£10 off Per Person @ Legoland
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£10 off Per Person @ Legoland

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Found 22nd Mar 2011
£10 off Per Person! for up to 6 people
Park opens 1st April 2011

Adult (16-59 years) was £41.40 - now £31.40
Child (3-15 years) was £31.20 - now £21.20
Senior (60+ years) was £31.20 - now £21.20

15 Comments

How much? Even with the discount that's over £100 for my family. Gotta be some BOGOFs instead?

I can't believe it costs that much even with discount. I won't be going there.

wow thats gone up alot....crazy......checkout deals at work as you may get a better discount that way

had a season ticket as live nearby and that cost £75 with £75 worth of lego free....then it was £50 lego free 2 years after that and then it was nothing, so didnt bother

Edited by: "royals" 22nd Mar 2011

Over £40 each for Legoland - thats a joke! Its not worth it at all. What a rip off

WH Smith are doing BOGOF vouchers with any purchase

"UK retailer WHSmith is offering a free booklet containing four 2 for 1 theme park vouchers with any purchase from March 21, 2011. The vouchers are valid at Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park, and Legoland Windsor along with a number of other UK attractions operated by Merlin Entertainments Group.

To get the vouchers, all customers need to do is buy anything from a WHSmith high street store. There is no minimum spend, so even those buying a newspaper or some chewing gum for a few pence will get the vouchers.

There has not been an official end date stated as to when vouchers will stop being given out. If you try to get a voucher booklet and they are no longer giving them out please email us to let us know.

The vouchers can be used when buying a full price adult ticket on the day (at the higher gate prices rather than discounted online tickets). A single adult ticket bought on the gate costs £39.60 at Alton Towers. With two online adult tickets costing £63.36, there is a potential saving of over £23 from taking advantage of the offer.

The vouchers are valid through most of the 2011 season, but there are some block-out dates on which they can't be used:

* Alton Towers - Valid until November 4, 2011. Block-out dates: June 19 and 29, 2011.
* Thorpe Park - Valid until November 6, 2011. Block-out dates: April 22 - 25, October 22 - 31, 2011.
* Chessington World of Adventures - Valid until October 31, 2011. Block-out dates: all Zoo Days.
* Legoland Windsor - Valid until November 6, 2011. Block-out dates: The whole of August (note that the park is closed on some days during the season).

As well as the four theme parks, other major attractions included in the offer are Madame Tussauds, Warwick Castle, The Dungeons, and Sea-Life Centres and Sea-Life Sanctuaries across the country.."

Edited by: "P089" 22nd Mar 2011

but all the dates above are 2010

there's buy1get1free being given away at whsmith at the mo!
and tesco vouchers.

these prices are ridiculous.

and thanks hotukdeals because about 1 1/2 years ago got the whole family (2 adults 4 kds) into legoland year pass for only 40 quid!!! so just wait for other deals - this isn't that good...

we go every year, using tesco vouchers

near enough £130 for a family of 4 to get in for the day & travel costs & food - the day out would cost at least £200 .....think i'll pass

Went there a few years ago, very expensive for what it is. IMHO entry price should be about 10 to 15 pounds each max.

baz2003uk

but all the dates above are 2010



2011 as far as I can see?

royals

wow thats gone up alot....crazy......checkout deals at work as you may … wow thats gone up alot....crazy......checkout deals at work as you may get a better discount that wayhad a season ticket as live nearby and that cost £75 with £75 worth of lego free....then it was £50 lego free 2 years after that and then it was nothing, so didnt bother



You didnt bother when it was nothing for a pass. wouldnt that be the best time to get it (_;)

We paid £260 for two days and two nights stay in a very nice leisure club hotel, (out of school holidays) It was brilliant, no queues plenty to do. Had a great time.
Food in the park was awful and expensive though.

P089

WH Smith are doing BOGOF vouchers with any purchase"UK retailer WHSmith … WH Smith are doing BOGOF vouchers with any purchase"UK retailer WHSmith is offering a free booklet containing four 2 for 1 theme park vouchers with any purchase from March 21, 2011. The vouchers are valid at Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park, and Legoland Windsor along with a number of other UK attractions operated by Merlin Entertainments Group.To get the vouchers, all customers need to do is buy anything from a WHSmith high street store. There is no minimum spend, so even those buying a newspaper or some chewing gum for a few pence will get the vouchers.There has not been an official end date stated as to when vouchers will stop being given out. If you try to get a voucher booklet and they are no longer giving them out please email us to let us know.The vouchers can be used when buying a full price adult ticket on the day (at the higher gate prices rather than discounted online tickets). A single adult ticket bought on the gate costs £39.60 at Alton Towers. With two online adult tickets costing £63.36, there is a potential saving of over £23 from taking advantage of the offer.The vouchers are valid through most of the 2011 season, but there are some block-out dates on which they can't be used: * Alton Towers - Valid until November 4, 2011. Block-out dates: June 19 and 29, 2011. * Thorpe Park - Valid until November 6, 2011. Block-out dates: April 22 - 25, October 22 - 31, 2011. * Chessington World of Adventures - Valid until October 31, 2011. Block-out dates: all Zoo Days. * Legoland Windsor - Valid until November 6, 2011. Block-out dates: The whole of August (note that the park is closed on some days during the season).As well as the four theme parks, other major attractions included in the offer are Madame Tussauds, Warwick Castle, The Dungeons, and Sea-Life Centres and Sea-Life Sanctuaries across the country.."




£20ish a ticket better

Better to get yourself a merlin annual pass if you go regularly.
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