Legoland Windsor - Pre school Annual Pass only £45
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Legoland Windsor - Pre school Annual Pass only £45

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Found 1st Aug 2011
After visiting Legoland at the weekend, I decided to try for a cheaper way to return as £41 per adult and £31 for 3 year old is was far too much to pay. I saw the toddler and pareent voucher on this site and my wife could return during weekdays as we are close by.

However the missus will definitely go more than 3 times. Therefore we could save some money and get this yearly pass. It has the similar restrictions as the Logoland Standard Annual pass (Standard Pass allows some weekends) at a fraction of the cost.

Strangely this ticket is not listed in the annual passes but tucked away on the site.

So to summarise this offer is for those who want to return more frequently during the weekday term times and don’t want to use the voucher. It is of course no use if you want to go weekends or during school holidays. Sadly the site is down at the moment but I phoned to confirm this ticket is valid.


Details are here:

Pre School Annual Pass Terms & Conditions 2011

1. The LEGOLAND Windsor Pre School Annual Pass is only valid for children aged 3-5 years and their Guardians.
2. Guardians must be aged 16 and over.
3. A guardian pass will be issued with each child pass.
4. The Guardian pass can only be used when accompanying the child pictured on the child pass. Any misuse of the Pass will result in confiscation without compensation. We may check Annual Pass cards and photo ID on entrance to the park.
5. Restrictions apply to the LEGOLAND Windsor Pre School Annual Pass; The pass is valid Monday – Friday only. No entry to events, no entry during school holidays and bank holidays as marked on the Park operating calendar.
6. The LEGOLAND Windsor Pre School Annual Pass is valid for admission to LEGOLAND Windsor Monday – Friday only depending on the Park operating calendar posted on the website at legoland.co.uk/pre…ool.
7. Admission with a LEGOLAND Windsor Pre School Annual Pass is not guaranteed due to limited capacity.
8. Entrance is on a first come first served basis. We recommend you arrive early.
9. A Preferred Parking Season Pass is half price with the LEGOLAND Windsor Pre School Annual Pass, however this does not guarantee a parking space. Parking is on a first come first served basis. Spaces cannot be reserved in advance. Preferred Parking opening times are 09.00 – 12.00, subject to the Park operating calendar. Alternatively a £2 car parking fee will apply each time you visit.
10. We reserve the right to ask Pass holders to leave the Park at any time. Height and age restrictions apply at individual attractions. 11. We cannot guarantee all rides and shows will be operational each day visited.
12. Benefits are not valid for the duration of your pass and have individual expiry dates and are subject to availability.
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Hmmm you guys don't like this one. Currently cold.... Anyone know of a cheaper way to get a child and adult into the park for a year? Please tell me. A yearly pass for the child and adult for the same resctrictions (excluding weekedns) is £106.80. Come on what's the cheaper way?

For my wife and 2 kids during the week I thought £45 was great for unlimited access.
Edited by: "mr_deals" 1st Aug 2011
If we lived locally we'd def take advantage, have some heat :-)
Great savings, deserves some heat.....
Agreed-this is an absolute bargain! Wish we lived closer to take advantage!

Give OP the credit this deal deserves!!
hails84

Agreed-this is an absolute bargain! Wish we lived closer to take … Agreed-this is an absolute bargain! Wish we lived closer to take advantage!Give OP the credit this deal deserves!!



heat added, as instructed
Bargin if you live locally! We have a very similar pass for Woburn safari park used it loads
hot deals
Good find, but I personally think its still too much to pay foe Legoland with the wasp problems and that everything in the park is soo old the colour has faded!
For what they charge, they could atleast give it a lick of paint.
Can you link to the other voucher as well please?
Bargain price - heat added !!

BTW: The wasp problem was last year, we've been a few times this year (last time was a week ago) and saw no sign of a wasp problem. Also when you were going round looking at the faded pain, you probably didn't notice the new(ish) pirate ship, the alantis ride (opened this year) and the large hotel currently being constructed.

My biggest grip with all of the parks is the parking - Legoland, Chessington and Thorpe are now £2 per car, with Alton Towers now a whopping £6. I know it doesn't sound much compared with town centre parking, but why charge considering how much it costs to get in the park - it's just another way of fleecing customers.

I know they are expensive, but I think Merlin passes are also good value for money. We used Tesco vouchers to buy them and have just renewed using the legoland deal of £25 of lego per pass bought or renewed (hence the very recent visit). Made very good use of them last year, but it helps to live close to London to use them on the eye, Tusaurds, Aquarium, Dungeons etc
Tesco clubcard vouchers...

£25 of vouchers gives an annual pass

tesco.com/clu…Out
stigma

Can you link to the other voucher as well please?



Here's on of the many links on HKUD's hotukdeals.com/dea…182,

Or direct link
mr_deals

Here's on of the many links on HKUD's HKUD Link,Or direct link



Thanks very much
The £2 I had to pay to get out of the car park last week took the p**** a bit. I know it's not a huge fee, but after shelling out money for tickets, food, merchandise, stalls, I was surprised to be asked for another £2 to exit the place!
reakt

The £2 I had to pay to get out of the car park last week took the p**** a … The £2 I had to pay to get out of the car park last week took the p**** a bit. I know it's not a huge fee, but after shelling out money for tickets, food, merchandise, stalls, I was surprised to be asked for another £2 to exit the place!




I would like to add I too paid £2 to park. Yet when we left which was after 7:30 and half hour after the rides had finished the gates were up. So if you're leaving late.....maybe worth a risk of not paying car park till you leave and you may get away with it.
Edited by: "mr_deals" 2nd Aug 2011
reakt

The £2 I had to pay to get out of the car park last week took the p**** a … The £2 I had to pay to get out of the car park last week took the p**** a bit. I know it's not a huge fee, but after shelling out money for tickets, food, merchandise, stalls, I was surprised to be asked for another £2 to exit the place!



Take a bag of 1ps to pay for the parking. If enough people do this they will soon get the message.
So is it £45 each or £45 for mum and child? We have 2 kids ones 5 and ones 2 if Dad comes we pay for 2 x adult and child but if Dad doesnt make it we get away with just one! x
no wasp problem at all - went there last Thursday! Prices are high unless you have some coupons. The toddler (3-5 yrs) and parent offer for £15 is pretty good but not valid for the next 5 weeks or so. so if you want to go during term time this is a good option if dont want the annual pass.
Sorry but i'm voting cold as only someone who lives within 'very' close proximity can benefit, what about the rest of us - COLD!!
I think it's great. Was just about to do the Tesco thing but this Pass allows your preschooler to go with ANY adult so is really flexible if my son wants to go with a relative without them needing to pay. Thanks.
Brilliant deal - but soooooooooo frustrating.

We live very close to Legoland, but I just phoned and you cannot use this pass with under 3's. My granddaughter loves Legoland but she is only 18 months. I consider 18 months old to 'pre-school' age, but clearly Legoland do not
hesjane

Brilliant deal - but soooooooooo frustrating.We live very close to … Brilliant deal - but soooooooooo frustrating.We live very close to Legoland, but I just phoned and you cannot use this pass with under 3's. My granddaughter loves Legoland but she is only 18 months. I consider 18 months old to 'pre-school' age, but clearly Legoland do not



Shame as under 3's are free and they force you to buy a full ticket. I couldn't see how they check as you scan your tickets. And those in a buggy you don't scan. So put your youngster in the buggy. Scan your ticket and pass the buggy under through the gate so no scan needed for the youngster. You may just need to show the ticket but it could just work. Luckily we have a 3 yr old and 18month old so one ticket is all we need. I'm far too busy reading, buying all the bargains to go during the week!!!
Cheap deal, but with the money saved you will get fleeced if you decide to eat and drink in their cafes, take a packed lunch and a flask, I went last Friday and was gobsmacked with their food prices!!
KongDonkey

Take a bag of 1ps to pay for the parking. If enough people do this they … Take a bag of 1ps to pay for the parking. If enough people do this they will soon get the message.



yeah right they'll same the penniesand use them to off set the cost from change deliveries! As if soemone was daft enough to do that!
cHooBeyDoo

Cheap deal, but with the money saved you will get fleeced if you decide … Cheap deal, but with the money saved you will get fleeced if you decide to eat and drink in their cafes, take a packed lunch and a flask, I went last Friday and was gobsmacked with their food prices!!



I had to respond to this comment and say I had a different experience. We ate in the new Pizza Pasta Restaurant. Kids eat free for a paying adult after 5pm. The adult meal was £9.25 to eat and drink as much as you like. So for less the £20 all four of us ate and drank. I thought this was a great deal. A few other restaurants do similar kids eat free deals after 5pm. So bear in mind and make sure you're near one of those places at 5pm. The food was comparable to Pizza Hut pizza's. A fair choice and buffet service so no waiting for food. If you go earlier than 5pm the kids meal was £5ish again all inclusive.


Edited by: "mr_deals" 3rd Aug 2011
LOL to the comment above - so the kids are meant to starve all day until 5pm?? X)
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