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Legoland tickets up to 50% off for 50 hours @ Buyagift starts tomorrow 1/07/2008 @ 9am
Legoland tickets up to 50% off for 50 hours @ Buyagift starts tomorrow 1/07/2008 @ 9am

Legoland tickets up to 50% off for 50 hours @ Buyagift starts tomorrow 1/07/2008 @ 9am

No info on site yet,but just a heads up. I don't know what the prices will be.
Starting from tomorrow (01/07/08) from 9.a.m. Buyagift will be running an exclusive offer on Legoland tickets which will provide savings of up to 50% off for 50 hours and so the offer will end on Thursday (03/07/08) at 11.a,m.

Remember Quidco too 12%

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I really really really want to go to legoland. I wish I had kids!

geeadamg;2424990

I really really really want to go to legoland. I wish I had kids!



just go you dont need kids...i prob have a better time without mine! :whistling:

geeadamg;2424990

I really really really want to go to legoland. I wish I had kids!



you can take mine if you want

Just go anyway. We went last week and the park feels a lot more grown up now with some
really decent rides. We had a great time and there were lots of people there without kids.
Felt a bit sill on the dino safari ride though! We had to take a car each as it was aimed at the 'up to 8' range!
Wave rider is superb and one of the best and most innovative rides I have been on.

Yeah I should go...

actually sorta newly seeing a girl atm - not sure when to let her know about my lego-fetish. I think it'd be a cool date tho!

Tickets r on bogoff in loads of places.

i went last year and spent all day queing up, we even gave up on some rides as the que time was over 2 hours, but agree with redmoorphil Wave rider is superb.

Legoland have now introduced a Ride booking scheme - can not remember the name of it - something like QueueBot - you pay £10 ( if I recall) and at that time, you book your timed slots on the main rides - saves on queuing time, but does cost £10 per person. We have looked at this and if you consider the cost effectiveness of buying an annual pass (after your 2nd visit, all other visits work out free of charge), you would only be paying for the Bot thing

Hope this helps.

Bikebarbie;2425201

you can take mine if you want



LOL, very good

Not sure how you think QueueBot is cost effective with annual passes. You need to hire one for each person in the group (So, £40 for two adults, two kids), EVERY time you visit the park. Was there on Sunday and there weren't many people using it (thank god)

I really dislike that bit of Legoland, the Disney fastpass (anyone can book a specific time to ride, but only hold about one booking at a time) is far more reasonable, feels less of an exercise in gouging.
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