Free 14 Day unlimited use ticket for Legoland Florida + Transprtation when buying another theme park ticket (from selected list) @ Attraction Tickets
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Free 14 Day unlimited use ticket for Legoland Florida + Transprtation when buying another theme park ticket (from selected list) @ Attraction Tickets

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Found 8th May 2013
Not for everyone this deal. But for those going to Florida this year and buying theme park tickets, this is a great offer and a potential saving of £200.

Be quick only valid throughout the month of May.

his May take advantage of the most exciting and generous offer we have featured over the last 10 years!

Purchase any Orlando theme park ticket from the comprehensive list below and get a gift of a 14-Day Unlimited LEGOLAND® Florida Ticket worth £50 for adults and £45 for children (3-12yrs) - an incredible gift of up to £200 for a family of 4!

LEGOLAND® Florida is Central Florida's newest and 'funnest' world class theme park. Once described as the World's biggest toy box, it is ideally suited for families with young kids aged 2-12 and for the LEGO® fan. With over 50 million LEGO® bricks, LEGOLAND® Florida features over 50 rides and attractions that will excite and intrigue in equal measure. Ideally located just 45 minutes from both Orlando and Tampa, it's the perfect addition to your Florida holiday..

Explore great areas including 'City' - featuring a Driving School where children earn their first "driver's license" and families compete on Fun Town Fire Academy - a competitive ride that challenges families to get a fire truck from one side to another and put out a faux fire; Imagination Zone - where children can build on their imaginations and race cars against each other; DUPLO® Play Area - ideal for toddlers and their growing minds; Factory Tour - a first hand look at how LEGO® bricks are made from factory to finish; Castle Hill - a medieval area featuring an indoor/outdoor rollercoaster taking guests on a ride in and out of a castle where a dragon defends his treasure and Dino Island - where guests take a trip to prehistoric times and experience their first "thrill" ride.

Purchase any of the following tickets to qualify for this exciting LEGOLAND® Florida offer. Receive a gift of one 14-Day Unlimited LEGOLAND® Florida Ticket with each ticket purchased to a maximum of one ticket for each person on the booking.

Orlando Freedom Ticket
Orlando Freedom Ticket Plus
Disney & Universal Combo Ticket
Disney & SeaWorld Parks Combo Pass
4-Park Orlando Combo Ticket
5-Park Orlando Combo
6-Park Orlando Combo Ticket
Disney's 14 Day Ultimate Ticket
Disney's 21 Day Ultimate Ticket
Disney's 7 Day Premium Ticket
Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket
Universal 3-Park Bonus Ticket
3-Park SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Ticket
2-Park SeaWorld and Aquatica Ticket
2-Park SeaWorld and Busch Gardens
Orlando FlexTicket
Any Discovery Cove Package


Terms and Conditions.

The gift of a 14-Day Unlimited LEGOLAND® Florida Ticket is valid with all bookings containing the following tickets: Orlando Freedom Ticket, Orlando Freedom Ticket Plus, Disney & Universal Combo Ticket, Disney & SeaWorld Parks Combo Pass, 4-Park Combo Ticket, 5-Park Combo, 6-Park Combo Ticket, Ticket, Disney's 14 Day Ultimate Ticket, Disney's 21 Day Ultimate Ticket, Disney's 7 Day Premium Ticket, Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket, Universal 3-Park Bonus Ticket, 3-Park SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Ticket, 2-Park SeaWorld and Aquatica Ticket, 2-Park SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, Orlando FlexTicket and Orlando FlexTicket Plus and all Discovery Cove Packages.
Receive a gift of one 14-Day Unlimited LEGOLAND® Florida Ticket with each ticket purchased to a maximum of one ticket for each person on the booking.
Valid for all bookings made by 1-31 May 2013 and travelling to Orlando in 2013.
All tickets must be activated on or before 31 December 2013

31 Comments

We had a great price from these guy's after a bit of haggling.
We had the option of these tickets or a meal a Planet Hollywood, we took the meal.
Always find the best price and these will match.
We had a great price and took another £30 off and asked them to match and they did.
Real tickets as well with only a £10 deposit each.
Also they throw in some extras such as kids eat free and Florida Mall vouchers.

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Agreed - They've consistently been cheapest for our tickets for the last few years. Shame they've removed the "kids eat free" cards as a freebie, but this was trivial compared to saving £200. I'm well pleased with this offer. No way I could have afforded to also go to Legoland without it..
Edited by: "imiskeen" 8th May 2013

this is a good deal, but i have read on a forum that some people find other supplies better value if you don't intend to goto Lego.

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shack69

this is a good deal, but i have read on a forum that some people find … this is a good deal, but i have read on a forum that some people find other supplies better value if you don't intend to goto Lego.



Agreed - There are cheaper ways to buy Disney tickets. But ATD offer a price promise / match service. So if you find them cheaper, say for example @ orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk/ - Just get ATD to match them.

Excellent offer this can save you $$$

Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and the wife and our 2 kids, girl aged 7 and a boy aged 4. Have been before on our honeymoon (pre-kids) so know a fair bit about it but that was 11 years ago now so may be new parks out there.

Which ones would you recommend. Not up for the scary rides so don't think we will bother with Busch Gardens.

Looking at the 4 Disney's, both Universals and SeaWorld + Aquatica. With the Lego tickets thrown in I reckon that will be plenty. Not sure if to get the 14 day Disney passes or pay per park? May go back to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, but possibly not MGM and Epcot (only once)

Flights and hotel all booked (need to get car also).
Edited by: "wozwebs" 8th May 2013

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wozwebs

Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and … Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and the wife and our 2 kids, girl aged 7 and a boy aged 4. Have been before on our honeymoon (pre-kids) so know a fair bit about it but that was 11 years ago now so may be new parks out there. Which ones would you recommend. Not up for the scary rides so don't think we will bother with Busch Gardens.Looking at the 4 Disney's, both Universals and SeaWorld + Aquatica. With the Lego tickets thrown in I reckon that will be plenty. Not sure if to get the 14 day Disney passes or pay per park? May go back to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, but possibly not MGM and Epcot (only once)Flights and hotel all booked (need to get car also).



Whoa! That's a lot to cram into 14 days. It really depends on how old your kids are. Strongly recommend All Disney parks and Legoland for those younger than 10, thereafter Universal and Busch will be all they want to do. (From our experience) Mind you I've never met anyone who went to Florida and didn't go back a few more times, so I would advise to pace yourself, get the most out of Disney while you can and then maybe head back for the thrill ride parks in a few years time?

We tried to do it all on our first visit, and by the time we got home, we needed a holiday to get ove the holiday.

If you want to do some good research, the dibb is very useful. This is a great deal, wish we were going!

Not sure how good a deal it is to be honest...

frloridaescapes are £11 cheaper per person for universal and £9 cheaper for my 3 park seaworld tickets I need. I spoke to someone and they will price match BUT they remove the legoland tickets unless you pay their prices.

HTH

Darren.

wozwebs

Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and … Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and the wife and our 2 kids, girl aged 7 and a boy aged 4. Have been before on our honeymoon (pre-kids) so know a fair bit about it but that was 11 years ago now so may be new parks out there. Which ones would you recommend. Not up for the scary rides so don't think we will bother with Busch Gardens.Looking at the 4 Disney's, both Universals and SeaWorld + Aquatica. With the Lego tickets thrown in I reckon that will be plenty. Not sure if to get the 14 day Disney passes or pay per park? May go back to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, but possibly not MGM and Epcot (only once)Flights and hotel all booked (need to get car also).



Have a look at 7 day MYW tickets from Orlando Attractions for Disney parks these are what we usually buy,work out about £80 less than ultimates so the price difference nearly pays for the Universal/IOA tickets.

imiskeen

[quote=wozwebs] Mind you I've never met anyone who went to Florida and … [quote=wozwebs] Mind you I've never met anyone who went to Florida and didn't go back a few more times,



A friend of mine went with her husband years back and have never returned. They're in their 50s/60s and don't have kids so maybe that's why. I love the place though and would go every year if I could.

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junpit

Not sure how good a deal it is to be honest...frloridaescapes are £11 … Not sure how good a deal it is to be honest...frloridaescapes are £11 cheaper per person for universal and £9 cheaper for my 3 park seaworld tickets I need. I spoke to someone and they will price match BUT they remove the legoland tickets unless you pay their prices.HTHDarren.



I guess it depends how many tix you are buying? You only need to buy 1 per person so why not split the purchase across both vendors? Worst case a family of 4 you spnd and extra £44 to save £150'ish and you get another option for when the other parks are busy I guess?

Also - They price matched my tickets, but it was only by £8 so I guess it depends how much cheaper the other dealers are??
Edited by: "imiskeen" 8th May 2013

wozwebs

Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and … Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and the wife and our 2 kids, girl aged 7 and a boy aged 4. Have been before on our honeymoon (pre-kids) so know a fair bit about it but that was 11 years ago now so may be new parks out there. Which ones would you recommend. Not up for the scary rides so don't think we will bother with Busch Gardens.Looking at the 4 Disney's, both Universals and SeaWorld + Aquatica. With the Lego tickets thrown in I reckon that will be plenty. Not sure if to get the 14 day Disney passes or pay per park? May go back to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, but possibly not MGM and Epcot (only once)Flights and hotel all booked (need to get car also).



That's a lot of parks to do in 2 weeks. Get yourself over to The Dibb and you'll find a huge amount of information which should help you plan :). I definitely wouldn't skip any of the Disney parks if you've got kids.

jubblies

If you want to do some good research, the dibb is very useful. This is a … If you want to do some good research, the dibb is very useful. This is a great deal, wish we were going!




I highly reccomend the dibb too (Disney information bulletin board) Have been a member for years now and got many great tips and advice

wozwebs

Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and … Great spot, thanks. Going in October so will snap this deal up. Me and the wife and our 2 kids, girl aged 7 and a boy aged 4. Have been before on our honeymoon (pre-kids) so know a fair bit about it but that was 11 years ago now so may be new parks out there. Which ones would you recommend. Not up for the scary rides so don't think we will bother with Busch Gardens.Looking at the 4 Disney's, both Universals and SeaWorld + Aquatica. With the Lego tickets thrown in I reckon that will be plenty. Not sure if to get the 14 day Disney passes or pay per park? May go back to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, but possibly not MGM and Epcot (only once)Flights and hotel all booked (need to get car also).



Be wary of the parking costs, $14/$15 a day.
Hollywood studios (previously MGM) is excellent with toy story, disney junior section. Plus fantasmic, beauty and beast etc. I'm sure you will go more than once.
It's a shame to miss any parks but disney could easily take up 2 weeks. We miss out water parks as son is happy in water areas. We don't go to Busch gardens but do Universal and Sea world.
We also look to see if we would go twice within a yr, ie nov this yr, oct next and buy annual passes for the parks which saves over the two yrs and free parking included-a major bonus as we hop a lot!
Unless someone is mad on Lego, I'm not sure when it's be fitted in.

Thanks for the advice, think we will concentrate on Disney while the kids are young. I'm not a fan of the fast rides and I know in a few years time they'll be trying to drag me on the Hulk ride etc. I wasn't mad keen on Epcot last time, bit dull, so could do half a day there and half at a water park perhaps. Might give Legoland a miss seeing as there is one here and we only went there last year. Sea World was our favourite when we went so must do that again. Our hotel has free shuttle to Universal parks so will use those to save on parking on those days.

Conscious that they will get worn out easily too so will try and fit in some more chilled out days at the shops. Will no doubt want to go straight back there when we get home will play it by ear when we get there. We went to the Halloween Horror Nights at Universal back in 1999 and 2002 and were superb but not kid friendly (or wife, scared her witless). Our friends were there last Halloween and said the town of Celebration was fantastic and their kids went trick or treating etc. We'll be there last week of October, first of November.

Edited by: "wozwebs" 8th May 2013

Does anyone know where to get cheap one day tickets to Epcot? What's the best way to get them? Thanks.

A must for me is discovery cove.I booked via the American site last year and got the 14 days unlimited aquatica pass with it as we like to relax there.If the kids have not been here it is amazing but quiet expensive.Universal is great value for money and Disney is a must for younger kids. Epcot i think is like marmite I loved it and the fireworks are good here at night.I suppose it depends on what you like but check out reviews on trip adviser etc as these are pretty accurate.

A must for me is discovery cove.I booked via the American site last year and got the 14 days unlimited aquatica pass with it as we like to relax there.If the kids have not been here it is amazing but quiet expensive.Universal is great value for money and Disney is a must for younger kids. Epcot i think is like marmite I loved it and the fireworks are good here at night.I suppose it depends on what you like but check out reviews on trip adviser etc as these are pretty accurate.

i ordered a few days ago, got a great deal, discovery cove non swim for £107 each this includes day at discovery cove, plus bfast,dinner and drinks, includes 2 weeks unlimited to seaworld,aquatica and got the free legoland ticket, It,s a cracking deal, the food and drink at discovery cove alone would cost a fare bit.

Kids under 3 get in free to pretty much all disney, sea world and universal parks right?

Have some heat. However rang them up and this does not include the Legoland waterpark - just be aware. Anyone know if there are any offers on the door. e.g. Buy main park, get waterpark 1/2 price ??

Be aware that a 10 year old is an adult in the eyes of Disney and universal. Went last year year and had to buy adult tickets for our 10 and 11 year olds. Not sure Walt who created disney parks for somewhere that families to go out to enjoy together would have approved of today's marketing men!

liverman

i ordered a few days ago, got a great deal, discovery cove non swim for … i ordered a few days ago, got a great deal, discovery cove non swim for £107 each this includes day at discovery cove, plus bfast,dinner and drinks, includes 2 weeks unlimited to seaworld,aquatica and got the free legoland ticket, It,s a cracking deal, the food and drink at discovery cove alone would cost a fare bit.



Where did you get that one from - same place as OP's link?

Thanks OP, I've ordered Universal 2 Park tickets and get the Legoland tickets free, very happy. I could have got the Universal tickets £8 cheaper and enquired about the price promise. They would have reduced to match but without the Legoland tickets. Just leaves Disney tickets and the NASA ones to get now!

Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent deal. Things to be aware of though, it's just the theme park not the water park, and for a family of 4 ATD are about £75 more expensive than American Attractions and they wont price match if you take the legoland tickets, so in effect the deal is £75 for a family 14 day pass to legoland, which is great value if it's somewhere you want to go, otherwise use AA as they are cheaper. I spoke to ATD to see what alternatives there were but they just price match and couldn't really tell me why that was a good deal for me rather than buying from AA... just a good deal for them!

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eglons

Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent … Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent deal. Things to be aware of though, it's just the theme park not the water park, and for a family of 4 ATD are about £75 more expensive than American Attractions and they wont price match if you take the legoland tickets, so in effect the deal is £75 for a family 14 day pass to legoland, which is great value if it's somewhere you want to go, otherwise use AA as they are cheaper. I spoke to ATD to see what alternatives there were but they just price match and couldn't really tell me why that was a good deal for me rather than buying from AA... just a good deal for them!



You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets only it actually works out at £18 for an average family of four when compared to AA so it actually depends what tickets you are buying.

AA have always been good for Disney tix. It difficult to find the universal tix that much cheaper, they are generally the same price wherever you look.
Edited by: "imiskeen" 12th May 2013

imiskeen

You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets … You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets only it actually works out at £18 for an average family of four when compared to AA so it actually depends what tickets you are buying. ;)AA have always been good for Disney tix. It difficult to find the universal tix that much cheaper, they are generally the same price wherever you look.



Actually I was looking at Universal/Seaworld 6 park passes for 4 which work out £75 more expensive. Although I could just get the seaworld 3 park pass in this booking and effectively pay £32 for the legoland passes... just dont think I'd use them though... I emailed them and they said to wait until next month as the offers change monthly, does anyone know if the offers are usually this good?

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eglons

Actually I was looking at Universal/Seaworld 6 park passes for 4 which … Actually I was looking at Universal/Seaworld 6 park passes for 4 which work out £75 more expensive. Although I could just get the seaworld 3 park pass in this booking and effectively pay £32 for the legoland passes... just dont think I'd use them though... I emailed them and they said to wait until next month as the offers change monthly, does anyone know if the offers are usually this good?



Yeah, it definitely won't suit all park combos. I'm only going to go to Legoland as a change of scenery and to tick the box. I doubt the kids will want to go back after one visit, so for me it beats paying for it.

Just ordered WDW Tickets, going with my 7yo in July and he is lego daft..happy daze, heat added
Edited by: "Blackwater" 18th May 2013

Heads up - this is back on again
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