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    Legoland Break - going tommorrow - Help!

    Can anyone help - wanting to stay overnight near Legoland Windsor and get a 2 day legoland pass cheapest I get is through legoland website at £183 - anyone beat it?

    Hoping to go tommorrow 2 adults 1 child and 1 infant (free) thanks

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    brit trips give half price entry if you have any also
    buyagift.co.uk/Cat…ND_

    Original Poster

    hi thanks for that but hoping to go tommorrow and would need to stay overnight. Buy a gift offer is for August only and no hotel. Its my own fault for leaving everything to the last minute!

    Have you tried the Heathrow/Windsor Marriott Hotel direct on there own site, also you can use your Nectar card instantly to redeem points at admissions,The cashier will simply swipe your Nectar card. If you have enough points, the points will automatically be deducted from your account if you've got one?

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    Have you tried the Heathrow/Windsor Marriott Hotel direct on there own … Have you tried the Heathrow/Windsor Marriott Hotel direct on there own site, also you can use your Nectar card instantly to redeem points at admissions,The cashier will simply swipe your Nectar card. If you have enough points, the points will automatically be deducted from your account if you've got one?



    Thanks I do have a few nectar points which i could use the Marriott is coming up with a special offer but slightly more than lego land - thanks for your help tho

    Last minute only let me book rooms from 23rd onwards - which is hardly last minute? strange:?

    Original Poster

    Thanks for all your help guys still not got a cheaper 2 day pass and 1 night hotel deal than £183 so think i will book that

    I'm going on friday, I booked through budget family breaks, 2 day pass and 1 night in the Heathrow premier Inn £179 for 2 adults and 2 kids (both age6+).

    Original Poster

    Just to let you know Legoland major expensive for drinks and food - luckily we took a packed lunch but as it was really hot seemed to be forever buying coke/water etc on the last hour of the last day my kids said why dont you get the bottomless coke cup at £4.99? - that would have saved us quite a bit.

    cheers mate I'll bear that in mind, it's usually the case though in places like that.
    Just out of interest which hotel did you stay in?

    Thanks

    Craig

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    stayed in the holiday inn - kids ate free with adult buying main course so that was ok - wouldnt say they were "child friendly" tho - Offer stated free gift for kids when you check in - Women on reception "no we dont have any" needed highchair at dinner "we only have 1" no cot in room etc etc but all in all clean hotel and good time had a legoland.
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