2 Free Kids Legoland Tickets with any Lego toy purchase from Argos
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2 Free Kids Legoland Tickets with any Lego toy purchase from Argos

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Found 2nd Jun 2016
Argos are offering 2 free kids entry tickets to Legoland with every purchase of Lego purchased from Argos. Tickets are valid for a year and kids can only enter with a full paying adult.

The offer is valid between now and 15th July to purchase your Lego, I have reserved an item for collection tomorrow so will check and see if I actually get given any. Did not see this posted anywhere so apologies if already been done.
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Also adults go free with kelloggs cereal packs. Looks like the argos offer is on mixels packs at £1.49 so great offer.
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 2nd Jun 2016

2 FREE* kids' tickets to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort with any LEGO toy^ … 2 FREE* kids' tickets to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort with any LEGO toy^ purchase. *Ts & Cs apply. Applicable with 2 full paying adults. Offer ends 15th July 2016 and is subject to availability.^excludes Video games



You have to purchase 2 adult tickets for the 2 kids to go free.
Legoland Windsor was the most expensive day of my life, so this helps take the sting away a little.
I went 6 weeks ago and had pretty much the whole park to ourselves, the kids loved it. It was that quite the ride operators were asking us if we wanted to stay on the ride when it finished! Definitely got my monies worth. Brilliant.
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I went 6 weeks ago and had pretty much the whole park to ourselves, the … I went 6 weeks ago and had pretty much the whole park to ourselves, the kids loved it. It was that quite the ride operators were asking us if we wanted to stay on the ride when it finished! Definitely got my monies worth. Brilliant.



Gosh -it's all about timing . We went today and queued between 45 mins and 1hr for each ride. Will try again outside of the holidays
Lego land is in my opinion very expensive so any kind of saving like this is hot !
Sounds good. Will try and buy the cheapest lego going and see if it works.
I went last summer holidays and will never go again. We managed to do 3 rides all day the park was packed and most expensive day of my life I spent a couple of hundred pounds just to stand in a Que all day and then when you get to the end and then a load come along that have paid extra so they don't have to Que so you have to wait longer. In my opinion park is a total rip off and my daughter had more fun BlackBerry picking the week before I will never go again. I did email and complain and they said we could have half price tickets but to be honest would not bother again . Maybe that is why they are doing promotions at the moment trip advisor had a lot of bad reviews last year.
Only good time to go is not in the school holidays which I can't do as my daughter is school age.
Is this the same deal as kelloggs? Adults go free when paying a child price?
Its a free child ticket when purchasing an adult ticket and it can't be used with any other offer. Not as good as the vouchers on Kelloggs or Cadburys which can be used to get a free adult ticket.
Just re read my comment and I mean kids go free with paying adults. Think kelloggs might be slightly better deal as you pay the child price £5 cheaper than adult and the adult goes free.
Went last weekend. The Q Bot fast track queue system is a wind-up. You queue for ages, and the fast track people, q bot buyers, or season ticket holders just breeze straight pass you so the line you are in hardly moves.
I'm tempted to taking the kids there on a school day judging by your comments. I hate to queue.....
this is not hot. buy some coco pops. avoid this place in the hols they have absolutely no limit on how many folk they let in to the point the place is bursting and as you can't get on the rides you can buy Lego sets at rrp from the shop. New death star looks cool though.
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Just pick your day carefully. Last time I went it should have been renamed QueueLand, and even for the displays on the water, people started taking up the best spots an hour before the start.

It would be OK if you go outside school holidays, so ideally when your kid's school has an INSET day so it's not at the same time as all the other schools.
Came back yesterday from spending 2 days there. Hot dogs £4.25, 1 scoop icecream £3.50, Hot chocolate £2.75...

Take your own food and drink!

Came back yesterday from spending 2 days there. Hot dogs £4.25, 1 scoop … Came back yesterday from spending 2 days there. Hot dogs £4.25, 1 scoop icecream £3.50, Hot chocolate £2.75...Take your own food and drink!


Good thing they allow you to. Blackpool pleasure beach search your bags and confiscate any food you try to bring in!

Went last weekend. The Q Bot fast track queue system is a wind-up. You … Went last weekend. The Q Bot fast track queue system is a wind-up. You queue for ages, and the fast track people, q bot buyers, or season ticket holders just breeze straight pass you so the line you are in hardly moves.



I always buy a Q Bot when I go - its a right laugh looking at the faces of the peasants waiting in the proper line as we breeze past!

LOL
Edited by: "horsepills" 3rd Jun 2016
I got conned into buying an adult ticket at the Trafford Centre, Manchester. My two boys had a "FREE" ticket each and the idea was they went in on their own (they are 12 and 13) No, under 16 have to be accompanied by an adult. Total con.

Good thing they allow you to. Blackpool pleasure beach search your bags … Good thing they allow you to. Blackpool pleasure beach search your bags and confiscate any food you try to bring in!



That just isn't true.

I'm no fan of their daft "picnic policy" but they don't confiscate your food!
could you use the 2 sun tickets as qualifying adult tickets ?

could you use the 2 sun tickets as qualifying adult tickets ?



"The vouchers are not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, 2 Day Pass, Annual Pass, group booking, on-line tickets, rail inclusive offers, pre-bookings or pre-purchased tickets."

Seems like they can only be used with full-price pay on the gate Adult tickets.

That just isn't true.I'm no fan of their daft "picnic policy" but they … That just isn't true.I'm no fan of their daft "picnic policy" but they don't confiscate your food!


They don't if you pay £4 for a locker. Win-win for them. If you do eat it outside you share a small piece of grass with all the smokers. They've lost my custom anyway.
We went last weekend, over 60 minutes wait time for each attraction make sure to get Q bot if you want to actually enjoy it.
We had 2 days at Legoland ( kids go free/2nd day free), stayed at novotel heathrow hotel ( lovely hotel, breakfast included & lots of attractions for kids !) and payed £180 for 4 of us, well worth !
Is this just hot due to misleading post? you can always get BOGOF tickets
How much does q bot cost per person? Is it £20 each or £20 per group
Edited by: "daniellndn" 3rd Jun 2016
Lego land isn't worth the petrol money,most over rate,out dated,run down theme park I've ever been ... Very disappointed

How much does q bot cost per person? Is it £20 each or £20 per group


£20 per person

£20 per person


Thanks. Best practice queuing!

Thanks. Best practice queuing!



It is per person, but they allow a grown up to go on with a child - we usually get one and let the kids take turns using it

Is this just hot due to misleading post? you can always get BOGOF tickets



I thought the same, and in fact you can usually get better BOGOF tickets.

Came back yesterday from spending 2 days there. Hot dogs £4.25, 1 scoop … Came back yesterday from spending 2 days there. Hot dogs £4.25, 1 scoop icecream £3.50, Hot chocolate £2.75...Take your own food and drink!


Yeah, and you know these snack bags of chocs, like the one below, which is currently 50p in Iceland, well those are on sale for £3.95 in Legoland

http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/medias/sys_master/root/h20/h4a/8831074566174.jpg
Edited by: "rugman" 3rd Jun 2016

It is per person, but they allow a grown up to go on with a child - we … It is per person, but they allow a grown up to go on with a child - we usually get one and let the kids take turns using it


Not sure how it would work with 5 kids (2 families) but worth looking into. Thank you.

Yeah, and you know these snack bags of chocs, like the one below, which … Yeah, and you know these snack bags of chocs, like the one below, which is currently 50p in Iceland, well those are on sale for £3.95 in Legoland



Nobody is forcing you to buy any of this stuff. You ever heard of the supply and demand concept?
Smart people take their own food - it's really not that hard.

Nobody is forcing you to buy any of this stuff. You ever heard of the … Nobody is forcing you to buy any of this stuff. You ever heard of the supply and demand concept? Smart people take their own food - it's really not that hard.


Of course I've of heard of supply and demand, you don't need to be a smart **** to work that one out Einstein. I had read on an internet forum (like this one) that the prices were a massive rip off, that's why I took my own lunch, snacks and drinks.
You ever heard of passing on tips in a internet forum concept and being polite ? It's really not that hard

I went 6 weeks ago and had pretty much the whole park to ourselves, the … I went 6 weeks ago and had pretty much the whole park to ourselves, the kids loved it. It was that quite the ride operators were asking us if we wanted to stay on the ride when it finished! Definitely got my monies worth. Brilliant.


That's very unusual... what happened on that day? Rain?

you don't need to be a smart **** blah blah blah rant rant etc....



Yes I've heard of passing on tips - I've passed on one or two in this very thread, thanks. You on the other hand seem to post moans and rants. Why not sit down and have a nice cup of tea? Relax, and give your fingers a break from smashing them on your keyboard
Edited by: "horsepills" 3rd Jun 2016

Yes I've heard of passing on tips - I've passed on one or two in this … Yes I've heard of passing on tips - I've passed on one or two in this very thread, thanks. You on the other hand seem to post moans and rants. Why not sit down and have a nice cup of tea? Relax, and give your fingers a break from smashing them on your keyboard


I'm chilled, just don't rate Legoland. It's clear you're a fan, so we'll leave it at that.
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We went last weekend, over 60 minutes wait time for each attraction We went last weekend, over 60 minutes wait time for each attraction make sure to get Q bot if you want to actually enjoy it.We had 2 days at Legoland ( kids go free/2nd day free), stayed at novotel heathrow hotel ( lovely hotel, breakfast included & lots of attractions for kids !) and payed £180 for 4 of us, well worth !



​how did you do this, i qoute online and i ended up £288 2 days 1 night novotel four of us
Just bough lego city from argos but they not give any ticket
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