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Cheap Legoland Tickets! Includes overnight Stay & Park Tickets £99 (for a family of four) @ HolidayPirates
Cheap Legoland Tickets! Includes overnight Stay & Park Tickets £99 (for a family of four) @ HolidayPirates

Cheap Legoland Tickets! Includes overnight Stay & Park Tickets £99 (for a family of four) @ HolidayPirates

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Cheap LEGOLAND breaks -
Includes overnight Stay & Park Tickets for a family of four during Sept & Oct - £25pp / £99 for a family of four

ALL WEEKENDS IN SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER AVAILABLE AT TIME OF WRITING!! Be Quick - These dates will go fast
Lots of availability on weekday dates too..

Summer Hols dates also available @ £113 per family per night

If you try and add extra family members or extra nights, the price will increase

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Original Poster

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Wow..............I want to go even on my own

Original Poster

Hersheymad

Wow..............I want to go even on my own



Do it!

Holidaypirates

Do it!

Im working out a date actually as I type thanks for posting btw

Is it only 1 day at legoland? Thx

Hot for the accommodation, but Legoland itself is a waste of time/money

33 miles from Legoland! No thanks

UnicornRiver

Cold as actually nothing to do with Holiday Pirates It's a deal from … Cold as actually nothing to do with Holiday Pirates It's a deal from BudgetFamilyBreaks.co.uk Direct Link



Oh for gods sake, what does that matter? You are not voting based on where the deal has come from, You are voting on the actual deal. Nice find OP, Cant please everyone eh (_;)

Aiden1512

Oh for gods sake, what does that matter? You are not voting based on … Oh for gods sake, what does that matter? You are not voting based on where the deal has come from, You are voting on the actual deal. Nice find OP, Cant please everyone eh (_;)


Deal is also not great - Always tickets around for adult going free with child, so 2 kids tickets and free adults is £62.10 Leaving a deal for a hotel 33 miles away at £37 or £50 Meh - Thanks, but no thanks!

Legoland is aimed almost exclusively at Children, not adults and kids like Alton Towers. As such it is a great destination for 5-14 year olds! This is a decent deal if you need an overnight stay. As we have Merlin passes we stay at Slough Travelodge for a lot less...but heat!

Not such a great deal as you only get one day in the park. May as well travel morning and night and save some money, providing you don't live too far.
Plus, the cheap option was for a premier inn over 30 miles away.

For a moment I thought it was for the Legoland hotel. Now that would have been a deal.

Hot deal thanks. £103 for park tickets and a hotel 16 miles away when we live 100 miles away is well worth it. I was planning on using our kelloggs free adult with paying child and finding a cheap B and B, then maybe using Kellogg's vouchers for windsor castle the next day. This is far cheaper than anything I've seen thank you. Heat!!

Don't forget TCB also (8-10%)

Good deal for people coming from long distance. Not voting either way.

Just come back from there last week. Had two days in the park and stayed at the Comfort Heathrow all for £161. Kids loved it and so did we!!

Got mine for 107, tbh It wasn't much more expensive to go in a few weeks time.

Travelodge in Uxbridge is a good choice if you can get a cheap room there, only 12 miles away and it's at the end of the tube line for trips into London if you're stopping a few days.

Just booked for 18th October. have some heat

Live about 3 hours away but notice the gates don't open until 10am so a 6-7am start not too bad.

Holiday Inn was offered for £91 for 2 adults and 1 child.... but Opted for the Hilton £15 more as it's 10 miles closer, a little bit plusher, more kids stuff and also breakfast was included in the price


I know nobody pays full price the adult tickets alone are normally £45 each.

Banned

Aiden1512

Oh for gods sake, what does that matter? You are not voting based on … Oh for gods sake, what does that matter? You are not voting based on where the deal has come from, You are voting on the actual deal. Nice find OP, Cant please everyone eh (_;)



Except that each click to buy this gives commission to Holiday Pirates / HUKD for simply plonking a deal from another website on their own deals section. They profit from another company's deal. Ethics does come into it to a certain degree.



Wow where did all these holiday pirates posts suddenly appear from or are they sunshine stacy posts renamed

These deals are for lazy people. This is not a Legoland break, its a nights accommodation in Reading, with tkts for a theme park 33 miles away.

If you want to Legoland on the cheap, have a look at what is available yourself.

IE book travelodge Sunday 7th September Heathrow (4 miles from Windsor/Legoland) currently £22 for night, then get tkts off ebay - loads on BIN for £13 each. Works out much less.

UnicornRiver

Deal is also not great - Always tickets around for adult going free with … Deal is also not great - Always tickets around for adult going free with child, so 2 kids tickets and free adults is £62.10 Leaving a deal for a hotel 33 miles away at £37 or £50 Meh - Thanks, but no thanks!


Usually the free adult entry with kids tickets are for those bought on the day and not valid for advance purchase, so your talking £82.80 - certainly this is the case with the Kellogg's ones.

Anyone know if you get the 2nd day free entry to park with this deal?? Thanks xx

Teznicholls

Anyone know if you get the 2nd day free entry to park with this deal?? … Anyone know if you get the 2nd day free entry to park with this deal?? Thanks xx



def not. If you want two days there you are better to buy a merlin annual pass, then do Thorpe park, chessington and London eye/aquarium whilst you are down there. stay at Chertsey Travelodge then all parks within 20 mins and direct train to waterloo for London attractions.

Thanks!! Xx

Was there on Monday, what an absolte rip off, 1.5hrs for some rides and ALL of the rides were absolute garbage compared to other theme parks. This is nothing more than a poor theme park with a Lego badge on it. Food and drink prices are way higher than any similar park.

Teznicholls

Anyone know if you get the 2nd day free entry to park with this deal?? … Anyone know if you get the 2nd day free entry to park with this deal?? Thanks xx



If you go to the LegoLand website you can book 1 day and get the next day free. legolandholidays.co.uk/
Prices jump up about £40/50 on a weekend date. I've booked the 24th October which is a Friday and we'll get the free day being the Saturday. It was £138 for a family of 4 for the hotel 8 miles away or it was £124 for a hotel 29 miles away.
Edited by: "imafruitbasket" 12th Sep 2014

If you spend a bit of time online you can find similar deals yourself. I got Tesco's offer of £17.50 per ticket x 3, for two days, so £105.50 and a Premier Inn for £39 which is only 15mins away or one for £29 which is half an hour away, so £144.50 / £134.50 for 2 days tickets and an overnight stay for a family of four with one under two.

This is during the half term break, you just need to look :-)
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