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Legoland - Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets + Kids Eat Free (Select Hotels)  from £151 based on family of 4 @ Legoland
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Legoland - Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets + Kids Eat Free (Select Hotels) from £151 based on family of 4 @ Legoland

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Posted 18th Apr
Legoland Holidays have just extended the Kids Play FREE (which was meant to end today) until 28th April & have included more dates in May and June, plus May Half term and the final week of the Easter Holidays

Some prices are even cheaper than they were a few months ago too - now starting from just £151 (£37.75pp) for a family of 4

Short Breaks include

A nights stay at a nearby Hotel

2 days entrance into Legoland Windsor Theme Park

Kids Eat FREE at the Hotel, Goodie bags / other treats (Depending on Hotel)

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Some dates with great prices that I have found below (prices correct at time of posting)

Holiday Inn Reading South - Kids Under 12 eat FREE & Kids Goody Bag

Dates available - April 26/29 May 10/17 June 6/7 - Price £153 for a family of 4

Dates available - April 27/28 May1/9 June 9/14/16/28/30 - Price £165 for a family of 4


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Novotel London - inc Kids Movie Nights & Kids Check In Cards

Dates available - May 17 - Price £151 for a family of 4

Dates available - May 12/19 June 9/16/23/30 - Price £163 for a family of 4



Holiday Inn Express Heathrow T5 - Kids Under 12 eat FREE

Dates available - April 30 - Price £168 for a family of 4

Dates available - May 1/2/3 - Price £177 for a family of 4



Premier Inn Heathrow - Kids Welcome Pack

Dates available - May 9/10/12/13/19/20 June 7/10/17/23 - Prices £174 - £177 for a family of 4



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You'll skip the second day after experiencing the first...
I stop going Legoland 3yrs ago having seen some 5 to 8 yrs old staying in queues for about 55min. This place is horrible and management doesn't have clue how many people they have allowed vs their capacity. I wouldn't go for FREE.....
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Family of 4 £190 the cheapest for begin of may. Do i need some code?
You'll skip the second day after experiencing the first...
There is nothing left close to this price now.
Just a little warning... There has been an awful lot of ride closures recently... unforgivably the new Haunted House broke on the opening day and was shut for quite a few days after.
Edited by: "top_pull" 26th Apr
Phantom deal. Not the poster's fault, it Legoland playing with our head. Let's cold this fast as its wasting people's time
Similar to the above, we had a fairly horrendous experience on the first day. Frequent ride closures and 90 minute queues for a large proportion of rides.

To be fair to Legoland they did offer us £30 in vouchers to spend the next day (in store on Lego, or on food). We made the most of the second day by purchasing the "Queue Bot", which is about £25 per person and lets you virtually queue and will 'buzz' at the time you can go on the ride. You can either enjoy the park, watch the shows, or queue up for other rides whilst you wait. So if you're planning on taking up this deal, try to factor in the Q-bot price to make the most of your time.
I stop going Legoland 3yrs ago having seen some 5 to 8 yrs old staying in queues for about 55min. This place is horrible and management doesn't have clue how many people they have allowed vs their capacity. I wouldn't go for FREE.....
top_pull38 m ago

Just a little warning... There has been an awful lot of ride closures …Just a little warning... There has been an awful lot of ride closures recently... unforgivably the new Haunted House broke on the opening day and was shut for quite a few days after.


Yup.. I made the mistake of going at the beginning of Easter .. still massive queue's..even with the qbot.. and I counted 5 rides closed.. not only that...it's packed.. why keep a couple of the shops closed?

Nipper liked it.. but as with everything Lego...too expensive.
In our house we don’t talk about Legoland! Friends said complain, we said that would mean we might get free tickets and have to go back! 4 rides we went on that worked out at £42 a ride!
nashtk421b8cf54 m ago

In our house we don’t talk about Legoland! Friends said complain, we said t …In our house we don’t talk about Legoland! Friends said complain, we said that would mean we might get free tickets and have to go back! 4 rides we went on that worked out at £42 a ride!


Worst theme park for queues.
We bought an annual pass last month and have had several great days out. On Good Friday we knew it would be really busy, so we bought Qbot Express - did loads of rides, had a great day. Yes, it's expensive, the food is cack (lots of great picnic spots provided though) and if you must go on Ninjago, you'll have to wait. But if you aim for whatever has a short queue, or invest in the Qbot - you will have a great time.
Edited by: "KentishLad" 26th Apr
Don't stay at the Copthorne, it's awful.
pc502022 h, 50 m ago

You'll skip the second day after experiencing the first...


I agree, we went yesterday and it was shambolic. So many rides and kiosks out of order or closed. I expected queues as it was the easter holidays but 2 and a half hours for a 4 min ride was abit excessive
Edited by: "sally83" 27th Apr
KentishLad26/04/2019 14:58

We bought an annual pass last month and have had several great days out. …We bought an annual pass last month and have had several great days out. On Good Friday we knew it would be really busy, so we bought Qbot Express - did loads of rides, had a great day. Yes, it's expensive, the food is cack (lots of great picnic spots provided though) and if you must go on Ninjago, you'll have to wait. But if you aim for whatever has a short queue, or invest in the Qbot - you will have a great time.


You shouldn't need to invest in the Qbot to have a good time, you should be able to have a good time without it and only purchase a Qbot to have an even better time...This is where the park falls straight on its ass...
pc50201 h, 33 m ago

You shouldn't need to invest in the Qbot to have a good time, you should …You shouldn't need to invest in the Qbot to have a good time, you should be able to have a good time without it and only purchase a Qbot to have an even better time...This is where the park falls straight on its ass...


This. And what if you can't afford Qbot? You then get less of an experience. I'd rather they put an extra quid on the ticket for all and abolish Qbot. Make it fair for everyone as the Qbot riders simply increase the queue time for all.

I remember when Alton towers used to have ticket machines for free that gave you a time slot later in the day, and when it was your time slot you had a 15 minute wait. But it was available for all.

Legoland have caused horrible experiences for the masses with the introduction of this.
Has anyone been out of term times? Thinking of going in a few weeks hoping for it to be quiet. Or is that wishful thinking?
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