LEGOLAND Windsor £99 Park Entry and Hotel for family of four. October Half Term @ Budget Family Breaks
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LEGOLAND Windsor £99 Park Entry and Hotel for family of four. October Half Term @ Budget Family Breaks

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Found 21st Sep 2014
This deal is back on. Just booked for Sunday 26th for £99. You can probably beat this for just park entry (via various offers) but if you need a hotel stay then it's a good deal.

£99 is available at Holiday Inn Reading West which is 33 miles away. A bit of a compromise for some but not all

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Thanks! just booked my wife, me and our daughter for £76 all in! Amazing deal

£130 ish best i can find

Is that seriously a site dedicated to sticking hotels on breaks to legoland? People can make money off anything these days!

crabby

£130+ is my cheapest too.

I don't need the hotel so where can I find best deal for just entry?

toorkish

I don't need the hotel so where can I find best deal for just entry?



Do they do the 2 for 1 entry to Legoland on the side of cereal boxes if its still running? Was adult/child free for every paying child last time offer ran.

OOS at that price - expired

livreg

Do they do the 2 for 1 entry to Legoland on the side of cereal boxes if … Do they do the 2 for 1 entry to Legoland on the side of cereal boxes if its still running? Was adult/child free for every paying child last time offer ran.



Yes they do

Actual deals o.k.,but the park itself is way overcrowded,way overpriced,the food is extortionate rubbish.Great for the kids,and that's what matters I know,but for sentient beings it truly is the stuff of nightmares.Shudder.

Or buy an 8 pack of Nestle Breakaway choc bars for around a quid and get a half price admission voucher for up to 4 people....

4 of us went in summer holidays. We bought Q-Bots for £30 each which is a lot of money but live 250 miles away so not likely we would be doing it again. Without them we would have got on hardly anything. The queues were insane!!! Kids loved it but be warned you will spend hour after hour queuing unless you pau for the qbots. Would not rush back there ourselves even though we enjoyed it, overall cost is just too much

I agree with above... Went there few months ago and the queue were huge... Waiting for hours. I think we only covered about seven rides.
Legoland keeps letting people in, I don't think they have a limit.
If they had their way I think they will let the whole country in, and maybe get at least one ride, lol.

We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides with max of 10 minute queues. Get there early and its great.

superdon

We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides … We went last Friday and Saturday. It was brilliant, we did all the rides with max of 10 minute queues. Get there early and its great.


Is that without Qbot?

Yes, without qbot and with two little ones.

We were really surprised. It was really quiet on the Friday, busier on the Saturday but still easily manageable and we did the more popular rides on the Friday. Both days we got to the car park by 9:15am and left the park around 3:30pm. Like I say, did all the rides and shows and never queued for more than 10 mins (longest was the laser ride).

Overall we were really impressed with legoland. We have been to the USA theme parks lots of times and they do things so well, and we are usually pretty disappointed with UK theme parks. But, legoland seem to be having a good try at it.

We did two nights at the Holiday Inn Windsor Slough bed and breakfast for two kids and two adults, with two days park entry and car parking for £220. We thought that was a pretty good deal.
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