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Potential Free adult & child entry to LegoLand windsor - Ninjago promotion
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To celebrate the release we’re giving free entry to guests who share their name with one of the film’s main characters: Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane and Cole! Between 13-30 Octob… Read more

Hi is that free entry for both parents or just one

Abbie.Smith4th Oct

You can change your name for free!

Exactly my point

Hmm, annoying as my name is in the list - but on paper, its longer

Do you think they'll accept that?

Editor

Thanks grimlock! You may just see your deal popping up on our HUKDparents fb page very soon
Edited by: "millarcat" 4th Oct

bones2313 h, 17 m ago

If it costs, then you're doing deed polls wrong!!


You can change your name for free!
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From London: 27-30 October Long Weekend at Legoland Billund in the Pirate Motel £190.68pp @ Legoland Resort
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Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Given the ridiculous over £1300 price the Legoland in this country is charging for the same weekend for a three nights break I think this is a bargain to stay in the Legoland in Bi… Read more

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!

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unholy5 h, 51 m ago

Fly BA. Kids are free with every paying adult until 31 October. Legoland …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


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.

rachelandgromit3 h, 3 m ago

I did check ;-)So bad! Huge error on their part.


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

snatch_master41 m ago

Word of warning thr pirate hotel rooms have no aircon. Granted we went …Word of warning thr pirate hotel rooms have no aircon. Granted we went in August but it was lie an oven at night.




Pretty authentic then.
1/2 price entry voucher  single day  for up to 5 ppl Legoland Windsor or Manchester discovery centre
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The LEGO Batman Movie is getting a McDonald’s Happy Meal tie-in promotion, with eight gifts available in the children’s meal deal from February 8 to March 21. On the boxes are vo… Read more

Babbler

Problem is... this is off "walk up" prices... ie the gate price which is … Problem is... this is off "walk up" prices... ie the gate price which is overpriced anyway... Oh and sun "free entry" days likely soon... And always deals around for legoland... NO ONE pays full price... unless they are just internetphobes.



​is the sun offer just selected days or any time this year? usual collect tokens in paper offer?

ollie87

If you're "tripping" from smoking weed, that's not actually weed you're … If you're "tripping" from smoking weed, that's not actually weed you're smoking.



i was just trying to make a (bad) joke mate. but (and here comes another...) it sounds like you might be a HotUKDealer... gettit?

fireman1

Is this not just the same as buy one ticket get one free that knocks … Is this not just the same as buy one ticket get one free that knocks about on the side of loads of products?



This is better if there is an odd number of people.

c4llum83

Free "trip" with every trip... oOLegoland theme park finds cannabis in … Free "trip" with every trip... oOLegoland theme park finds cannabis in derelict cottagehttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-38891474



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?
Legoland Glitch - From £57.50pp for 5 nights and 3 days tickets, carpark tickets & Breakfast (Based on a Family of 4) £230 @ Legoland Holidays
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There seems to be a glitch on the website. Based on a Family of 4 It's allowing you to book 5 nights for the same price of 2 nights including tickets to Legoland for 3 days, carpar… Read more

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OnlineShoppa

That's great thanks very much for letting me know, it makes me feel a lot … That's great thanks very much for letting me know, it makes me feel a lot happier.Maybe c in legoland then lols



​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

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OnlineShoppa

Ooh fab me neither, I'm trying not to get too excited! Does anyone know … Ooh fab me neither, I'm trying not to get too excited! Does anyone know if they've got a certain timeframe to cancel. I don't want to trail the family all the way from Scotland to find out it's been made null & void, and obviously don't want to phone them!!



​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!

Ihavealightsaber

I thought Legoland was an armpit when I last went in 2015. Unless they … I thought Legoland was an armpit when I last went in 2015. Unless they have spent some dough on it I can't see more than 1 days entertainment. Looked really dated and tired, watching those half sunk, battered, moss covered boats going around was the cherry on the cake.


Is it really that bad? I heard that young kidsI've it. Was going to take mine for his 8th

Original Poster

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!
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Legoland Christmas tickets £25pp
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I know it's only January and only a few hours notice but if you book before midnight Legoland are doing an early bird offer for Xmas. £25pp and the kids get a lego gift, park rides… Read more

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.

Edited by: "jjBlinky" 1st Feb

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 ?

SuperEd

Merry Christmas

Munsterrfc

How much are they normally?


£35

How much are they normally?
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LEGOLAND annual pass sale - New £85, Renewals £70 ends 5th August
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LEGOLAND have their flash sale on, save £15 per person on the annual pass (now £85 pp) and save £5 per person on Renewals (now £70 per person). Ends 5th August Note these are for… Read more

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!

ben14

And to make matters worse, they allow queue jumping for visitors where … 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!).



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.

ro53ben

Yes, sorry, I should have been clearer.I don't see an annual pass for a … Yes, sorry, I should have been clearer.I don't see an annual pass for a single park as particularly appealing, so always go for the Merlin one, which no longer includes parking.I used to pay £85 for a Merlin pass which covered all parks and free parking. Now that will only buy an annual pass for one park, prices have gone up a lot but the queues have only got worse. They've also thrown out the cheaper food outlets, they used to have McDonalds that charged a normal price for food, for example. Now it's all very expensive.We've become a world where loyalty, discounts and coupons are the only way to get a good price on anything. Have you seen the full price of Pizza Express? It's clearly priced to allow for half-price coupons. Likewise delivery pizza like Dominos & Papa Johns - they're only a reasonable price when they are two for one.All the Merlin parks have gone the same way. The single ticket price has become ridiculous, forcing people towards annual passes which encourage more repeat visits and drink sales whilst you're stuck in a queue for half of your day.I just want a reasonable price for a single day out, too much to ask?


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!).
LEGOLAND® PREMIUM Annual Pass Renewal £75 each (£25 off)
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Found 1st Jul 2016Found 1st Jul 2016
For last years flash sale buyers, this is the cheapest renewal I could find. Family of 4 saves £100.

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 !!

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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.
legoland deal: attend legoland Windsor & go the day after for £5.00 each
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Found 13th Oct 2015Found 13th Oct 2015
Little did we know after attending legoland Windsor recently that you can go the day after for £5.00 each rather than the over inflated prices they charge to originally get in. I'v… Read more

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not sure mate its a few months since we went. give them a bell and ask, thats best bet. its a great place though. have fun

Do you know if you can get 2nd day for £5 if your tickets were bought in a package with the hotel? Thanks

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Derek_Duval

T&C's are a little confusing. I don't think this can be used with Tesco … T&C's are a little confusing. I don't think this can be used with Tesco clubcard vouchers or sun tickets. If you use adults go free I think you can only get the £5 offer on the tickets you paid full price for, not the free ones?Visit Tomorrow for £5 Promotion Terms and Conditions•Promotion applicable to full price tickets only, discount vouchers not accepted.•Guests must provide evidence of purchase.•£5 ticket must be purchased on day of visit only, for admission the next day.•Can be used in conjunction with promotional offers that include the purchase of one or more full price tickets, £5 ticket only available on the full price tickets.•Entrance for children under three years of age is free.•Car parking charges apply.•Guests are advised that not all attractions and shows may be operational on the day of their visit.•Height, age and weight restrictions apply on some rides. Some rides will require guests who only just meet the minimum height requirements to be accompanied by a person aged 16 years or over.•Guests under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a person aged 16 or over.•This offer is non-refundable and non-transferable.


thanks fella for the t&c's

I think the deal is a good one if you buy their full price tickets. Why you would do that when there is a miriad of deals to choose from, I don't know.

Having got 1/2 price annual passes, felt it was better value than the grossly overpriced day tickets. Legoland is no Disney land or Universal Studios in Florida for instance. Being only really open 6 months a year fully is lame too, but even worse is them expecting pass holders to pay for their special events when the park isn't open normally. Q-bot narks me too, but I've said that to legoland customer service.

We'll get our money's worth from the pass, but it would take a lot to get me to renew when my youngest is older, as for what they offer, it's poor overall value.
Legoland Christmas - meet Santa & gift for kids 25% off Nov dates £18.75
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Found 16th Sep 2015Found 16th Sep 2015
Normally £25 - but currently 25% off if you go in November.. **To get this discount - Click - GET DEAL > PLAN YOUR VISIT > Select “Meet Father Christmas”** Bit early, but I… Read more

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caterham7

Do all ticket holders get a Lego present, or just the ones they deem to … Do all ticket holders get a Lego present, or just the ones they deem to be children? ie Would my wife and I get one too, as we're paying the same the go as our two children?


Just the kids :-( But you get a mulled wine :-)

Do all ticket holders get a Lego present, or just the ones they deem to be children? ie Would my wife and I get one too, as we're paying the same the go as our two children?

£15 for annual passholders like myself. Seems a little stingy in terms of discount, but the Lego gift sounds better than I expected to be honest. May well try it this year.

thanks

Thanks
LEGOLAND 96 Hours Flash Sale Annual Pass Adults £55 Child £42.50
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LEGOLAND Windsor have another 48 hour flash sale on from 10am 16th July to 10am 18th July. NEWSFLASH - EXTENDED TO MON 20TH 10AM Selling their annual passes off at half price. If… Read more

diddlypockets

was one or more of them child pass? I ask because T an C state :You must … was one or more of them child pass? I ask because T an C state :You must have at least one accompanying adult to purchase children's tickets online.so I wasnt sure child annual pass can be bought on its own.....



I took 2 adults and 2 child tickets. Also, went to Legoland today (it was great experience, all queues were max 10 mins) with family and got Annual Pass, so all good.

Also Quidco tracked £5 x 4 times!

Edited by: "aulakh" 22nd Jul 2015

aulakh

super hot deal, bought 4 tickets in 4 transactions through quidco.



was one or more of them child pass? I ask because T an C state :
You must have at least one accompanying adult to purchase children's tickets online.

so I wasnt sure child annual pass can be bought on its own.....

trickytree

Saw it on Twitter. Someone asked and they said did not matter what age … Saw it on Twitter. Someone asked and they said did not matter what age guest so they could take Grandparents or whatever.They are good at answering pretty quickly so you can ask yourself if any doubts.




http://www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/annualpass/Passholder-Perks/

Exclusive Annual Passholder Offer - Bring A Friend for £5 for July - September Visit Dates!

Bring your friends and family to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for just £5 per person when you visit between July to September!

This is a special 1-day ticket offer exclusively for Annual Passholders!


1 Day Ticket Type Gate Price Offer Price
Adult £49.20 £5.00
Child/ Senior £45.00 £5.00

To receive this fantastic offer, please visit our Admissions area on the day of your visit to purchase your ticket.

Only Annual Passholders may purchase these tickets and the Passholder will need to accompany the day ticket holder when they visit the attraction. Maximum of 1 ticket per Annual Passholder present.

super hot deal, bought 4 tickets in 4 transactions through quidco.

I want to buy 3 tickets for relatives, but I'll be putting my details into the Legoland website and I'll be paying for them.

Can I then transfer all 3 tickets ti relatives, or will I be a named person?
Legoland Annual Pass 50% off sale - 48 hours only! Adults £55.00 & Child/Snr £42.50
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I think this is a very good price to take kids to legoland for a year. Will pay itself in a few visits! Visit LEGOLAND® Windsor and enjoy over 55 interactive rides and attractions… Read more

Coming up for renewal - anyone found any decent offers?

paul_merton

Sure. 13:46 25/06/2015



thanks!

Whuelse

In that case, for a family of 4, I guess you can buy 2 child annual … In that case, for a family of 4, I guess you can buy 2 child annual passes and the adults can go at 5£/trip ?



They should allow one person with the guardian/care taker with extra 5 bucks!

tuncsi

would you be able to share the screenshot? Thanks


Sure.

13:46 25/06/2015
http://i.imgur.com/MZasTqM.png

paul_merton

Yes, definitely 5. I took a screenshot of it.



would you be able to share the screenshot? Thanks
Upto 25% off 1day ticket with advance booking @ Legoland Winsor Resort
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Upto 25% off 1day ticket with advance booking @Legoland Winsor Resort * 25% when you book 7+ days in advance * 10% when you book 2 to 6 days in advance

grantf88

Surely its better to wait as there are normally a lot of buy one get one … Surely its better to wait as there are normally a lot of buy one get one free for tickets at the beginning of each year the parks open



from my experience this can be useful when only 1 more ticket is needed.

this might be useful when the park re-opens next march, but for now its not much use.
plus i already knew
Legoland entry, Santa meet & Lego gift 1 adult & 1 child £50 (£45 after £5 Quidco)
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I took my son to this last year & he loved it. The toy was a £13 plane. Only the small kids rides open, but the park was really well decorated for Xmas.

I cant find anything about this?!?! do you have a direct webpage?

will have to look into this
Lego Disney The Lone Ranger Silver Mine Shootout 79110  £36.73 @ LegoLand
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Reclaim the silver with the Lone Ranger and Tonto in the Silver Mine Shootout! Sneak up on Butch Cavendish and his bandit buddy in the Silver Mine Shootout! Help the Lone Ranger, … Read more

Did they have the Lone Ranger train set reduced?

I don't think this is much of a deal I'm afraid, good saving on the RRP but that is inflated, this set has been at £38 on Amazon for 3/4 months. Currently out of stock on Amazon but if people wait these branded sets will probably go down further as demand reduces / the film gets older.

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unusedpizza

Not sure if this is national but would be surprised if not.


Is there a nationwide chain of legolands?
Edited by: "cocollino" 16th Jun 2014

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Thanks for the online link and code

2 days tickets at legoland + 2 days Parking + Stay in a hotel (With Access to Xbox with Lego games & more) + Windsor Leisure Centre £160.90 @ Legoland (Family of four)
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Obviously various dates will vary but a decent price for a family of four with overnight stay + 2 days worth of park tickets + legoland parking + Leisure centre Staying at the Co… Read more
SuperEd
SuperEd

well I cant get a good deal the cheapest I can get for a family of 4 for 2 days and a hotel on the 19th July is £234 and thats in the holiday inn wycombe. any suggestions?

well I cant get a good deal the cheapest I can get for a family of 4 for 2 days and a hotel on the 19th July is £234 and thats in the holiday inn wycombe. any suggestions?

This is awesome .. everything looks cool

tomcat7777

Check out trip advisor the reviews are shocking. You will need a lot more … Check out trip advisor the reviews are shocking. You will need a lot more money.....



And a lot more patience.

Ranked #14 of 15 attractions in Windsor


...should give the game away.

Good deal. Managed to get my booking down a smidge to £150, Children under 3 go free.
Kids tickets £1 with each full paying adult at legoland....includes the half term super heroes fireworks
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I had this in an email from mamas and papas.... Follow the link....put code MP2013 in the box. First come first served Mamas and Papas Kids for £1 Offer Mamas and Papas Exclusive… Read more

leather

Great deal, but personally hate the place they cram way to many people in … Great deal, but personally hate the place they cram way to many people in and the kids get very few rides/activities. If it rains the only shelter is shops with a load of Lego on sale at twice the price of Amazon, so take brollies raincoats and wads of money!



yep totally agree the place is as nightmare, would never go again

Good offer, Buy one get one free offer is always there

Great deal, but personally hate the place they cram way to many people in and the kids get very few rides/activities. If it rains the only shelter is shops with a load of Lego on sale at twice the price of Amazon, so take brollies raincoats and wads of money!

anyone going to see the fireworks, should be aware that there is a lot (more than what you expect)of pushing and shoving

Thank you ...... that just saved me £68.68 :0)
48hr sale : 50% off LEGOLAND Annual Pass Sale - online only - Adults £55.00 & Child/Snr £42.50 (Starts Monday) + Kids Eat For Free at Crossed Ribs
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Thoght I'd pop this up now as a heads up (in case anyone was planning on buying before Monday) This goes live on Monday morning at 10am and ends on Weds at midnight Instead of th… Read more
mod
mod

Well I got my use out of the passes.
Taken the family eleven times over the past year and my ticket expires today.

Thanks again op. Truly a hot deal.

Anyone had their payout from topcashback back or quidco?

Brilliant. Thanks op

Bezzy

I have received the receipt from legoland which mentions printable … I have received the receipt from legoland which mentions printable tickets. As this is a photo pass issued on site, I assume I just produce this receipt?



Shortly after the receipt email I received another email with a pdf file which had the printable tickets. It says you just print them off and use them for entry, once on site you just visit the annual pass place to get your photo passes

I have received the receipt from legoland which mentions printable tickets. As this is a photo pass issued on site, I assume I just produce this receipt?
Free Legoland Ticket with Little Dish Meal
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Just bought one of the new Little Dish meals in Asda and it has a sticker on it for Legoland. For each sticker you get one kids ticket to Legoland-- can't wait to take my son next … Read more

heya monkey bum,

I know what you mean about the weather. I think you being there for 2 days was good as its massive!

I think what made it worse was getting caught in a 3hour odd trip back in to London (took 50 mins to get there) as I got caught up in the Olympic traffic. I pick the best times to do stuff lol

on a happier note as I seem to sound like doom and gloom I had a lovely ice cream hehe

what made the day was the kids they took all the que crap on the chin despite the sad look in their face when the qbit bods turned up. great kids they had more patience than me lol.

been thinking what to do this summer *rubs chin*

Hey Soulman, I agree with you on most of the points you made in your first post as if we'd only gone for the one day when it was nice weather, we'd only have got on 5 rides so would've been as hacked off as you about the place. Guess we were lucky the weather was so bad on the Sunday (not something I ever thought I'd say!!).

£2 for the 'little dish' and you still need to buy the adult ticket. Probably cheaper to get the Kellogg's cereal. You only need to buy a child ticket, and you get the adult free. Cold.

Fairplay, I'd say you got lucky. I did my homework, I read the guides, tips and planned it like a strategic military mission hitting all the good rides first that worked well. Pretty much starting from back to front. You are the first person I have heard praise the magic land of plastic brick. I'm glad you had a nice time, its a nice place we enjoyed it bar the above problems. Sounds like aim to go in the wet which wouldn't bother me.

We went one weekend in September last year after the kids had gone to school. Arrived on a Saturday morning. Weather was amazing, queues for rides and attractions were absolutely hideous and went on about 5 things all day. Went back to the park the next day, weather was hideous (POURING with rain) and got on absolutely every single ride in the place. Bought the attractive rain ponchos and off we went!!