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This amazing offer guarantees hours of fun all year round...
If your little ones can’t get enough of LEGOLAND, you’re going to love this news.
You can now buy an annual ticket from just £47 per person – that’s less than what you could be paying for just one single trip to the theme park. Yes, really!
During peak times, you can be paying up to £52 in advance and £60 on the gate for just a single day ticket to the Windsor resort, so you definitely won’t want to miss snapping up a year’s worth of trips for the bargain price.
With your annual ticket, you’ll get unlimited entry on the park’s ‘green days’, 10% off any goodies in the retail shops and 20% off munchies in restaurants in the park. Upgrading to a Standard Annual pass allows you all the same perks plus unlimited entry on ‘yellow days’, costing you just £5 more.
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The park is packed with plenty of different zones, meaning no one trip will be the same. Budding builders can visit Duplo City and ride the Duplo train, racing driver wannabes can head to LEGO City Driving School to pick up their very first driver’s license and adventurers can sail the seas at Pirate Shores.
Plus, if you fancy extending your trip by booking a stay at the LEGOLAND Resort Hotel or one of their handpicked nearby hotels, the park is offering another fantastic deal where kids go free into the park with every full paying adult.
With the park suitable for all ages of children, there really is something for everyone and the annual pass is the perfect way to beat those school holiday boredom days. You’ll have to hurry though – the offer expires on 20th July!
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