit? :thinking:
#6
i would love to take advantage of the offer, but iv only got 1 toddler..........and i cant borrow one cos everyone i know only have 6 year olds+ children.

what do i do?.
1 Like #7
bumbelbee
i would love to take advantage of the offer, but iv only got 1 toddler..........and i cant borrow one cos everyone i know only have 6 year olds+ children.

what do i do?.
you don't have to have 2 kids, the voucher just says valid for up to 2 toddlers.
#8
bumbelbee
i would love to take advantage of the offer, but iv only got 1 toddler..........and i cant borrow one cos everyone i know only have 6 year olds+ children.

what do i do?.


sid1763
you don't have to have 2 kids, the voucher just says valid for up to 2 toddlers.



I LOL'd, sorry :oops:
#9
Great deal- we have a 2 yr old she woul dbe free cos she is under 3 then a 5yrold he would come under the £10 toddler then we also have an 8yrold
so for me oh 2 yrold and 5 yr old would cost us £40 plus the extra for our 8yr old
we are in that area 1st and 2nd september to
thanks
heat added x


If you read the terms and conditions on the voucher it is only 1 adult for £15
#10
sid1763
you don't have to have 2 kids, the voucher just says valid for up to 2 toddlers.


ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh thank youuuuu soooooooooooooooo much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

im so happy and gratefull to you, rep added sid1763.:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

so me, hubby, and daughter will cost 40quid and hope parking is free, also what is the food like and is it expensive..lol.
thank you so much in advance.
#11
bumbelbee
...............also what is the food like and is it expensive..lol.


It's extremely expensive to eat at the park. I'd bring stuff from home and maybe just buy cold drinks from the food stalls.
#12
What meanies they are - they have changed the offer from when I placed it last time . . . . then it was £10 for children (no age restriction!!!!)

Still a hot deal though :)
#13
Re the disabled thing and exit passes for queue jumping -

This is not for all disabled people. If the person has mobility problems you can hire a wheelchair I think. It's only for those with autism, Downs or other disabilities which means the disabled person would not be able to cope with a queue not physically but mentally. If you take something with the disability in writing like a GP letter or statement of special needs then you get the handstamps. They won't do it for people who are capable of sitting in a wheelchair for half an hour for some reason. I think its because you need to be mobile for most rides but its all on the website. If the person is registered disabled you still get free carers entry with your proof.

Drayton Manor do the same sort of thing with a wrist band. For Legoland you can buy the exit passes. It used to be £50 each but saves a two hour queue. Just harden yourself for the dirty looks from the queue as that isn't pleasant with the tutting etc. My son is autistic and would have a melt down stood with strangers waiting so it was great for us and the only way he could enjoy the rides.

The lady earlier Mrs Z - you'll have to queue - sorry.
#14
i know i'm being really dumb :whistling: but ...

does this mean me and dp can use one of these vouchers each - and then our 2 yr old would get in free anyway = 30 pounds in total?! or have i not worked that out correctly ie. do we have to have a toddler over the age of 3 with us to use the voucher?

thanks
#15
It is one adult per party only for £15 and up to 2 toddlers under 5 per party for £10. So for £25 you get one adult and 2 under 5s in, every one else in your party pays full price.

Great deal for mum ( or dad ) at home with little un's during the day. I've used a similar deal at Chessington and got me and my boy in there for £11 for the 2 of us.
#16
my mum just gets attendance allowance and got free extra ticket for carer
#17
i miss going there as a kid..
heat added!
#18
Is it me or has the offer been mis-read?

According to the terms and conditions (I needed to zoom in a bit) it states:

"2. This voucher entitles one adult aged 16 years and over entry at £15
and
up to two toddlers aged 5 years or younger £10 entry [SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]EACH[/COLOR][/SIZE]
to LEGOLAND Windsor only on the selected 2009 dates stated.."

It looks to me that one adult going with two kids would cost £35 and not £25 as previously mentioned. Unless the word 'each' is describing the adult and the child(ren) as two seperate entities?

I think for me, my wife and our two boys, it'll work out to £50 if we use two seperate vouchers.
Still a bargain.
#19
loulouloulou
my mum just gets attendance allowance and got free extra ticket for carer


Thanks. Me and the kids have already got annual passes but even if my Mum has to pay, I just want the stamped hands LOL! Paid £40 for a Q-Bot last time
1 Like #20
gobofraggle
Is Legoland entertaining at all for adults who haven't been or is it really aimed at little kids only?


You will get differing replies depending on the person and what they like. For me (btw i am 36) i enjoy it everytime i go with the kids, i have a annual pass, the lego structures alone can take up fair bt of time, as they are always great.

Ride-wise there are 5 rides that are enjoyable for adults, the log flume, the bumber boats and the spinning jet-ski thng (can't remember the name) and the jungle car ride and the dragon rollercoatster. the first three are "wet" rides and the last two are roller coasters.

All rides are suitable for a child aged 6 or 7 and upwards and adults can go on most rides but all the others apart from the 5 i listed are quite tame.

As for food prices that someone else asked about, i agree a lot of food is expensive but no more so then every other theme park (example £3 for a hot dog and £1.60 for a tea or coffee) But i find the most reasonable prices are at the pitstop cafe (near the entrance)where you can "proper food" Sauage and mash with onion gravy and peas was under a fiver and it was a proper man-sized portion. This puts it into the Pub food price range.

Also worth bearing in mind (although not if you use this deal) If you have a annual pass you get 20% discount on ALL food and drink (including tea and coffee) and 10% discount in the gift shops.
#21
Wibblefish
Also worth bearing in mind (although not if you use this deal) If you have a annual pass you get 20% discount on ALL food and drink (including tea and coffee) and 10% discount in the gift shops.


sadly its not ALL food and drink, the vendor stalls dont give you the discount, also if you buy the 4.99 free refill drinks bottles, you dont get the discount on those either :(

but as mentioned above, take a picnic and drinks with you and its a cheap day out

Chris
#22
heated added...

I've got a 2 yr old and a 3 yr old, does anyone know will all of us be able to go on some of the rides?
#23
Could and Adult on there own use this voucher or do they have to have a toddler with them

thanks nyck
#24
Just thought I'd mention if you are a family of 3, so 2 adults and 1 child, we found the cheapest way to do it was to book an adult ticket through buy a gift, then get a toddler ticket when your there. The adult ticket through buy a gift works out at £21 then the adult and toddler ticket on this offer, £15 adult £10 child. Total of £46.
Hope this helps someone in the same situation!
#25
Um, last time I used this (2 adults and 1 child) I just orinted off 2 vouchers. £15 x 2 + £10 = £40.
banned#26
jellybaby;5535996
Just thought I'd mention if you are a family of 3, so 2 adults and 1 child, we found the cheapest way to do it was to book an adult ticket through buy a gift, then get a toddler ticket when your there. The adult ticket through buy a gift works out at £21 then the adult and toddler ticket on this offer, £15 adult £10 child. Total of £46.
Hope this helps someone in the same situation!

Why not print off two vouchers?
1 adult: £15
1 adult and one toddler: £25

Total: £35

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