Free Legoland Ticket with Little Dish Meal
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Free Legoland Ticket with Little Dish Meal

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Found 11th Apr 2013
Just bought one of the new Little Dish meals in Asda and it has a sticker on it for Legoland. For each sticker you get one kids ticket to Legoland-- can't wait to take my son next weekend! The promo runs until August so there's plenty of time to plan your trip.

I think they're in Asda, Tesco, Waitrose, and Ocado (I think they're only here at the moment)

So not only do you get a great meal but you also get a small holiday with it!

Cheers!

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Is this not the usually buy one get one free deal. The kellogs deal us better buy the child ticket for £36 and the adult ticket £45 is free.

Yeah, is this not 'One child goes free when you pay full entrance price for one adult' or is it a true free ticket with no other purchase necessary? Thanks

Have just checked on the 'Little Dish' website. Unfortunately, you do need to buy a full price adult ticket to get the free kids ticket.

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True, you do have to purchase an adult ticket as well. If you want more info here's a link to their website with all the information:

littledish.co.uk/eve…tml

On a side note, Lego land is not all its cracked up to be. I'm sure you kid will love it but its always busy had fiends go and been myself once and once only. Much of yu day is spent in ques aprrox and 1 hour wait or more for some rides. Really not worth it. Kids liked it but got hacked off with the ques. The thing with folks at LEGOLAND is they will just keep letting people in thousands and thousands then come ride time you have a nightmare along with people and qbots who get to walk on as they pay more which is worth every penny if you do go. I would get one if I did but sadly this makes the waiting for everyone else a git.

My advice find somewhere less money driving and more family orientated on the kids having fun.

That said I hope you have a nice time.

We were excited at going even me but it was a huge let down.
Edited by: "soulman123" 11th Apr 2013

I agree with soulman I took my 4 kids and was very dissapointed we took them out of school for the day hoping would be quieter but got to go on 5 things all day the pirate show was good but so busy kids couldn't see well... Wouldn't go back at all.

soulman123

On a side note, Lego land is not all its cracked up to be. I'm sure you … On a side note, Lego land is not all its cracked up to be. I'm sure you kid will love it but its always busy had fiends go and been myself once and once only. Much of yu day is spent in ques aprrox and 1 hour wait or more for some rides. Really not worth it. Kids liked it but got hacked off with the ques. The thing with folks at LEGOLAND is they will just keep letting people in thousands and thousands then come ride time you have a nightmare along with people and qbots who get to walk on as they pay more which is worth every penny if you do go. I would get one if I did but sadly this makes the waiting for everyone else a git.My advice find somewhere less money driving and more family orientated on the kids having fun.That said I hope you have a nice time.We were excited at going even me but it was a huge let down.


We've been end of April - Zero queue's
Also in Oct - Zero queeu's

I'm sure if you google someone has put out a list out of the quieter day's ..

Again both outside of School Holudys

We went one weekend in September last year after the kids had gone to school. Arrived on a Saturday morning. Weather was amazing, queues for rides and attractions were absolutely hideous and went on about 5 things all day. Went back to the park the next day, weather was hideous (POURING with rain) and got on absolutely every single ride in the place. Bought the attractive rain ponchos and off we went!!

Fairplay, I'd say you got lucky. I did my homework, I read the guides, tips and planned it like a strategic military mission hitting all the good rides first that worked well. Pretty much starting from back to front. You are the first person I have heard praise the magic land of plastic brick. I'm glad you had a nice time, its a nice place we enjoyed it bar the above problems. Sounds like aim to go in the wet which wouldn't bother me.

£2 for the 'little dish' and you still need to buy the adult ticket. Probably cheaper to get the Kellogg's cereal. You only need to buy a child ticket, and you get the adult free. Cold.

Hey Soulman, I agree with you on most of the points you made in your first post as if we'd only gone for the one day when it was nice weather, we'd only have got on 5 rides so would've been as hacked off as you about the place. Guess we were lucky the weather was so bad on the Sunday (not something I ever thought I'd say!!).

heya monkey bum,

I know what you mean about the weather. I think you being there for 2 days was good as its massive!

I think what made it worse was getting caught in a 3hour odd trip back in to London (took 50 mins to get there) as I got caught up in the Olympic traffic. I pick the best times to do stuff lol

on a happier note as I seem to sound like doom and gloom I had a lovely ice cream hehe

what made the day was the kids they took all the que crap on the chin despite the sad look in their face when the qbit bods turned up. great kids they had more patience than me lol.

been thinking what to do this summer *rubs chin*
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