Orlando Florida: LEGOLAND (14 days!), Kennedy Space Center (1 day) and GatorLand (1 day) combo-ticket Now cheaper £61.60 @ Orlando Attractions £61.60
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Orlando Florida: LEGOLAND (14 days!), Kennedy Space Center (1 day) and GatorLand (1 day) combo-ticket Now cheaper £61.60 @ Orlando Attractions £61.60

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Found 19th May
Planning a holiday in Orlando this Christmas and came across the following combo deal.

'Gate' prices (that nobody should be paying) are expensive, but you can find cheaper deals - especially on UK ticket seller sites. This combo beats them all if you want to do both Legoland and Kennedy Space Center* - Gatorland I probably wouldn't go out of my way for but, hey, free ticket.

Individual - Buying Separately prices (best I can find hunting around). Hopefully the spacing on this table looks ok when I post.
Ticket: Gate price Single Offer prices
Legoland: $106 (1 day) £53.04 (Orlando Attractions)
KSC: $50 £29 (American Attractions)**
Gatorland: $26.99 £15.60 (Orlando Attractions)
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Total: $182 £97.64

Combo-ticket for all three: £62.40

* Kennedy Space Centre for hUKd spellers

** KSC Posted 4 months ago at hotukdeals.com/dea…526 - Deal is still current at £29 if you only want KSC and don't care for Legoland.

EDIT: Tickets received. LEGOLAND is a 14 day continuous ticket - valid for two whole weeks - wow. Value on this deal just jumped. Proof in comment.
Edited by: "pgregg"

7 Comments

Original Poster

Note. Small print says "LEGOLAND Florida 14 Day Ticket offers entry in to LEGOLAND Florida for 14 days." Tho later it says "The LEGOLAND Florida One Day Ticket". Given the price, I would expect this is a 1 day ticket. Not a 14 day one.

Ignore the above!!!!!

Tickets arrived today. This actually is a 14 day ticket for Legoland.... Even at 1 day - this deal is excellent. 14 day ticket is amazing value. Certainly I am not intending on spending 14 days at legoland - but nice to have the option for 2 or 3 days (if we get bored of Universal / Harry Potter).
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=0B-rHq969_dQ2anRaZmJ6NkloUHc


Edited by: "pgregg" 26th May

pgregg

Note. Small print says "LEGOLAND Florida 14 Day Ticket offers entry in to … Note. Small print says "LEGOLAND Florida 14 Day Ticket offers entry in to LEGOLAND Florida for 14 days." Tho later it says "The LEGOLAND Florida One Day Ticket". Given the price, I would expect this is a 1 day ticket. Not a 14 day one.



Think again I got 14day pass for busch gardens, sea world and aquatica for round about this price last year via hukd on British airways website

Thanks. Probably 1 day for the price but it all helps to save money

Good find op! Heat from me. :P

LEGOLAND Florida 14 Day Ticket offers entry in to LEGOLAND Florida for 14 … LEGOLAND Florida 14 Day Ticket offers entry in to LEGOLAND Florida for 14 days.Whether you want to ride the roller coasters, put out fires, learn how to drive or just see LEGO constructed in some of the most breathtaking ways, there is loads to keep curious minds occupied atLEGOLAND Florida. The LEGOLAND Florida One Day Ticket gives you a full day’s admission to the park and offers the chance to experience Orlando's newest must-see attaction.



I'd check with them before booking if it was something I was looking for/at?
Not really sure where you'd want to stay to do all of these, especially if Legoland is the 14 day use version of the ticket?
Legoland are building a load of holiday type bungalows/chalets next door to the park, literally across the road, can't remember when they open or how much they're likely to be, but if you've got smaller children and want to go to Legoland more than once (assuming you can?) then you'd probably want to be staying nearer to Legoland than International Drive/Disney area? (It's in Winter Haven which is about an hour+ away depending on traffic)

Haven't been to Legoland in Florida for a few years but I found it very similar to the one in Windsor, only hotter
There was/is a water park side to it which was a separate ticket and only open so many months a year, which is actually more expensive on it's own than these 3 together, if you see what I mean.

Last few times we've been, I've bought these Seaworld+Busch+Aquatica which has been enough for a couple of weeks for us.
These are currently around the £100 mark each but include the parking which can be up to $20 a day, if you're having a car? It always used to be possible to get a bus to these from your hotel, depending which hotel you're staying at?

If you want the Legoland pass (which is does state is 14 days again?) then this one seems reasonable? as above plus Lego and Gatorland at £125 eachish.

As always, shop around, check quidco and TCB before purchasing, might only be a few quid but every little helps
All IMHO of course
Edited by: "defgimp" 20th May

Thanks Just ordered, cheaper than buying legoland by itself

Original Poster

Tickets arrived today. Legoland is a 14 day ticket - totally amazed. Will take a photo proof and edit comment #1.
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