Two Tickets to Legoland Windsor £5.50 with the Sun starting 30th May
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Two Tickets to Legoland Windsor £5.50 with the Sun starting 30th May

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Found 24th May 2015
You must collect 10 codes from The Sun between Saturday May 30 and Tuesday 16 June. Then pay £1.50 postage and you can choose the date you wish to visit. Claim from 7th June
Or send off 10 vouchers using 2 stamps to pick a date band of which to go.

perks.thesun.co.uk/pub…015

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Just need vouchers for '69p off per litre of diesel' to offset me fuel costs to get there. Still, heat added.

Thank you .. my son has been going on about going to legoland :-D

That's about the right price. I still wouldn't go again though. I can get in for free but don't.

U will get dates chosen by sun .. Weekdays

bargainhunter666

That's about the right price. I still wouldn't go again though. I can … That's about the right price. I still wouldn't go again though. I can get in for free but don't.



Thanks op
Sorry to Ask On The Thread But Can I Ask Why You Don't Go ? Only asking as promised my 4 year old will go in July but will cost us a few hundred pounds for everything. Thanks x

Is there any way to confirm before buy 10 newspapers that the dates aren't all mid week in school term time date?

We do this every year, its a great day out. Thanks op, heat added.

Thanks, we are going in the summer holidays so will see if they cover the dates we want

It literally is just 2 tickets. So for a family of four you can't collect two sets of tokens.

So would end up paying for two tickets.

I've got sun perks and I can get buy 1 ticket other adult goes free and my kids are free.

I haven't been since I was ten. I'm an adult now but still love lego. Does anyone know if you have to take children with you to be allowed in?

I love it, have only been when i have taken my kids, but would certainly go on my own and i am 48

Pretty sure you can go in alone, after all you could be meeting family there.

Personally I'd go for one of the 2nd day free deals where you pay around £120 for family if 4 for 2 days & hotel. This is what we did last year (Norfolk schools used to get an extra inset day in June for the Norfolk show so went then).

The rides always seem to stay open later than the park says so hang around until staff chase you out.

You'll want 2 days to do it in because it does get busy even during term time. If nice day the kids can spend hours just in the duplo wet play area alone. (pack swimwear/change of clothes & towels)
We had a brilliant time but on occasion the queues can be a real pita. Other rides & other times of the day we got on rides with no Q this was term time I wouldn't even contemplate it during school holidays, no way.

Oh and if you like wildlife the place is heaving with Red Kites, we got buzzed by one in the car park was very excited so were the kids fantastic bird of prey.

Submarine ride is absolutely brilliant

Old, tired, run down, in desperate need of refreshment, takes real effort to get on (you have to wait ages and even then you might not get in if it's decided the ride's not working). Legoland is much the same, too.

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LJacks2020

Is there any way to confirm before buy 10 newspapers that the dates … Is there any way to confirm before buy 10 newspapers that the dates aren't all mid week in school term time date?



Chessington had lots of weekends and summer holidays, Alton Towers didnt but i got a half term ticket. So the answer is no but considering the price it may be worth risking it.

bit convoluted but a good deal. voted hot.
Also, 40% off for NUS card holders (students)

If you know anyone with a merlin premium annual pass they get 4x £10 friends and family passes, so if they like you, you can get in for just £10 per person

cheznconrad123

Thanks opSorry to Ask On The Thread But Can I Ask Why You Don't Go ? Only … Thanks opSorry to Ask On The Thread But Can I Ask Why You Don't Go ? Only asking as promised my 4 year old will go in July but will cost us a few hundred pounds for everything. Thanks x


It is old and tired. We had a good day (two days), but had to work hard to have a good day. The queues can be enormous, we didn't get on the big rollercoaster in two days.
We had the cheap hotel and two day package as well.

Plan your day a bit, get there when it opens and run to the furthest ride you want to go on, go on as many as you can as quick as possible, because very soon you will be in long queues for the rest of the day.
When it was very very busy, we had lunch, watched the show, looked at the Lego displays and went on rides with tiny queues.
Take a packed lunch, not only is the food terrible and expensive, but you will queue for ages to get it.

Oh yes, did you get the word of the moment "queue", get used to it

I'd echo the above, we've been twice on 2-day hotel packages found via HUKD. The kids love it, but by the time you've got in and been on a ride in the school holidays, every other decent ride is up to a minimum 45 mins queue with the popular ones an hour or more. Food is extortionate and poor quality. In summary, kids love it once they can get on!!!

Buying one copy of the sun = cold. Buying 10x = please kill me. Although at least its not the DM.

I'm pretty sure you can't go in without a child. But double check. You can choose the date you want by joining sun plus you can either pay to join or collect 15 codes on the back of different date newspapers if you do this before the 10 news paper codes u can usually book a date or 2 before everyone else.

qwerta369

Old, tired, run down, in desperate need of refreshment, takes real effort … Old, tired, run down, in desperate need of refreshment, takes real effort to get on (you have to wait ages and even then you might not get in if it's decided the ride's not working). Legoland is much the same, too.



Really? Went there last June looked ok to Mr & everything was working not a single ride out of order & didn't look old at all

At the risk of getting shouted down, wait till just before school holiday, phone kids in with Vomiting bug. They're then not allowed back to school until 48 hours after end of sickness leaving you with 2 school days with nothing to do......

Well they're not allowed in school.....

(in our area 48 hour rile applies, should be same in most places as it's in the schools book of what to do with what illness. Incidentally if they have highly contagious conjunctivitis they're supposed to go to school CRAZY)

To avoid queues get a Qbot - can pick the times you want to go on rides then (mostly)

Rich44

At the risk of getting shouted down, wait till just before school … At the risk of getting shouted down, wait till just before school holiday, phone kids in with Vomiting bug. They're then not allowed back to school until 48 hours after end of sickness leaving you with 2 school days with nothing to do...... Well they're not allowed in school..... (in our area 48 hour rile applies, should be same in most places as it's in the schools book of what to do with what illness. Incidentally if they have highly contagious conjunctivitis they're supposed to go to school CRAZY)



Flawless plan if you rip your kids' vocal cords out to stop them blabbing as soon as they get back.

Never buy that paper, scum.

cheznconrad123

Thanks opSorry to Ask On The Thread But Can I Ask Why You Don't Go ? Only … Thanks opSorry to Ask On The Thread But Can I Ask Why You Don't Go ? Only asking as promised my 4 year old will go in July but will cost us a few hundred pounds for everything. Thanks x


First off I have Merlin Pass (not renewed after prices went up in sale) so can go anytime I like to many parks, also have blackpool pleasure beach passes. Children were one and seven when we went. The place is run down, nothing much for either at that age to do. It really is for a narrow age group 3-6 maybe but then the q's make it pointless. There is nothing worth q ING for. Hey and you hardly see any Lego! knock it down and start again. Many many reviews say the Same.

Rich44

Really? Went there last June looked ok to Mr & everything was working not … Really? Went there last June looked ok to Mr & everything was working not a single ride out of order & didn't look old at all


Seriously? I would hate to see the state of your house! It is extremely run down.

I got free tickets for my 6 year old and I with Tesco Clubcard. We ended up spending the money we would have spent on the tickets on two of their queue cut devices. I don't regret it though, the queues were horendous. We had a great time.

qwerta369

Old, tired, run down, in desperate need of refreshment, takes real effort … Old, tired, run down, in desperate need of refreshment, takes real effort to get on (you have to wait ages and even then you might not get in if it's decided the ride's not working). Legoland is much the same, too.


Yup. Worst theme park ever! I've vowed never to go back there again. They are just greedy and it's like cattle herding when you get inside. Terrible place.

bestmd

U will get dates chosen by sun .. Weekdays



not true. I've had the alton towers and Chessington ones and both been saturdays

Cheers OP

Had free tickets. went for 4 hours and that was enough for me. overcrowded and too many long wait to go on rides.

Go free and buy qbot it queues for one ride while you physically queue for another so u get twice as many rides

bargainhunter666

First off I have Merlin Pass (not renewed after prices went up in sale) … First off I have Merlin Pass (not renewed after prices went up in sale) so can go anytime I like to many parks, also have blackpool pleasure beach passes. Children were one and seven when we went. The place is run down, nothing much for either at that age to do. It really is for a narrow age group 3-6 maybe but then the q's make it pointless. There is nothing worth q ING for. Hey and you hardly see any Lego! knock it down and start again. Many many reviews say the Same.



Hardly see any Lego? Did you walk around with your eyes shut?

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daemon

I haven't been since I was ten. I'm an adult now but still love lego. … I haven't been since I was ten. I'm an adult now but still love lego. Does anyone know if you have to take children with you to be allowed in?



Just to answer ur question. You have to have children with you to enter Legoland

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razzledazzle84

CommentJust to answer ur question. You have to have children with you to … CommentJust to answer ur question. You have to have children with you to enter Legoland



Is that for certain? I googled it and they were talking about legoland discovery centre. I found nothing on legoland windsor even in the t&c

we went to legoland on 2 day hotel break they managed to lose our luggage so gave us free break with ultimate q bots for all of us, kids had fantastic time and watching the faces of people as we went to front of the enormous ques was priceless

We've been 4 times and had a great time every time - the kids love it. All the people saying its "run down" obviously haven't been to any other theme parks, as legoland is no worse than most (and the rides are good quality).
Queues have never been a problem for us as we bought a QBot each time, so sailed straight on each ride every time. That obviously involves spending more money though so mentioning it here usually results in cheapskates moaning about how greedy Lego is, etc...
Edited by: "horsepills" 24th May 2015

they are greedy the best qbots cost £70 each on top of what u pay to get in and extortionate parking fee
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