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Legoland Offer - 1 Night stay in hotel & 1 day park tickets from £25pp! (Based on family of 4 - 2A / 2C) @ Budget Family breaks *Updated*
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Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
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  1. Found 7th Apr
If you're looking for a budget family day out at Legoland, this it it. You'll get a night in a hotel with free parking and 1 day worth of park tickets which i think is a bargain, … Read more
SuperEd
SuperEd

gimmeadealplease

Guess you don't go to theme parks very often then. 40 mins is a pretty … Guess you don't go to theme parks very often then. 40 mins is a pretty short queue. Personal advice - stay away at busy periods (like next weekend - at least you went before half the country went onto half term!For those who don't mind waiting - I think Legoland is amazing!We got the annual passes through tesco 2 years ago and went about 10 times in the year.



THIS! We went in September last year for 2 days, stayed at the Hotel and had a brilliant time. Walked on everything. It's all about timing with LEGOLAND and all theme parks really. If you go on a bank holiday/during school holidays obviously it's going to be busy. No point moaning about it!

Recently came back from Legoland. It was busy on monday (bank holiday) and surprisingly busy on Tuesday too. Long waiting ques, Q Bot for an additional cost and lets you reserve the ride but only once the ride waiting time is up.
Overall lot of walk and few rides. We waited 45 minutes and ride time was less than 3 minutes.
Dont think I'll be going back to Legoland again.
Edited by: "asifbutt" 20th Apr

This is cheaper than buying tickets direct!

Any advice on the Q Bot please?

I am not visiting Legoland until they put some sort of cap on number of people allowed to start with. It's like herds are allowed to wonder as they like. Not surprise, why would they offer second day free /discounts, because management is aware that family of four would not have chance to get on all rides at least once in one day, looking at number of people allowed to graze in.

As mentioned on this forum and on previous thread, it's a queue land. I got two boys 7 & 4 and it's very difficult to keep them entertained for an hour while waiting for their turn to get on five minutes ride. I can go on for another half an hour but rather not waste my time. I will take my kids somewhere else and there are lots of places, where they can have decent day out for the money I pay for Legoland and top of that a lifetime memories of crying children while waiting on queue. NEVER AGAIN…..

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Legoland for family of four £99 budgetfamilybreaks
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Found 3rd Sep 2016Found 3rd Sep 2016
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  1. Found 3rd Sep 2016
LEGOLAND DEAL: Park entry on 24th September for FOUR people (2 adults 2 kids) hotel stay included for the night before at the Holiday Inn Farnborough. £118.62 all in!! Budget Famil… Read more

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Ripperoo

Ahh, I see! LOL Can I change my avatar now? X)


SO LOVE that you have!! X

Emily55

there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains … there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains loudly about Q jumpers to find out they are disabled.

Ahh, I see! LOL Can I change my avatar now? X)

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Ripperoo

I'm assuming that's an attempt to insult my good self?:DIt's wasted, but … I'm assuming that's an attempt to insult my good self?:DIt's wasted, but if you'd care to explain..........................


If you watch inbetweeners, there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains loudly about Q jumpers to find out they are disabled. Very funny and your Legoland rant reminded me of it. You should watch it

Emily55

Your not Will from The Inbetweeners by any chance are you?!?! Lol

I'm assuming that's an attempt to insult my good self?:D

It's wasted, but if you'd care to explain..........................

Original Poster

Ripperoo

Well, you're a lucky sod, aren't you!:DWe went at the end of August this … Well, you're a lucky sod, aren't you!:DWe went at the end of August this year and I don't think we'll ever go again!The park was so overcrowded on the two days we visited the park that we just could not believe it.Easily the worst I've ever seen it in over 10 years of going first with our eldest and then with our youngest (they are12 years apart oO).We actually travelled 325 miles each way and stayed in a hotel in between visits and still we only managed 2 rides the first day and one on the second day. Absolute waste of time and money!Totally spoiled by the the so-called disabled queue jumpers all of which seemed pretty mobile to me.And before anyone starts getting all defensive and butt-hurt by that comment, with "not all disabilities are visible you know', well the free VIP status of some of these individuals give genuine disabled people a bad name.I hear people say "Well my son is on the autistic spectrum and gets upset standing in queues", well sorry, but so does my son when having to spend 2.5 hours waiting in the baking sun to get on the 'Dragon's Apprentice' when he can see the same so-called 'disabled' people skipping and smiling onto the better rides via the exit and getting on within a few minutes.At Legoland last year, we observed no less than 10 people (all from the same party) get on the Green Dragon after walking past a queue that was at the 1.5 hour point because one of them had a disability. They had no Q-Bot and no shame either.I complained to Legoland customer service on that occasion, but they as much as said "tough luck"!


Your not Will from The Inbetweeners by any chance are you?!?! Lol
LEGOLAND Windsor £99 Park Entry and Hotel for family of four. October Half Term @ Budget Family Breaks
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Found 21st Sep 2014Found 21st Sep 2014
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  1. Found 21st Sep 2014
This deal is back on. Just booked for Sunday 26th for £99. You can probably beat this for just park entry (via various offers) but if you need a hotel stay then it's a good deal. … Read more

Yes, without qbot and with two little ones.

We were really surprised. It was really quiet on the Friday, busier on the Saturday but still easily manageable and we did the more popular rides on the Friday. Both days we got to the car park by 9:15am and left the park around 3:30pm. Like I say, did all the rides and shows and never queued for more than 10 mins (longest was the laser ride).

Overall we were really impressed with legoland. We have been to the USA theme parks lots of times and they do things so well, and we are usually pretty disappointed with UK theme parks. But, legoland seem to be having a good try at it.

We did two nights at the Holiday Inn Windsor Slough bed and breakfast for two kids and two adults, with two days park entry and car parking for £220. We thought that was a pretty good deal.

superdon

We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides … We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides with max of 10 minute queues. Get there early and its great.


Is that without Qbot?

We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides with max of 10 minute queues. Get there early and its great.

I agree with above... Went there few months ago and the queue were huge... Waiting for hours. I think we only covered about seven rides.
Legoland keeps letting people in, I don't think they have a limit.
If they had their way I think they will let the whole country in, and maybe get at least one ride, lol.

4 of us went in summer holidays. We bought Q-Bots for £30 each which is a lot of money but live 250 miles away so not likely we would be doing it again. Without them we would have got on hardly anything. The queues were insane!!! Kids loved it but be warned you will spend hour after hour queuing unless you pau for the qbots. Would not rush back there ourselves even though we enjoyed it, overall cost is just too much
LegoLand Even Better Price Hotel & Tickets From £24.75PP @ Budgetfamilybreaks
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Found 19th Jun 2014Found 19th Jun 2014
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  1. Found 19th Jun 2014
A similar deal has been posted before, but I believe this to be the cheapest from only £24.75 per person, which includes hotel stay and entrance tickets to LegoLand, so a family of… Read more

My 4yo has been desperate to go for ages! Have booked for Sept, he'll burst when he finds out! £119 for 4 of us, with hotel and breakfast. Tickets online would have been £101, so 18 quid for B&B is amazing!

This is a good price

TCB is 9.59% too...

shows as £9.85 for me

Seems like a great price have a night there and then pay the stupid money for at the lego hotel.
1 day at Legoland + Hotel from £99 for a family of 4 (Can be had cheaper if smaller family) + more  - Some include weekends!  @ Budget Family Breaks
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Found 13th May 2014Found 13th May 2014
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  1. Found 13th May 2014
1 day at legoland then a night in a hotel - seems pretty big saving as tickets on their own are nearly these prices This includes ALL the park & waterpark (confirmed via phon… Read more
SuperEd
SuperEd

any hotels near lego land for two adults and two children?

Booked for on the 17th/18th

All booked up! Great deal, thank you

Good deal but am tempted to book via their own site as you get 1 day + 1 free and hotel for about £40-£60 more again cheaper than the tickets themselves, heat added.

book myself, my wife and my 2 sons to go in august for £116 and only 5 miles from legoland

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Free Hotel Stay when you purchase a Family ticket at legoland £109 @ Budget Family Breaks
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Found 28th Mar 2013Found 28th Mar 2013
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  1. Found 28th Mar 2013
Purchase a family ticket for 4 family members starting from £109 in total and you'll get a free hotel room, with breakfast at a nearby hotel. To book your free hotel stay, simply … Read more

Booked premier inn Bracknell centre for £25 on 1st sept (blackout date posted offer), Kelloggs adult go free offer + hotel takes it to about £100 at a much closer hotel for 4.
Not a brilliant deal

i called today to make reservations to hotel and legoland...
the offer on show said Free Hotel stay inc school holidays...
in very faint writing it says applies to selected hotels.. yes hotels..plural not single hotel misleading you into
thinking more then one choice.....
When i called today I was told the only hotel [single] they ever had for this offer was 25 miles away from Legoland in Basingstoke..
I asked if any other hotel was ever in this offer and was told no.....
when i said what was on advert he told me to click onto the advert and in very very small writing was the information as follows; ***** Terms and conditions apply. Lead price is based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing Thursday — Sunday at the Hilton Basingstoke during term time. £55.60 saving is based on the gate price of a day's entry at LEGOLAND of £164.60 for a family of four. Offer subject to change and availability.*****
What a con when the advert clearly says NEAR LEGOLAND...... and suggests more then 1 hotel....

Basingstoke really is quite a trek from legoland..I agree Bracknell is great base and the travelodge at Frimley is lovely.

stay at Bracknell Central Travelodge - only 15 mins away, free carpark, modern build and 2 mins walk to Wetherspoons for brekkie - can get for £19 night.

Good deal but Basingstoke? That's 30 miles away!
Get 7% off Breaks + Free Hotel Stay when you book your Legoland Tickets @ Budget Family Breaks
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Found 31st Mar 2012Found 31st Mar 2012
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  1. Found 31st Mar 2012
Just received an email from Budget Family Breaks, with regards to a 7% discount promotion and a LEGOLAND promotion they currently have running on their website. Offer runs until 3… Read more

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Link now fixed, should auto deduct the 7% at checkout stage

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