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Merlin Annual pass for a family of 5

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Hi
Hope someone can help?? I was going to buy 5 x individual merlin annual passes as they were on offer 50% off, making them £75 each but the offer ended today. It works out £384 at the moment to purchase a merlin annual pass for a family of five, but i need to know whether that means we get 1 card with all of us on or we still get 5 x individual cards. It makes a difference as the kids may want to go with someone else - If anyone knows I'd really appreciate some help.
Also, if we get them through Quidco (Legoland) we get 8% back, so the only concern is how many cards we get.
Many thanks
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
As far as I'm aware you would get an individual pass per person. HTH. :thumbsup:
#2
All individual passes for merlin passes with photos on them, its a great deal at the moment pity mine don't run out till september.
#3
I agree it is a great deal especially with 8% quidco, makes them less than £70 each. Thankyou both for your help x
#4
You all get an individual pass but the kids must be under 12 to count on a family pass
#6
Thanks...all kids are under 12, but my son is 13 in August??? Should that matter if he's 12 when he purchases a pass?
#7


Unfortunately, I don't have enough clubcard points for this deal :-(
#8
melgou
Thanks...all kids are under 12, but my son is 13 in August??? Should that matter if he's 12 when he purchases a pass?


How can your son be under 12 if he is 13 in August?

He must be 12 now in which case he will be counted as an adult (crazy). You could get a 4 person family pass and an individual one for him ( tesco clubcard one for him maybe)
#9
bluedave
How can your son be under 12 if he is 13 in August?

He must be 12 now in which case he will be counted as an adult (crazy). You could get a 4 person family pass and an individual one for him ( tesco clubcard one for him maybe)


Because age 3 to 12yrs = child and over 12 = adult, therefore, when I purchased the ticket he was12 ... does that make sense?
#10
On the Merlin annual pass website it states that adults are 12 and over and a family pass can have a maximum of two people who are 12 or over.
So if your son is 12 now then he can't be included on a family pass in addition to 2 adults.

To clarify its 3 to 11 that are children
and 12 and over that are adults.
I wonder if they have changed their rules this year and altered the age that a child becomes an adult at Merlin.
I guess they have such a young age for 'adults' because 12 will be the age when the vast majority of kids are tall enough for all of the big rides.

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