Book A Family Short Break for 1 Night or More Throughout Best Price Ever Sale - Short Breaks from £28.50pppn + Includes Tickets into Legoland, Hotel Stay and Breakfast! Plus You'll Get a 2nd Day in the Park Absolutely Free @ Legoland
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Book A Family Short Break for 1 Night or More Throughout Best Price Ever Sale - Short Breaks from £28.50pppn + Includes Tickets into Legoland, Hotel Stay and Breakfast! Plus You'll Get a 2nd Day in the Park Absolutely Free @ Legoland

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Found 28th Aug 2011
Book a family short break for 1 night or more throughout Best Price Ever Sale - Short breaks from £28.50 per person!

Book a family short break at LEGOLAND any time from now until the end of season and take advantage of our BEST EVER PRICES!

You can enjoy a fabulous family adventure from just £114 for a family of four - that's £28.50 per person! Or visit on the next event day, Amazing Machines, and prices start from £156 for a family of four.

This amazing price includes tickets into LEGOLAND, hotel stay and breakfast! Plus you'll get a 2nd day in the park absolutely FREE, so you'll have an extra day to enjoy your favourite rides!

These low prices apply for all stay dates, including school holidays! It's a deal that's too good to miss!

Book your family break today to make the most of these great prices!

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Legoland is really crap.. i would aviod. paultons park is so much better and thorpe park etc.

This is the cheapest I can find, even just to get into the park.

Anybody better this?

Many thanks! been waiting for a good deal to take the kids, and managed to book for family of four _ two days legoland and one night hotel for £144 - pretty good value!

Also known as Queue land Get there as early as possible!

Actually if you can go when its not busy I'm sure its great for the kids. There is very often many buy one get one free offers.

And if you know its going to be busy Queue bot is worth getting
Edited by: "Mikiex" 28th Aug 2011

Mikiex

Also known as Queue land



And WASPLAND

Mikiex

Also known as Queue land Get there as early as possible!Actually if … Also known as Queue land Get there as early as possible!Actually if you can go when its not busy I'm sure its great for the kids. There is very often many buy one get one free offers.And if you know its going to be busy Queue bot is worth getting



Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You sell so many tickets that people are having massive waits to get on rides. You then charge those that can afford it £10, £30 or £70 for a certain class of Queue bot to jump your own queues.

Am I missing something here but does that not make the ordinary suckers who pay to get in and queue "manually" into 4th class customers, who are getting a bad deal.

Plum

Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You … Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You sell so many tickets that people are having massive waits to get on rides. You then charge those that can afford it £10, £30 or £70 for a certain class of Queue bot to jump your own queues.Am I missing something here but does that not make the ordinary suckers who pay to get in and queue "manually" into 4th class customers, who are getting a bad deal.



Used to be free at Alton Towers , you got your ticket near the ride and it gave you an allocated time to return, great idea but then they got greedy and started charging grrr

The QBot is good (it's like the pagers they give you at Hard Rock Cafes), it's just a shame they come with the ability to rip you off. Disney do a similar thing (also free), where you scan your park ticket to 'virtually queue' for one ride while actually queueing for another, but not a lot of people know about it. Legoland is great for kids (mine are 6 and 4), but I get fed up with it due to all the queueing, wandering about, overcharging for everything, the list goes on.

Thread title is misleading, says short breaks from £28.50 per night when it is actually £114 per night

£28.50 per person per night

Misleading title!

smudgemobile

And WASPLAND


LOL.

hornblowerracing

This is the cheapest I can find, even just to get into the park.Anybody … This is the cheapest I can find, even just to get into the park.Anybody better this?


raring2go.co.uk/off…php
£80.00 for a family of four.
i phoned legoland and they confrimed that they acept the vouchers you print off.
Edited by: "justabout72" 28th Aug 2011

smudgemobile

And WASPLAND



Oh dear, not been recently then - that was soooo 2010. Went recently and not a wasp in sight !

Literally just come home from Chessington today (merlin pass holders), and I totally agree Fastpass / q-Bot etc are a total rip off. Yes we splashed out on merlin passes, but refuse to pay every time we're there for fast passes. At it's height today, the queue for the Vampire was 90 minutes - an hour and half for ONE ride. The queue would be quicker if it wasn't for the queue of people at the ride exit waving fast passes - these parks are becomming two tier parks for those with money and those without - but then isn't that what enterprise is all about ???

Dinsney on the other hand don't charge for fast passes - much much better system, open to everyone.

Oh voted hot by the way, great deal for hotel and park entry:-)

Plum
Mikiex
Also known as Queue land Get there as early as possible!

Actually if you can go when its not busy I'm sure its great for the kids. There is very often many buy one get one free offers.

And if you know its going to be busy Queue bot is worth getting


Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You sell so many tickets that people are having massive waits to get on rides. You then charge those that can afford it £10, £30 or £70 for a certain class of Queue bot to jump your own queues.

Am I missing something here but does that not make the ordinary suckers who pay to get in and queue "manually" into 4th class customers, who are getting a bad deal.

YEP YOU'RE RIGHT THERE - QUEBOT IS SO INSULTING TO THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE PAID TO SUPPORT THIS RIP OFF PARK!

Plum

Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You … Well never heard of Queue bots before. That is an amazing concept. You sell so many tickets that people are having massive waits to get on rides. You then charge those that can afford it £10, £30 or £70 for a certain class of Queue bot to jump your own queues.Am I missing something here but does that not make the ordinary suckers who pay to get in and queue "manually" into 4th class customers, who are getting a bad deal.



Yeah, went there last Tuesday (using Tesco vouchers thankfully), even at midday queues were 45mins. to an hour; displayed queueing times were wildly optimistic. Rides are OK for pre teens I suppose; food, drinks etc. predictably expensive. Would've felt well ripped off at anything like full price.

They do seem to have cracked the wasp problem though.

mysmith

Legoland is really crap.. i would aviod. paultons park is so much better … Legoland is really crap.. i would aviod. paultons park is so much better and thorpe park etc.



In your opinion

justabout72

http://www.raring2go.co.uk/offerMenu.php£80.00 for a family of four.i … http://www.raring2go.co.uk/offerMenu.php£80.00 for a family of four.i phoned legoland and they confrimed that they acept the vouchers you print off.



I don't get how this is a good deal, the OP has posted the deal includes 2 days entry plus hotel & breakfast, yet your Raring2Go deal is £80 for 4 people, so would be £160 for 2 days PLUS hotel?

Don't mean to sound narky, just curious as to how this could be better?

Thanks

Thanks op

legoland is ****

boltyboy

In your opinion



In terms of roller coaster type rides either is far better than Legoland, which has 'The Dragon' and that's about it; depends what you're after really. Legoland even have the cheek to gouge an extra 2 quid (or 6 quid close to the entrance) for parking, that's really taking the pee.

in my opinion only.... do not waste your hard earned at legoland- you will be dissappointed!!!!

You can enjoy a fabulous family adventure from just £114 for a family of four - that's £28.50 per person! Or visit on the next event day, Amazing Machines, and prices start from £156 for a family of four.

Is it 114 or 156 for a family of four?

emailaddty

You can enjoy a fabulous family adventure from just £114 for a family of … You can enjoy a fabulous family adventure from just £114 for a family of four - that's £28.50 per person! Or visit on the next event day, Amazing Machines, and prices start from £156 for a family of four. Is it 114 or 156 for a family of four?



I read that as from 114 quid for 'normal' days and 156 quid on special events days.

Alternatively... get a Ryanair flight to Billund and a package staying at the Zleep Hotel, which is walking distance to the original Legoland park.

http://www.legolandholidays.dk/accommodationcatalogue/max-10-km-to-legoland/zleep-hotel-billund/3013-GL2.htm

Did this last year and it actually worked out cheaper than doing the one in the UK, even including the airport car parking. You don't need a hire car out there either.
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