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Legoland kids go free and extra 15% off through Travelzoo :)
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TODAYTODAYFound 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Hey, I thought I missed out on the Legoland deal as was away, but got an email from Travelzoo and they have a better one than the one I missed. It is to stay in a nearby hotel wi… Read more
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jeczap12 h, 42 m ago

I took my son last year and found all the Logoland staff (that we'd …I took my son last year and found all the Logoland staff (that we'd encountered) to be wonderful. My son rates Legoland as his favourite.


Yes the staff were all very nice but as couple let them down. When you have a wheelchair and a disabled child it is not the same as a healthy child trust me I’ve have one of each. We got a really grumpy man for a member of staff
Can't find any dates from beg may onwards for £110 🤔
vanessaanne34 m ago

Great deal. Heat from me. We went two years ago with my disabled son. I …Great deal. Heat from me. We went two years ago with my disabled son. I don’t want to put a downer on any body’s holiday but we were told there would be help with his disability, which is chronic pain, so he need a wheelchair. At Alton towers you get to the front of the queue with the wheelchair on all rides. No in LEGOLAND they deside so we went to the wrong one which we couldn’t get in front of everyone else by accident as it had a similar name to another water ride, the man insisted we went backwards with the wheelchair with a ten year old child, bare in mind we just fitted down the entrance with it. I said we cannot as we will hurt a child. So in the end my husband had to lift my ten year old in his wheelchair over a fence. We argued for 20 minutes about the face that we couldn’t go backwards and gave up and my husband hurt his back and that was the end of our holiday. We were shouted at and mortified then our son started to cry as he was so embarrassed as everyone was looking at him. We all ended up in tears and just left. We had a couple of problems before that around the park. I’m just saying if you have a child with physical disabilities don’t expect kind and respectful staff. When I complained they said this didn’t ever happen hear. Not much fun for our son who was very ill at the time. If your child is well they will have a fantastic time as it looks great. All of the staff were very friendly apart from the five nasty ones we met


I took my son last year and found all the Logoland staff (that we'd encountered) to be wonderful. My son rates Legoland as his favourite.
Great deal. Heat from me. We went two years ago with my disabled son. I don’t want to put a downer on any body’s holiday but we were told there would be help with his disability, which is chronic pain, so he need a wheelchair. At Alton towers you get to the front of the queue with the wheelchair on all rides. No in LEGOLAND they deside so we went to the wrong one which we couldn’t get in front of everyone else by accident as it had a similar name to another water ride, the man insisted we went backwards with the wheelchair with a ten year old child, bare in mind we just fitted down the entrance with it. I said we cannot as we will hurt a child. So in the end my husband had to lift my ten year old in his wheelchair over a fence. We argued for 20 minutes about the face that we couldn’t go backwards and gave up and my husband hurt his back and that was the end of our holiday. We were shouted at and mortified then our son started to cry as he was so embarrassed as everyone was looking at him. We all ended up in tears and just left. We had a couple of problems before that around the park. I’m just saying if you have a child with physical disabilities don’t expect kind and respectful staff. When I complained they said this didn’t ever happen hear. Not much fun for our son who was very ill at the time. If your child is well they will have a fantastic time as it looks great. All of the staff were very friendly apart from the five nasty ones we met
I did a deal like this once and stayed at the Hilton in Basingstoke, I think I might of been closer to Euro Disney than Legoland
Legoland Windsor offer  - Night in hotel with breakfast / indoor pool +  Free goody bag for kids + 1 day park tickets - from £25pp (Family four) @ Budget Family Breaks
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
If your looking for a bargain Legoland Windsor break, this is it and just £25pp based on a family four - note the splash page states from £30pp but i've found quite a few from jus… Read more
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The best bit about legoland is the hotel. Not sure if it's much better now, but I went 6 years ago and it was very poor in the park.
What is the goodie bag is it lego related
c4t5 h, 23 m ago

This might sound simple lol but if I'm coming from Belfast where do u fly …This might sound simple lol but if I'm coming from Belfast where do u fly to or is it easier getting a boat?


Nearest airport is Heathrow (20 mins to Legoland). Gatwick or Southampton about an hour away. Luton and Stansted about 1.5hrs away.
I live closer to Legoland than this hotel.

I don't live near Legoland.
t121anf20 h, 35 m ago

Which day would the tickets be valid, check-in or check-out?


We were able to choose at the checkout which day we wanted to use the park tickets on
Updated 9/2 - February Half Term  / Easter School Holidays - Looking for Cheap / Free Days Out / Activities?  Hope these help
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
As usual with School Holidays fast approaching I've been on the hunt for cheap / free days out / activities that will keep my little darlings occupied enough that I'm not rocking i… Read more
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Unreal effort and attempts to help others. Fab
galareho8 h, 15 m ago

Thanks for the effort, my daughter doesnt break up until the 16th. Out …Thanks for the effort, my daughter doesnt break up until the 16th. Out of interest, for those who have half term this week - what date do you break up for Easter?


Does she break up often?
Thanks for the effort, my daughter doesnt break up until the 16th.
Out of interest, for those who have half term this week - what date do you break up for Easter?
This should gain the most heat ever produced! Awesome post.
Badgers Hill Farm & Cidery.
This is a friendly place near Chilham in Kent. They make cider here. But it is an ideal free place to visit for their animal farm. This is open every day (and I mean including Saturday and Sunday). Your children can touch sheep or chickens (carefully!) There are some more usual animals. Reas, lamas. It is quite big to walk around. It should keep them occupied for hours! It is very informal. There is a small childrens play area. There is a cafe which is also open every day 10-5pm. It seems a bit run down, but it's really excellent. If your children have never seen real animals close up then I can thoroughly recommend it. Food in the cafe is not expensive. I had an enormous piece of real homemade coffee cake!
If you have time! visit Chilham, a very pretty village at the top of a nearby hill. See Chilham castle (from the outside free) There is a quality souvenir shop (not the usual junk) A nice cream tea cafe (but not open every day)

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Free 2 tickets to Alton Towers, Legoland, Chessington etc with Sun tokens
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Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
A heads up really from email I received about upcoming 2 free tickets promos with the Sun. Yes people hate the Sun, that is fine, but for many a cheap day out. 10 tokens to colle… Read more
speedy386924th Jan

If you use a different address or phone if online


Does that mean if me and my husband each collect vouchers online we can both get free tickets (on our phones?)? As I know they’ll only post once to one address
Whe does this start ?
thecynicalsaint50 m ago

My local BP petrol station gives the Sun away for free, I never usually …My local BP petrol station gives the Sun away for free, I never usually take one but I might start in March.Not sure if it is just my one or whether others do but might be worth checking.


Pretty sure they all do this, you just have to make sure you don't get caught
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My local BP petrol station gives the Sun away for free, I never usually take one but I might start in March.

Not sure if it is just my one or whether others do but might be worth checking.
LEGOLAND® Florida - 14 day pass + Free Shuttle to park, just £30.33 @ 365Tickets
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
24/01 - back down in price again! Update - was £43 this morning, now dropped to £30.33 :) Awesome deal if heading to Florida this year, ticket is valid 1 year from purchase and … Read more
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Why would anyone spend 14 days at a themepark?
Save yourself £30 the park is rubbish compared to the UK. We went in October and complained how rubbish it was and they refunded us our tickets!
Been to this park twice over the years younger kids will love it and also waterpark on site is also great not so busy like other parks!
I think you have to look at this as being a one visit ticket, the 14 day pass is a bit of a red herring/marketing con as you are not going to visit more than once, 2 topps on a 14 day holiday.

However for the price quoted I’m pretty sure this is a lot less than a single day on the door price so good deal OP
Edited by: "markoUK" 24th Jan
*Now with an extra 10% off - prices from as little as £31.25pp - LEGOLAND® Offer - Family of four, 2 days entrance to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, breakfast and Kids Eat FREE at the Hotel from just £31.25pp (Based on a Fam 4) - (Offer ends 31st Jan)
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15/1 - Update, there is now an extra 10% off hotel breaks outside Legoland (see link) and apply to prices on page (you'll see 10% off) Book your LEGOLAND® Holiday before midnigh… Read more
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Thanks, booked to take my 3 boys whilst the Mr is away. Cheaper to to 2 adults & 2 kids than 1 adult 3 kids... adult age is 16. My 12 year old will just have to be a very young looking 16 year old. £163 for bank holiday Sunday in half term. Bargain.
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dawnie726th Dec 2017

Too much money with 3 kids


I know shocking we are a family of 7 can’t imagine the price butlins hotel Bognor week 2 grand lol
ivotedyes21 h, 20 m ago

I live in East Riding of Yorkshire and usually we are out of sync with …I live in East Riding of Yorkshire and usually we are out of sync with other school half term dates too. I personally love LEGO as does my daughter now 12 but every year I read what everyone says on here and can fully imagine that it would be a nightmare so we never go, plus the fact that I'm disabled and can't stand for long without Keeling over.


As I said, out of regular school holidays, the most we waited was 20 minutes and that was for the brand new Ninjago VR ride. Many rides we just got straight back on. It is certainly a resort that involves walking though, but that cannot be avoided at most places.
Booked, thank you so much for sharing
JayDubya5 h, 54 m ago

We've been twice in the last 3 years, last October being the most recent …We've been twice in the last 3 years, last October being the most recent with 9 year old twins and a 12 year old. They all loved it. We did not stay over. We used the vouchers off a kellogs box.If you go when it's busy, I can fully imagine it is a living hell. But we went in the week as our half term is out of sync with most of the country, and there were hardly any queues. As a place it's great, but most of the rides would not be worth a long wait. Most we waited was 20 minutes, and the park wasn't deserted,


I live in East Riding of Yorkshire and usually we are out of sync with other school half term dates too. I personally love LEGO as does my daughter now 12 but every year I read what everyone says on here and can fully imagine that it would be a nightmare so we never go, plus the fact that I'm disabled and can't stand for long without Keeling over.
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LEGO The Batman Movie The Joker Balloon Escape - 70900
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Great stocking filler seams to be quite a lot of stock.
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elliotminec1232 h, 7 m ago

Where is your nearest store, I will check where is the nearest store with …Where is your nearest store, I will check where is the nearest store with stock.


I've just checked, nearest store with stock is 47 miles away but thanks. we're all leggoed out this year anyway
elliotminec1232 h, 1 m ago

Where is your nearest store, I will check where is the nearest store with …Where is your nearest store, I will check where is the nearest store with stock.


Its Norwich, thank you
Meatydakilla53 m ago

Check the Christmas shippers as they had the Lego sets in them. I found …Check the Christmas shippers as they had the Lego sets in them. I found the joker at £3 and the Catwoman bike for £5. The tickets had different price but when I scanned at till it came up reduced. I didn't post it as their was alot of posts for asda toy deductions already


Cooling deserved for not sharing. Shame
Can't find receipt for the Lego if I do will post
Legoland Black Friday deals lets kids go for FREE in 2018 - but you'll need to be quick
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Legoland Black Friday deals lets kids go for FREE in 2018 - but you'll need to be quick The Legoland Windsor Resort has joined in on the Black Friday excitement - and it's offe… Read more
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Very good cheers, noticed you can book your breakfast table and swimming pool time on your booking receipt.
Quidco and topcash available
Hot! Thanks LemonHoney, just booked it.
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Legoland Windsor 4th November all tickets £20
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Just seen an article that on Saturday 4th November tickets for Legoland are £20. They go on sale at midday. Also in the article they mention a hotel stay for Legoland £179 includ… Read more
Went to Legoland yesterday. 2hr queue for (crap) Ninjago ride. Shocking.
If they expect the tickets to sell fast, it will be extremely busy.

Don't forget the extra £6 for parking and then being busy the extra money for a Q-Bot.
So it's £20 for all of the tickets?
Great I'll have my own exclusive use of the facilities!!!
We were at Legoland on Saturday and it was heaving!!
Good deal though- heat added.
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If it's anything like the rest of the Merlin theme parks the last few days then it will be rammed.

Some have been so busy that people have been turned away at the gates as the parks were full to capacity !

And the people who did manage to get inside the parks and payed for FAST TRACK still had to wait up to an hour !

We went to Alton towers screfest last Monday and tuesand it was the busiest that I've personally seen in years,and we go most years in August when it should be at its peak.
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Potential Free adult & child entry to LegoLand windsor - Ninjago promotion
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To celebrate the release we’re giving free entry to guests who share their name with one of the film’s main characters: Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane and Cole! Between 13-30 Octob… Read more
Hi is that free entry for both parents or just one
Abbie.Smith4th Oct

You can change your name for free!

Exactly my point
Hmm, annoying as my name is in the list - but on paper, its longer

Do you think they'll accept that?
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Thanks grimlock! You may just see your deal popping up on our HUKDparents fb page very soon
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bones2313 h, 17 m ago

If it costs, then you're doing deed polls wrong!!


You can change your name for free!
LEGOLAND Holidays - Kids Go FREE & 2nd Day Free ALL October (including Half Term) on Partner Hotel Stays ie 2A + 2C from £36pp (£144) - most offer Free Breakfast + Christmas Breaks in OP
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Thought this was a super offer - ALL October (including half term) Kids Go Free & you also get a 2nd Day's Park Entry Free on all Legoland Partner Hotel Stays. I've had a quic… Read more
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Where did you book it for a £120?
Hardly a deal as this is been the price even during the summer holidays. You have worded it nicely OP but the total price is not a DEAL as we paid £ 120 for 2A + 2C. Cold.
Duplo Stay & Play inc 1 Nights Stay in Lego Themed Room @ LEGOLAND Resort Hotel, Breakfast, DUPLO gift for each child, Pop Badge + Entertainment £27.25pp (Based on Family of 4)
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Theme Park is closed but thought this was a fab package for the younger ones / pres-schoolers in September. Fro just £27.25pp (based on a family of 4) you will stay in a Lego Them… Read more
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If the theme park was open this would have been a great deal!
Other than the Duplo gift bag & pop-badge, is there anything else extra in the Duplo Stay, that you don't get in the 'Splash & Stay'?
We have been a few times now, stayed twice in the legoland hotel- once on the pirate themed floor and once on the adventurers themed floor. We didn't use the hotel pool as it was fully booked (we didn't know you needed to book) and there wasn't any room to sit for the entertainment (part was closed off for refurb which we weren't aware of when we booked).
I wasn't aware that they still opened the hotel when the park is closed, it wouldn't be worth the drive for us but I guess its good for those who live nearby who have had their fill of the park but would like to experience the themed hotel or have other things of interest to do locally..
Edited by: "saz182" 8th Aug 2017
Went a couple of years ago as a birthday treat. Bricks restaurant is an all you can eat buffet well suited to youngsters, large outdoor playground, indoor fort playground by the bar area which has entertainment, large lego play pits by reception, small shop and a well themed (but very busy) splash pool. The bedrooms are well themed, and the kids beds are seperated from the adultsby the bathroom, which works really well.
Going when the park is open is very expensive, and you wouldn't have time to use the hotel features to their fullest.
shinds3 h, 37 m ago

Theme park is closed?

Yeah it's closed then x
Kids Go Free To Merlin Attractions with 1 full paying adult. e.g purchase individual White Split Roll 15p  to recieve Voucher on LIDL reciept
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More of an FYI than a deal. Instead of going out to buy a packet of cereal, you can pop down to lidl and buy anything you like. I think the chocolate twist/vanilla crown/croissan… Read more
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how old do children have to be when the vouchers were used?
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xx_elle_xx_953rd Jul

Should really mention that there needs to be 1 full paying adult to redeem …Should really mention that there needs to be 1 full paying adult to redeem the free child entry


Updated and its gone into moderation. Subject is now long winded though
Should really mention that there needs to be 1 full paying adult to redeem the free child entry
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Thanks to the Mod who added the Split roll!
Orlando Florida: LEGOLAND (14 days!), Kennedy Space Center (1 day) and GatorLand (1 day) combo-ticket cheaper at £62.40 @ Orlando Attractions
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Awesome price for: - 14 day ticket to Orlando LEGOLAND - 1 day ticket to Kennedy Space Center (NASA) - 1 day ticket to GatorLand. Planning a holiday in Orlando this Christmas and … Read more
Great price
But would I be looking this app on my holiday's
anthonyf218

We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, … We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, we all thought it was excellent, certainly not a small place by any stretch of imagination, plus there's really good quality rides, and not just those for the little ones. The waterpark, which may be additional to this ticket (about £20 extra each) is awesome to. Well worth a visit imo, and certainly at this price. Heat!


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mittromney

never heard of this compared to universal or Walt's. is it as crap as … never heard of this compared to universal or Walt's. is it as crap as windsor?


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We went last year too and it was certainly much quieter than Windsor - we did everything easily in one day. Not sure why you'd need 14!
We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, we all thought it was excellent, certainly not a small place by any stretch of imagination, plus there's really good quality rides, and not just those for the little ones. The waterpark, which may be additional to this ticket (about £20 extra each) is awesome to. Well worth a visit imo, and certainly at this price. Heat!
Heated for Orlando Attractions, used them a fortnight ago and did exactly what they said in the timeframe they said.
They were the cheapest I could find for what I bought (3 for 2 on Busch gardens, sea world and aquatica) and had a good look round before purchasing.
Found through the original deal posted a few weeks ago buy the op, thanks op
Legoand Windsor offer - TWO days at park, stay in hotel, free ice-cream for kids + kids TV/Movie room + more from just £38.25pp @ Legoland Holidays (Based on 2A/2C)
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Awesome prices for high season, various dates in July & August -others are also aval but at higher cost Example dates July 20/21/23/24/30/31 August 3/6/7/11/13/14/17/18/20… Read more
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fireman127th Jun

What's with this new fad of staying in a shod hotel and going back again …What's with this new fad of staying in a shod hotel and going back again the next day only to endure all that queuing and extortionate food pricing again!

​Agree take a packed lunch!
Thanks, just booked. Topcashbach do cash back as well.
Fab deal, we had an awesome time last time we went, but didn't get chance to stay in hotel. Sounds great
tubbyasstoo

reading and basingstoke ?jesus these towns are nowhere near legolandthe … reading and basingstoke ?jesus these towns are nowhere near legolandthe disasterous arnhem parachute drop of ww2 which was nowhere near arnhem comes to mind


One of them is in the same county
To be honest i'd consider just staying at the hotels and forgetting the park.

We don't live far (few miles) and despite having a 2 year old and Merlin passes for us and the Grandparents, we've only bothered taking her 4 times between us. Three of the four times the queues were ridiculous, we are talking about an hour to get some food, let alone get on a ride. The one time it was relatively less busy (but still busy) they didn't bother opening half the rides.

On a general note, we've been really disappointed with the passes. We've had them in the past, when family visited they worked out reasonable value for sight seeing. Eventually we stopped getting them as everyone had seen the sites they cover enough times, but this year we got them as the little one was coming to the age where she'd start enjoying the parks/london eye/etc.

Have to say, comparing to the past, prices have gone up significantly but what you get in return has deteriorated. You need premium for Fast Track, Special days, Summer hols in London, parking ,etc. The parks don't look like they've had a make over in years. And one of the advantages (as we live close to the parks) was you could pop in off peak on a whim to avoid the queues. But recent experience (including the other parks) has been they only operate "properly" when its wall to wall busy Don't think we'll be getting the passes again. The parks are closed half the year to begin with, if they are effectively going to run them half closed for much of the rest of the time (other then the odd weekend or school hols) whats the point in an annual pass!

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Legoland Discovery Centre and Sealife Centre Combo Manchester + free Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor ticket
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Bit of a long one but here goes.... Legoland Discovery Centre (LCD) has recently been refurbished and is a great place to go with the kids. At the moment if you purchase the comb… Read more
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lanc1979

Take your own drinks? And food for that matter?You're going to get ripped … Take your own drinks? And food for that matter?You're going to get ripped off whichever attraction you go to, and buy the food and drink - don't single out Legoland Manchester, we've had some brilliant days out there.



Lego land Manchester is shocking. Kids were fighting parents didn't give a toss it was like a zoo. I took my family and came out after 30mims
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if you don't want the chaperone ticket it is 49 for adult and 39 for kids but the chaperone ticket allows any adult to take the child so it is an adult pass that can be transferred to any adult who is accompanying the child. Hope this makes sense
So for an adult with one child it would be £100? or does the chaperone ticket cover an adult and child?
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fireman1

Out of interest, where does it mention anything about the free tickets?I … Out of interest, where does it mention anything about the free tickets?I see nothing when looking online.


I purchased directly from LDC
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Littlepink

I can't see anything about the tickets to alton towers or legoland


I didn't know about them either and they were not advertised anywhere but I was told that this is part of the deal
Kids fly for free on selected flights/destinations @ British Airways (e.g. 2A+2C to Denmark £37pp Return - Ideal for Legoland!)
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Evening folks, was faffing around and noticed BA have a offer on where kids can fly for free (Under the age of 12) for every paying adult Eg Obviously going to be loads more … Read more
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exexpat

Wow a Bloody Awful flight full of kids no thanks.



Grow up.
Moving British IT jobs offshore and expect people to fly with them after recent infrastructure disasters...? Reputational damage and public have no confidence in the company or brand. Classic example of putting corporate greedy cost saving instead of putting customer first which has back fired.
Fights to Belfast and Newcastle! This is a steal. I love Belfast. Best city in the world.
patrick_000

Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 … Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 workers last year and shifted the jobs to India. Similar thing happened with Natwest a couple of years ago after a massive job shift to India!



Of course the unions and socialists would suggest it must be entirely down to that. Every time anything goes wrong it must be down to outsourcing offshore. If there hasn't been outsourcing it's down to management and cost cutting. Tram driver falls asleep at the controls and its the managements fault because drivers are too scared to come forward.

Since you appear to have such knowledge in the area, perhaps you could clear something up. The issue occurred due to a UK contractor(s) switching the power off (isolating the equipment from both main and backup supply). Then that same UK contractor(s) failed to follow the power restoration procedure, causing massive corruption to the system. In the first instance how was that the fault of the Indians? In fact that was the fault of the staff they hadn't shifted to India!

Secondly, did the Indians design and build a brand new system last year? Or did they take on the management of the existing infra-stucture? I'm sure someone as knowledgeable as yourself would know a system of this scale is rarely delivered in a year? In other words it's likely the system was actually designed and built by the UK workers. And its the system design that was at fault not the support staff. Switching on power failure and recovering when power is restored are largely automated processes. Neither the original UK or replacement Indian support staff would have had any input in the issue. Their job would have been afterwards in recovering the system, which on a large complex DB is not a trivial task.

NB: Although its harsh to even blame the system architects given how the fault occurred. Isolating power and then putting it back on without following restart procedures is generally a BIG NO NO!

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afroylnt

Best Avoid until they invest in their IT infrastructure, either they know … Best Avoid until they invest in their IT infrastructure, either they know nothing about running large IT real time systems or some sharp salesman sold.the them something not fit for purpose....either way makes you think what other basic area do they know nothing about?



Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 workers last year and shifted the jobs to India. Similar thing happened with Natwest a couple of years ago after a massive job shift to India!
LEGOLAND Holiday - Kids go FREE in June + Sept! Overnight stay, Breakfast + FREE 2nd day entry into park from £39pp! (Based on family of 4) £153 @ LEGOLAND Holidays
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Spotted this and thought it was a cracking deal that i'm sure the little terrors will enjoy! (cheeky) You can start booking now until the 2nd of July. Dates of stay are in June… Read more
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Bitbotbang

Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! … Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! Not FREE!!



Kids go free not parents, don't think you get it?.
Kids go free but you as the parent has to pay for food+transport+ drinks! Not FREE!!
Every date i have looked at is £300 plus so cold for me....
£109 for me and the sproglet. Seems good!
Booked, Thanks
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Good find but Nikkip13 already posted this deal in freebies a few days … Good find but Nikkip13 already posted this deal in freebies a few days ago...


Didn't see it, sorry.
Good find but Nikkip13 already posted this deal in freebies a few days ago...
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    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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