50% off ticket prices at Legoland Windsor £16.20 @ Groupon
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50% off ticket prices at Legoland Windsor £16.20 @ Groupon

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Found 15th Aug 2011
50% of child and adult ticket prices

Child £16.20
Adult £20.70

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Went in June with 7x adults in total & only bought 7x tickets (14 people) which still comes out much cheaper than any deals out there, even 2for1. Also remember to buy the £2 standard parking ticket at same time as you will need to scan this when you leave. Don't bother with the premium parking as it not that very far from the main entrance. Remember QC/TCB also.

Legoland Tickets (1 adult + 1 child under 6) - £15 @ Legoland via http://www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/parentandtoddler/

Follow the link & press 'Buy Now' to see the details of the offer.

The tickets that you print neither mentions adult or child or the age of child allowed. We visited & noticed that there was no one to check as you need to go to turnstiles straight away & scan the tickets yourself, so there is no checking done. The catch is to go only on weekdays allowed during term time. Offer is not valid on weekends.

If I was really cheeky. I could have just bought 4x tickets (8 people) instead of 7x tickets (14 people) & save myself a package. The standard charges that these theme parks charges are an absolute rip-off.

Adult (16 years +) & Preschooler (3-5 years)

Our Price £12.50 VAT = £2.50 YOU PAY = £15.00

Children under 3 go FREE!

*Terms and Conditions
1. Validity limited to the following dates: April (1, 4-8, 26-28), May (5-6, 9, 12-13, 16-20, 23-27, June (6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-30), July (1, 4-8, 11-15,18-22), September (5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26, 29-30), October (3, 6-7, 10, 13-14, 17, 20-21, 31). Please confirm opening dates and times in advance of your visit.
2. This voucher entitles 1 adult (16 years and over) and 1 preschooler (aged 3-5 years) entry to LEGOLAND Windsor on the dates stated above for £15.00 (incl. VAT)
3. Voucher must be presented upon entrance and surrendered at the ticket booth.
4. Entrance for children under three years of age is free.
5. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, 2 Day Pass, Annual or Family Passes, group booking, advanced booking, on-line tickets or rail inclusive offers.
6. Height, age and weight restrictions apply on some rides.
7. Guests under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 16 or over.
8. This voucher is not for re-sale, is non-refundable and non-transferable.
9. LEGOLAND® Windsor reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to refuse entry and to close and/or alter all or any part of the facilities including closure of rides and/or attractions for technical, operational, health and safety or other reasons including over

* Saving based on adult and child (aged 3-5 years) mid-week walk up admission prices inclusive of VAT
Cheaper for midweek. No good for weekends!!
loll1es

That's great but both my kids are over 5 years old. A 2for1 voucher is … That's great but both my kids are over 5 years old. A 2for1 voucher is adult full price ticket at £41.40 to get a kid in with you, where this deal get an adult and a child in for £5 cheaper. It's also midweek only, where as groupon is any day. I do wish people would get their facts straight before dissing a good deal



It's just an alternative option as I wasn't dissing your post. As a matter of fact, I have added heat. Sure, it's not one size fits all but if in your case if you have 1x adult + 2x child over 5 years old going during the weekday then why not just get 1x Parent & Toddler ticket to cover yourself as a adult @ £15, this includes a Toddler (Preschooler 3-5 years) via legoland.co.uk/Pla…er/. Forget the Toddler ticket as he/she decides to have a sick day & stay at home having a house party then buy 2x child tickets @ £16.20 each via Groupon. You get QC/TCB also but not Groupon hence some savings.

But if your 2x child don't look that old to a 5 year old then it's worth a gamble as I said before that we visited & noticed that there was no one to check as you need to go to turnstiles straight away & scan the tickets yourself, so there is no checking done. That place does get very busy so not every turnstile (can't remember but there's more than five turnstiles) is gonna be manned all the times. If you are that concerned for been age checked then buy 2x Groupon child tickets but it's not that neccessary. It's your choice if you're feeling flush with money. You pay your money, you took a choice.

Don't forget to bring your driving licence, passports & birth certificates for everyone as well as the Legoland staff are rigorously clamping down & start checking every person with intimate or invasive strip searches for any guns, knives, explosives, compressed gases, aerosols, flammable liquids and solids, drugs & any other peranafailure substances/chemicals. Bring a cushion as you will need it for the rides after been searched! They use big tablespoons but don't worry they have some KY Jelly.!

lol...Forget the last paragraph.

P.S. I paid for 7x Parent & Toddler tickets, a total of 14 people when we had 7x adults going only. I could have easily passed the 7x Toddler tickets to anyone else on the day & Legoland would be none the wiser as it was already paid for. The tickets were not individually marked "Adult" or "Toddler" but "ONLINE ADT 1DAY PRE SCHOOL", so they all look the same apart from the sequencial barcodes.
Heat added, a good saving for the 3 of us, thanks.
Fantastic, we had decided to go tomorrow already! Many thanks for posting, we usually take our kids with their Blue Peter badges for free entry but this works out even cheaper!
veedubjai

Went in June with 7x adults in total & only bought 7x tickets (14 people) … Went in June with 7x adults in total & only bought 7x tickets (14 people) which still comes out much cheaper than any deals out there, even 2for1. Also remember to buy the £2 standard parking ticket at same time as you will need to scan this when you leave. Don't bother with the premium parking as it not that very far from the main entrance. Remember QC/TCB also.Legoland Tickets (1 adult + 1 child under 6) - £15 @ Legoland via http://www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/parentandtoddler/Follow the link & press 'Buy Now' to see the details of the offer.The tickets that you print neither mentions adult or child or the age of child allowed. We visited & noticed that there was no one to check as you need to go to turnstiles straight away & scan the tickets yourself, so there is no checking done. The catch is to go only on weekdays allowed during term time. Offer is not valid on weekends.If I was really cheeky. I could have just bought 4x tickets (8 people) instead of 7x tickets (14 people) & save myself a package. The standard charges that these theme parks charges are an absolute rip-off.Adult (16 years +) & Preschooler (3-5 years)Our Price £12.50 VAT = £2.50 YOU PAY = £15.00Children under 3 go FREE!*Terms and Conditions1. Validity limited to the following dates: April (1, 4-8, 26-28), May (5-6, 9, 12-13, 16-20, 23-27, June (6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-30), July (1, 4-8, 11-15,18-22), September (5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26, 29-30), October (3, 6-7, 10, 13-14, 17, 20-21, 31). Please confirm opening dates and times in advance of your visit. 2. This voucher entitles 1 adult (16 years and over) and 1 preschooler (aged 3-5 years) entry to LEGOLAND Windsor on the dates stated above for £15.00 (incl. VAT) 3. Voucher must be presented upon entrance and surrendered at the ticket booth. 4. Entrance for children under three years of age is free. 5. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, 2 Day Pass, Annual or Family Passes, group booking, advanced booking, on-line tickets or rail inclusive offers. 6. Height, age and weight restrictions apply on some rides.7. Guests under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 16 or over. 8. This voucher is not for re-sale, is non-refundable and non-transferable. 9. LEGOLAND® Windsor reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to refuse entry and to close and/or alter all or any part of the facilities including closure of rides and/or attractions for technical, operational, health and safety or other reasons including over* Saving based on adult and child (aged 3-5 years) mid-week walk up admission prices inclusive of VAT


I'm tempted to try this myself, we're a family of 4 (2 adults, 4 year old and 6 year old). The kids have an inset day on a Monday at the end of Sept and I'm wondering if we'd get away with using 2 of the parent and toddler vouchers.
Edited by: "sam84uk" 15th Aug 2011
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