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Two Day Legoland Tickets for 2a/2c + 1 Night Hotel (Days Inn) from £111  (£27.75pp) September / October  @ Legoland
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Two Day Legoland Tickets for 2a/2c + 1 Night Hotel (Days Inn) from £111 (£27.75pp) September / October @ Legoland

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Legoland offer is back, now for September and October dates. See the post for hotels, dates and prices.
Looks a great price for two day Legoland tickets and a nights hotel stay at the Days Inn, based on a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children). Prices are from £111 in September and October on selected dates. Have listed the available dates at time of posting below. The next best price of £264 is based on buying 4 Legoland tickets separately for the two days and booking the hotel via Expedia. Also worth mentioning there are a few other hotels options available (prices vary), see below.



Th below prices are based on 2 adults and 2 children, however you will find the same prices if you flex for other combinations e.g. 2 adults and 1 child


Days Inn Fleet nights stay (free parking) + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c


£111 rates - Sep 13/20 - Oct 4/11
£123 rates - Sep 6/8/15/22/29 - Oct 6/13
£148 rates (Oct half term) - Oct 18/19/20/21/22/23/24/25/26/27


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LEGOLAND Resort Hotel with breakfast + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c +lego gift for children

If you wanted to stay in the resort Hotel there are a few prices below. Includes 2 days entrance into the Park, early ride times, breakfast, evening entertainment, a LEGO gift in your room, access to the LEGO Pirates themed splashpool and overnight stay in a LEGO themed room.

£238 rates - Sep 19/26/30
£245 rates - Sep 4

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There are also other hotels nearby available which include 2 day park tickets as well as breakfast and a few extras

Novotel Heathrow nights stay with breakfast + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c + Kids check in card & Kids Movie nights

£151 rates - Oct 4/11
£156 rates - Sep 13/20/27
£163 rates - Sep 8/22/29 - Oct 6/13

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Holiday Inn Reading South nights stay with breakfast + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c + Kids Goody Bag

£153 rates - Sep 13/20/27
£160 rates - Sep 8/15/22/29 - Oct 6/13

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Holiday Inn Express Heathrow T5 nights stay with breakfast + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c + Kids under 12 eat free

£153 rates - Sep 13/20/27 - Oct 4/11
£162 rates - Sep 9/12/19/23/26/30 - Oct 3/6/7
£165 rates - Sep 6/7/8/14/15/21/22/28/29 - Oct 5/6/12/13

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Only that cheap if staying 29 miles away. Makes a long day at the park a hell of a lot longer. Good price if you are willing though
We did this deal back in June thanks to Chanchi32. Well worth it for the 2 days at the park which you need to get everything done. Stayed at the holiday inn reading and whilst the rooms were not amazing, it was great value as we used the swimming pool with the kids and breakfast was pretty decent too.

Getting out the car park at the end of the day is a nightmare, add an hour to the end of your day just for that.
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Only that cheap if staying 29 miles away. Makes a long day at the park a hell of a lot longer. Good price if you are willing though
How do you get tickets before going there is it through e mail, bit confussed
huw856507/08/2019 16:15

How do you get tickets before going there is it through e mail, bit …How do you get tickets before going there is it through e mail, bit confussed




Not overly clear, but pretty sure is emailed, as on the payment page states that it you want the tickets posting rather than emailing and printing off there is a £2.49 cost. thanks
We did this deal back in June thanks to Chanchi32. Well worth it for the 2 days at the park which you need to get everything done. Stayed at the holiday inn reading and whilst the rooms were not amazing, it was great value as we used the swimming pool with the kids and breakfast was pretty decent too.

Getting out the car park at the end of the day is a nightmare, add an hour to the end of your day just for that.
What's not to like, fantastic price, cheers chichi
Thanks. Got a hotel I'm happy with for a great overall price.
Can't find anything with those prices, or am I doing something wrong!
The Theme Park that time forgot.
I have a 4 and 5 year old, is it worth it for their age or is better for older?

Is there plenty to do for two days?
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The reason I can't bring myself to go to legoland!
Brightsideoflife07/08/2019 20:35

Can't find anything with those prices, or am I doing something wrong!




Have listed the dates in the post - and you need to go via the deal link legolandholidays.co.uk/off…tml (if you go to generic site the prices are a lot higher). thanks
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 20th Aug
Chanchi3207/08/2019 22:03

Have listed the dates in the post - and you need to go via the deal link …Have listed the dates in the post - and you need to go via the deal link https://www.legolandholidays.co.uk/exclusive-offer.html (if you go to generic site the prices are a lot higher). thanks


Many thanks. I think I've spotted my problem, putting 2 kids but one is only 1 years old so they are only showing triple rooms. Changed the 1 year old to 2 year old and its now showing family rooms at the prices you show.
Shame price shoots up with 3 kids, but to be fair that's normal.
Can’t seem to find these prices. Wish they had good price for 2 adults and 3 children. If anyone can help me find one i would really appreciate it
How does it work or does it not work if i have 2a and 3c youngest being 1years old...or will 1 year old be free
Tolworth area has Premier Inn and Travel Lodge which according to google maps is about 3 miles. The roundabout has alot of food places and a semi large M&S. You could also look at the Epsom area too for accommodation which isnt far away either.

You do need two days at the park especially during summer holidays and weekends. 1 ride per hour.

I think the resort doesnt have enough rides or capacity to cater to large crowds for rides.
I can't find the offer for September all over £150
reuyj07/08/2019 21:43

I have a 4 and 5 year old, is it worth it for their age or is better for …I have a 4 and 5 year old, is it worth it for their age or is better for older?Is there plenty to do for two days?


Loads for that age. It’s ideal for 5-9 yo but 4 year old will be fine. I took my kids when they were 2 and they were too young for most of the rides
Do you have to pay for parking at Legoland on both days if you are booking a hotel package?
Don't forget 5.25% TCB for offsite hotel packages.
I was tempted to go on this trip but the theme park gets some really, really terrible reviews - apparently very old, dirty and outdated with bad organisation, huge queues and expensive and low quality food. And the rides not that good. And constant nickle and diming for extras like parking. Have never actually been but this is what I read on various review sites like tripadvisor.

See e.g. whingewhingewine.co.uk/leg…tml
- ttps://uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk and
- tripadvisor.co.uk/Att…tml
Edited by: "Sir-Bargain-A-Lot" 8th Aug
Just got back from Lego Land with my son who is almost 7. He loved every minute of it. Yes as per most theme parks there are queues up to 60 mins (some were 90) however we got almost all of it done within the 2 days, although if you can afford it I would suggest the q-bot pass (we didn't bother). I would't say its dirty or outdated but often rides would fail (we had ninjago and one of the water rides both fail with 10 mins of each other, however they do compensate you with a pass to queue jump another ride if this happens) so be prepared for that. All in all I would say 8/10, some of the rides simply weren't long enough to warrant some of the wait. My son loved it and that's what counts! The walking and waiting around certainly keeps you fit!
GOHOHO9O08/08/2019 06:01

Shame price shoots up with 3 kids, but to be fair that's normal.


Our 2 families paid £551 in June for 4A and 5C. We were the family with the 3C. We stayed at St Anne's Hilton Hotel. The price included breakfast and free 2nd day pass. I was actually surprised they was able to accommodate our family and was very happy to see we all had decent beds. There were 3 doubles in the room so they still had to share but better than a sofs / camp bed.

The park itself is okay. But there was a lot of queuing and a lot of people that had paid for queuing jumping (starting from £90). We only ended up going on 3 rides lol.

Needless to say we skipped the free 2nd day and took the kids swimming in the hotel instead. Then went bowling when we got back home.

The 2A 3C deals are around but you have to really look out for them. I thought the price we paid was a bargain. Just a shame about Legoland.
Brightsideoflife08/08/2019 12:47

Do you have to pay for parking at Legoland on both days if you are booking …Do you have to pay for parking at Legoland on both days if you are booking a hotel package?


Yes. You can purchase them via their app or pay at the kiosk. The parking attendant didn't even check ours when we left
29 miles that's long not so much of a deal
You only need a day in this park, it’s not big. Queues are terrible and it’s notorious for it, expect to queue at least an hour for everything and you won’t be disappointed
What ages are the 2c tickets?
I'm currently doing a similar stay at holiday inn farnborough. You will need to add parking at legoland £8 per day or £14 for two days if booked in advance.
Sir-Bargain-A-Lot08/08/2019 15:05

I was tempted to go on this trip but the theme park gets some really, …I was tempted to go on this trip but the theme park gets some really, really terrible reviews - apparently very old, dirty and outdated with bad organisation, huge queues and expensive and low quality food. And the rides not that good. And constant nickle and diming for extras like parking. Have never actually been but this is what I read on various review sites like tripadvisor.See e.g. https://www.whingewhingewine.co.uk/legoland-windsor-review-2018.html- ttps://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.legoland.co.uk and- https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186419-d207144-Reviews-LEGOLAND_Windsor_Resort-Windsor_Windsor_and_Maidenhead_Berkshire_England.html


I went a month ago. It's expensive, the parking charge was a con! I mean come on what else am I going to? Some of the figures look a little dirty bit to run down. I had the hot dogs and I didn't think it was to badly priced. Some of the rides waits are to long. I went before the kids broke up on a weekend and it was still 50+ minute wait for a basic Lazer shooting game that last 3 minutes. In my view you would be better off doing a day and depending on the number, and buying quick passes. Otherwise you spend the time waiting getting sunburn or soaked.
Can't see any under £200?
valleyboy2213/08/2019 11:18

Can't see any under £200?



I just did a 2 minute check and can see date availability for £111, all the info is in the post including what dates are available.
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 13th Aug
What date please
valleyboy2213/08/2019 11:23

What date please




Days Inn Fleet nights stay (free parking) + 2 day park tickets for 2a/2c

£111 rates - Sep 13/20/27
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 20th Aug
Aug 25 not that price
I got mine at morning 175 at holiday in Bath Road 19 to 20.
Does anybody know if going to the hotel is compulsory? I mean if I book this and just go home instead, will there be any problem??
Awful time getting out of car park took over 1 hour and a half left at 620 traffic was congested within the car park boundary, however the park was great and ride attendants very welcoming as opposed to the views of others who left negative reviews.
Also don't believe holiday inn and their marketing tricks into thinking you get free gifts and goodie bags etc, apparently they ran out of stock. So kids didn't get any and the consolation was the free cookies, I explained to them that the cookies milk and drink was in addition to the gift bags.
Worst place ever avoid
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