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Free Entry For Guests Whose Birthday Falls On 29 May @ Legoland Windsor
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31/07/2022Expires on 31/07/2022Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
If you share your birthday with Legolands Mythica attraction you get free entry to the parks worth during June and July. ** Terms and Conditions apply These terms and conditions prevail in…
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sm9690

Meanwhile in Germany, Phantasialand gives you free entry on your birthday :(

mysmugcat

I suppose they want proof :)

Bedrocks

What a terrible promotion idea!!

Downtownmonkey

My daughters birthday is 29th of May!

Forseti

My sister's birthday is 28th May and mine 30th May.. Genuinely. And I know 3 other people with the same Birthday as mine. The 29th?! Such a weird day. 30th May is way more historic lol.

LEGOLAND Windsor - 2 day Park Tickets + Holiday Inn stay inc breakfast from £188 (£47pp based on 2 adults / 2 children) @ Legoland Holidays
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Update 1
23/05 - Same offer now directly available at Legoland Holidays, see post for dates. Need to book by 5th June.
This deal is aimed at families with kids who would enjoy a break to LEGOLAND® Windsor with 2 day park tickets and an offsite night stay at Holiday Inn Reading South with breakfast including …
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Shenx

Looking for holiday ideas for the family but am sorry this looks way to tame for my 7year old I think after a hour he'd be looking to leave never mind trying to get him back for a second day. Sorry but heat for the price I guess.

beaumo89

Disagree with this. Went last Thursday for daughters 4th birthday. She loved every minute, both the pirate and Lego Friends shows where big hits with her. Most of the rides are old, granted, but perfect for her and they didn’t seem run down. We took our own lunch and just bought a few ice creams whilst we were there so didn’t cost a lot when we were in the park.

Shah_G

Same for me

Shah_G

Cant see the price on the site.

X-Cell

Stayed in Reading South last weekend with 2 days in Lego Land if anyone has questions. Really enjoyed the weekend but some things to be aware of Hotel - Double Sofa bed was not great for a 10 and 13 year old, duvet too small to share - Good breakfast - I didn't think the hotel dinner was great and was expensive, try to find a restaurant locally. - 30 mins from legoland Legoland - I think it's great for younger children, we go at least every year, teenages might be better off with other themeparks Reserve and Ride (Fast Pass) - One of my daughters is disabled so we get the basic Reserve and Ride which is normally £15pp - It's probably worth the cost if you want to get everything done at least on one of the 2 days. - It's a sort of a virtual queue, but you can use it smartly if you think about it. - You reserve a ride and they queue for in an alternate queue for about 0 - 20 mins, 5mins is norm. Then its scanned and you are blocked from reserving another ride for the time normal queue is claimed to be. But that time includes the queue you have just waited in (I think), actually been on the ride, walking to the next etc So be smart go on long queue ride, then go on small rides (if able) while you wait, have lunch, catch a show etc. Go on a popular ride as the last ride you do.

Tickets to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Birmingham or Manchester for £9.99 for BLC members for visits between 21st May - 5th June
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05/06/2022Expires on 05/06/2022Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
£9.99 for adult (18+) and child (3-17) standard admission tickets between 21st May - 5th June for Blue Light Card members, children under 3 go free. Taken from BLC app: 'This May half ter…
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bald_vale

Great day out with the family :)

dan.meekoAz

The Birmingham one is absolutely not worth going to. Like what Jimbo10 said about Manchester - it's small, not much going on. Absolutely not worth it.

adamg64

Alots changed there now, we use to have a chaperone pass and a child pass paid around about £100 quid for a full year and we went every other week was worth it considering the costs of playlands etc these days. They have stopped these passes now. Some of the rides have gone too.

Jimbo10

The one in Manchester is dreadful. Very small and poor lighting. The shops great but that's about it. Not worth the money in my opinion

Merlin Discovery Annual Pass £69 / SIlver Pass £119 / Gold Pass £179 / Platinum Pass £239 @ Merlin Annual Pass
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Reduction on various Merlin annual passes, which gives a pass to attractions across the UK e.g. Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Legoland, SEA LIFE, London eye etc. The cheape…
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Mentos

I swore never again (conquer with previous comments about Lego Land), but considering getting this for my daughters 4th bday as we can do the London attractions for the first time. Then whatever we get from the parks is just a bonus. Could anybody be kind enough to let me know if tickets to London attractions (Shrek, sea life, london eye) are showing available Fri 27th? Or can I check before buying.

Gadgeteer

Yes

taimoor

Is this per person ?

Gadgeteer

To answer my own question. Just bought the passes and was able to instantly pre-book Monday (y)

Steca

It says on the website it ends 23:59 on 22nd May 2022 https://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/important-information/terms-conditions/

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2 Free Legoland Adult Tickets (Paper costs 70p weekdays & £1 weekends) - Collect 9 Codes + £2 booking fee @ The Sun Newspaper
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Inside copies of The Sun and Sun on Sunday, you’ll find Sun Saver codes. Collect 9 of these and you can get your free tickets to the UK’s most popular theme park. Download the Sun Saver app …
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amz84uk

Scroll up and read some of the most recent messages posted :-)

pookey1

Has anyone been recently please? We've booked for mid June but I'm worried it may get cancelled 😬

stphnstevey

Oh, thanks, haven't been able to look as haven't been able to get past needing 3 more codes

ac12

What date are you looking to do most dates are out.

HXL

I entered into the park without any problems today, 4 tickets but my husband didn't come. And they check ID to make sure it's your name on the tickets.

Half Term Legoland Brick Week 12-27 February FREE with a purchase of a LOTTO ticket for £2 @ Visit Britain Shop/National Lottery
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* 1 ticket / voucher per email address Steps: 1. Buy a LOTTO ticket, either online or in store, 2. Claim a voucher code here, you will need long lotto ticket number: https://www.visitbrit…
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honeyblossom_01

Thanks @mad4dealsdad. Absolutely loved it. Best £6 ever spent. Mythica showed as a 15 min queue but ended up being an hour. Can't complain as rest of the rides were literally 5 or 10 mins. Staff were so polite and friendly. Would deffo go again if it wasn't so far away!

bhaisab

Are there any other deals/attractions the are worth using this offer with?

mad4dealsdad

Just download the legoland app, which shows the ride waiting times. Mythica, ninjago and monster party are not to be missed rides

honeyblossom_01

Someone posted some great advice on legoland I.e. where to start etc. I can't seem to find the comment. Going tomm so would really appreciate any help.

sammydee_27

Thank you so much for putting this up Op! Had 2 days in Legoland for £8! Absolutely loved it and want to go back again :)