Two days at Legoland and Hotel Stay - £49pp for 2018 stays
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Two days at Legoland and Hotel Stay - £49pp for 2018 stays

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Found 27th Oct
As per article in mirror

Legoland has opened up bookings for 2018 - and you could get two days at the park AND a hotel stay from just £49 per person!

mirror.co.uk/tra…amp

24 Comments

A link to the places to book might be an idea.

Darzen15 m ago

A link to the places to book might be an idea.

The link looks ok to me?

Could you change the title to per person please? Got me all excited for nowt

What dates..? I cannot find any at 49£

It is worth bearing in mind that the deal is based on a hotel that is 18 miles away which takes 22 minutes on a good day.

kwaichi27 m ago

It is worth bearing in mind that the deal is based on a hotel that is 18 …It is worth bearing in mind that the deal is based on a hotel that is 18 miles away which takes 22 minutes on a good day.

Thanks for pointing this out but I have to travel 4 hours to get there so a 20 minute ride in the morning is nothing.
Edited by: "cmncomp" 28th Oct

Thanks for the heads up. Hey my wife's name is Shruti.
Edited by: "bb123" 28th Oct

bb1231 h, 9 m ago

Thanks for the heads up. Hey my wife's name is Shruti.

And.....!!!

dealerxxx4 h, 58 m ago

And.....!!!

Lighten up. Look at the name of the person posting.

Make sure you know what you are getting yourself in to before you book. It’s extremely busy and the prices in the park are extortionate

StevieG7258 m ago

Lighten up. Look at the name of the person posting.


I think he just wanted to hear more, kind of like "really? Do tell..."

Mada062 h, 18 m ago

Make sure you know what you are getting yourself in to before you book. …Make sure you know what you are getting yourself in to before you book. It’s extremely busy and the prices in the park are extortionate


Just like any other theme park then?

StevieG722 h, 41 m ago

Lighten up. Look at the name of the person posting.

Thanks didn't see ahead 😗

None at that price for me and no bookable dates after dec

Mada0614 h, 21 m ago

Make sure you know what you are getting yourself in to before you book. …Make sure you know what you are getting yourself in to before you book. It’s extremely busy and the prices in the park are extortionate


Yes, I haven't been to QueueLand LegoLand for a few years now.

Frozen. Don't bother. Unmanaged overcrowding leads to 60-120 mind waits on main rides. Long waits for expensive (cheap) Mac's style food, cafes stalls for drinks run by unsupervised teens. All ends with tired/frustrated parents and disappointed kids. Not a pleasant experience.

Agree with the queue comnents. We went a couple of years as a family of 4 - had a panic before going after reading trip advisor reviews and as it was for my daughters birthday forked out for the queue bot thing - which, with a bit of planning meant we got on everything (some things several times) over s weekend and only had a handful of queues longer than 30 mins.
However, the queue bot was £170, our 2 day plus hotel stay was £150 and another £10 for parking so made for a pricy weekend. This is excluding any food, drinks, ice creams, stuff from the shop etc. all of which cost a fortune. We went armed with a picnic on day 1.
The queue bot entry for each ride is separate from the standard entry, and you do feel a bit of a di*k walking past everyone else who in some cases have been queueing for a long, long time. Quite a few comments thrown over from the standard queues too
We were lucky with the weather on both days and apart fron terrifying my son on the log flume (!) had an amazing, memorable weekend - but wouldn't ever do it without the queue bot.

We did the qBot thing a few years ago and got one for the family of four, but I realised after for same mony (just more deposit) should have got 2 for 2 people each, then we could either all queue together or 'queue' for 2 rides for the kids.

Queues can be bad, but at end of day gets better we went on a few rides back to back, that had long queues during the day.

Just pack some sandwiches and water bottles. We always thought it was best theme park for smaller kids

Just returned from Legoland this Halloween weekend.. Totally agree with the queue comments, absolutely ridiculous given the actual duration of the rides.

We go to legoland all year round and it is pretty empty during April and May time.

I'm always surprised by comments like "I went Halloween or August Bank Holiday and it was busy", if you pick a busy time to go it will be busy! Go on a day when your kids have an inset day and other kids are at school and surprisingly enough it wont be so busy! If you pick a peak period like May 4th then it will be packed. Horses for courses really.

Been there today. Absolutely horrific place with queues. They ran out of food and a good proportion of the rides and stalls were closed. Very few people around to help with parking (which you have to pay for on top of entrance fees) and legoland employees were manning unused stalls like basket ball nets when the food outlets had crazy queues. It’s a lesson learned for us and we probably wouldn’t bother again. The kids had a decent time but were not blown away by it. In fact, our son whose birthday it is said he would rather go home and play lego pirates of the Caribbean. This isn’t a moan but a report on my experience. I suspect it would be tolerable if it had half the people. We didn’t pay for the q-bot thing as we didn’t know much about it but also disappointed that there are first and second class tickets. Loved lego since I was a kid but it is slightly tarnished for me after today.

kwaichi28th Oct

It is worth bearing in mind that the deal is based on a hotel that is 18 …It is worth bearing in mind that the deal is based on a hotel that is 18 miles away which takes 22 minutes on a good day.

Its still cheaper than other options

Can’t find any dates for £49?
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