Hi @Laura16042 what a great day out for the kids, thanks for sharing your first deal post too (unicorn)
Yes it is valid all days but only until 1st Nov. You can either buy this online and pick up at Legoland or you can purchase and collect on the same day at the ticket office.
Can I get this today and go today and/or tomorrow? Seems like it's valid on all days.
I don't think the bring a friend offer is on at the moment, I stand corrected. I believe that was last on in June.
That was a good year and if memory serves me right, it was for two as we had annual passes back to back for two years and this was 3/4 years ago and I'm very certain I have never paid full price for one.
Remind me how many deals you have posted?
Couldn’t resist-great deal-just been to Legoland yesterday and my boys 4&7 were a bit bored with queuing...it was our 3rd time this year so I though this is it. Been to shark hotel in Thorpe Park and Safari Hotel in Chessington so Legoland Hotel will be nice addition to the list ( normally mega expensive even with merlin pass discount)
I did this a few years ago. The pool access is brilliant and kept the kids occupied nicely . It's pretty clear from the OP that this doesn't include the park but there's plenty for th3 kids to do. Heat from me.
Lyeslyes18- it’s a buffet in the main restaurant - there is a menu in the bar but we much preferred the choices in the buffet https://www.legoland.co.uk/legoland-hotels/the-legoland-resort-hotel/restaurants/
What about dinner, can you check their menu online.
Intentionally chose Monday Tuesday for the theme park as their schools were still open. There were a lot of Brits there!
We did May half term too! Must be off peak for them we always do our holidays in May
It wasn't a package. Booked everything except the Lego village plus two days entry separately
Ok, I was looking at the end of July.
We hung around in the park till they kicked us out, no queue out the car park and didn't have to pay for parking because they opened the barriers. But yes busy, expensive, ridiculous wait for rides and no where nice to sit and eat.
You must have gone on a good day. It took me 2 hours to get out the car park. In 30 degree heat with a 2 year old in the back! That was longer than it took me to travel the 110 miles to get there. And the beauty was that I still had the 110 mile journey home after the 2 hour queue to get about 500 metres.
shocking place to go to - overcrowded only place to sit was a bit of grass, the £6 parking is a disgrace, waited for every ride, go for a walk instead and save £100s, will never return, hell on earth
No, I've suffered same fate on at least two occasions...long queues to get in, horrendous queues to get on rides, very slow queues for food...topped off by the mother off all traffic queues, a 90 minute queue to get out of the car park. I will never now return to this hellish place again
Must just be you then coz I’ve rarely had to queue the days I’ve been lol
I was told that this only applied to the discovery centre one..?
Any free parking within walking distance?
Legoland is worth it if you can go there Tues-Thurs outside of term time or you are rich and throw money at speedy boarding passes.
Yes was in news no kid, no entry
This would be better as one post about the same umbrella brand, just like Wuntu did
Cheaper to use a 2 for 1 voucher from a Kellogs pack of whatever.
Hi @wewillrockyou.andrew can you please add the ticket price to the title - only the general AttractionTix percentage discount is listed on the Wuntu T&Cs page and I don't have the app to check, thanks (y)
If I had a friend I’d bring a friend
Wouldn't even go anymore if it was free, last time I took the kids a couple of years back, queued over an hour just to get through the turnstiles, then over 2 hours to get onto the first ride, so nearly half the day gone to get onto the first ride, think we managed 3 or 4 rides max, never again! I take my first comment back, not only would I not go if it was free, I wouldn't go if they paid me £30, if it was £40, I'd certainly think about it.
Legoland in Billund is much more pleasant!
makes the "Share the fun" vouchers redundant
Been 3 times, never again. You may as well set fire to a few hundred pounds, it'd probably be more enjoyable too.
I looked at booking online and there are a lot of other options like car parking and qbot food options . Digipass. Are these needed? Any opinion rtc
Probably didn't get a "favourable" financial offer from the council, or vice-versa!
Working now. I hadn't clicked on the offer link in the middle of the screen, but had gone to the standard ticket thing at the bottom of the screen. Bit stupid they don't link up really! My son & wife went to Billund Legoland in Denmark last year and said it's much better. Had the season pass for Windsor when offered cheaply a couple of years ago, and have to say I think they could do so much more than using the Brits as a theme park cash cow. Hopefully when the Paramount park opens in North Kent in the next few years, it will finally open up some options from the "Merlin monopoly".
Showing as £30 for me
Looks like price start from £25. I'm looking for a ticket for a 3yr old for 3rd June but it quoting £47. It's ridiculous pricing. See if can grab 2 for 1 vouchers from Kelloggs.
Guess I’m gonna have to go now. Any other Louis’?!
What about Louie. Same name just spelt differently
could take my sister then
Maybe they should include louise too lol
Discriminatory against the female population. I'm going to write to the prime minister
King Edwards Rd, Birmingham B1 2AA
Where is this as canot seem to find address
Is this a deal?
BACK IN STOCK on Lego Shop - and includes double VIP points !
Fair enough, but even if that's true, you saying "this set is deliberately produced in lower quantities" is a complete contradiction of TabbyBoy saying "LEGO typically overproduce"... so my point stands.
And lots of made up comments from non deal posters as usual
I'm sorry but I think you are wrong This set is deliberately produced in lower quantities to keep the fans talking about Someone from US with access to the waiting list on some Lego stores for this set wasn't impressed by the numbers he saw there and this was last year Is pure marketing this ,,out of stock,, Regards
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/thehustle.co/lego-reports-decline-in-revenue-and-profit/amp/ Article was published 5 days ago and states this... "The report comes on the heels of some big management changes, a decision to cut 1.4k employees (8% of their global workforce) back in September, and an overproduction issue that forced LEGO to sell off its bricks at a steep discountto make room in their warehouses". One of the key issues affecting Lego is the rise in knock off sets and that's affected the values of the older hard to find sets. Unless you are a die hard collector, its hard to stomach a £1500 Millennium Falcon price tag when the Lepin set can be had for £170 delivered. Sure it may only be 99% accurate, but think of all the things you can do with the £1330 saved. The model will look identical on a shelf too! ;)
Very good cheers, noticed you can book your breakfast table and swimming pool time on your booking receipt. Quidco and topcash available
Hot! Thanks LemonHoney, just booked it.
Requires overnight stay
Hi is that free entry for both parents or just one
Exactly my point
Hmm, annoying as my name is in the list - but on paper, its longer :| Do you think they'll accept that?
Thanks grimlock! You may just see your deal popping up on our HUKDparents fb page very soon ;)
You can change your name for free! XD
I had booked flights for myself and 2 kids on BA for £80 although had booked it back in August. Also so you get cheap legoland tickets buy those cereal packets (Kelloggs, I think) that says Free child pass per adult purchase. Legoland Billund food is also not expensive and plenty of choices at affordable prices compared to the Legoland here in the UK. I suppose I am just biased since I spend more time in Denmark than the UK more recently. :) anyhow good luck!
Could be a good option but be aware that for these dates the flights are over £100 more in total compared with Easyjet. Children do get into Legoland free by showing their boarding pass (not sure if this is just for one day or you can go as many times as you want by just showing your boarding pass) but you still have to buy adult park tickets as they don't get in for free. It could be a good option if you want to fly from Heathrow though as in total the price won't be that different.
Good to know but this deal is for Oct so not sure aircon will be a problem
Fly BA. Kids are free with every paying adult until 31 October. Legoland Billund is definitely a lot better than what we have here in the UK
Pretty authentic then.
is the sun offer just selected days or any time this year? usual collect tokens in paper offer?
i was just trying to make a (bad) joke mate. but (and here comes another...) it sounds like you might be a HotUKDealer... gettit? :p
This is better if there is an odd number of people.
If you're "tripping" from smoking weed, that's not actually weed you're smoking.
Whats there to do at legoland discovery centre? Is it a full day thing or a few hours enough?
Yep, I probably will see you there. We may be even stood in the same queue without realising :) . Also we'll be at the same hotel. I've got the 5 nights but I might only stay 3 nights, not to sure yet.
That's great thanks very much for letting me know, it makes me feel a lot happier. Maybe c in legoland then lols
Just for your information I phoned Legoland to confirm everything and everything is fine, so no need to worry about travelling from Scotland. Same dates now are over £700 for a similar hotel and distance!
Is it really that bad? I heard that young kidsI've it. Was going to take mine for his 8th
Not had mine cancelled either. The best thing is I did mine over the phone and the guy confirmed I was having 5 nights with breakfast with a family of 4 and park tickets for 2 days (I selected the 1 day + 1 day free option). It cost me £196 for the 4 of us, £49pp. Awsome deal!
We did this a few years ago. It was ok but you don't get a 'proper' Legoland experience. Not all the park rides are open (far from it), access is reduced to just 2 areas. No drive school, water rides, no model village etc. The Santa experience is pretty good, the present is ok probably worth £7 to £10. It was an ok day out but we were done way earlier than our Santa visit time, so spent a few hours hanging around in the cold.
Am I missing something, but isn't there usually a 2 for 1 deal somewhere ? . I have never paid full price for any of the theme parks . I didn't even know they were open at Christmas, thought they were all shut . So if this is a good deal I want in , but as I said there is always a buy 1 get 1 free somewhere . So that works out cheaper ?
Merry Christmas :)
How much are they normally?
Let me put this another way... £85, family of four, 4 x £85 = £340. Now think how much Lego you can buy for £340...
We renewed as the kids really enjoyed the rides - when it was busy we went to the water play or pirates play area. It's about an hour and a half drive, as long as you get there a bit early you get a close-ish park. Bring your own food! Also the guest services near the pirate show allows you to top up water bottles AND has a microwave!
Yeah, another good point. Due to all this and the recent health & safety concerns, we've kinda stopped going. Can't remember last time we went to a Merlin theme park. Actually quite enjoying going to some other random places, the season ticket used to make us feel obliged to go to the same places over again.
I'll probably give it a miss this year then. I got passes for £55 last year, so this just isn't a good enough deal.
And to make matters worse, they allow queue jumping for visitors where money seemingly isn't an issue. If it wasn't already expensive enough, people who can afford £25-£75 per person per visit, get to jump to the front of the queue leaving the rest of us trying to re-assure our kids that it will be our turn soon. For a family of 5 like mine, there's no way we could warrant an extra £125 to not queue for the day, and even if we could, we would feel too embarrassed walking past all the tired, hot, people waiting their turn patiently. Don't agree with it at all (as you can probably tell!).
Not renewing either....Everything is always the same....Staff need some customer service skills as well....Half year closed....and the place needs a good clean !!!! When they do open a couple days in the winter it costs a fortune as well !!
Looks like they've taken it down.
It's showing as £100 for me
Pretty poor compared to last year, when I paid about £55. Not renewing this year anyway, as they've not really done anything over the winter, the park closes half the year, and the rides aren't that special considering the cost.