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Tanzanite
05-16-2009, 03:55 PM
We are hoping to spend 2 days here wheres a good place to get cheaper tickets & a good place reasonably priced to stay we will use the train thanks:cool1::cool1:

Haworthfamily
05-16-2009, 04:54 PM
Hello

Whenever we visit Legoland we get vouchers, I think it's really expensive.
I think last time we went it was 39 for an adult.

Some of the newspapers often have vouchers getting a child in free with an adult. Tesco days out should be coming up or if you have an 'invitation book' they have Legoland vouchers.

Is http://www.attractiontix.co.uk any good, they look about 22.50 for an adult in advance.

Sorry don't know about any hotels, we usually drive up and back in a day.

Sarah X

hildasmuriel
05-16-2009, 05:31 PM
There is a Travelodge in Slough and you can get a Legoland shuttle from the bus stop outside. It's about 4 miles away from Legoland itself.

Tanzanite
05-16-2009, 05:35 PM
Thank you Sarah i will be visiting with 3 kids,After spending 6days in Disney Paris.We are from USA ,We want to see lots of sights in England My 2 boys love Lego we have been to Legoland California several times so we have to visit I have a lot of places to visit but will run out of time ,We have a 15 day Train pass so hope to go a lot of places,:cool1::cool1:

Tanzanite
05-16-2009, 05:38 PM
There is a Travelodge in Slough and you can get a Legoland shuttle from the bus stop outside. It's about 4 miles away from Legoland itself.

Thanks so much is it very expensive .Will the rooms be ok 3kids & me Iwill look on internet to check its the one place we have to go.Have they any charactors that come out.:cool1::cool1:

PoppyAnna
05-17-2009, 03:32 PM
What ever you do, DO NOT just turn up and pay full gate price. You can buy lower priced print at home tickets from Asda in advance, from here (http://www.asda-gifts.co.uk/Category/Id/2417/Name/LEGOLAND_) Not sure if you'll be able to do this from the US.

It's worth doing an internet search to find a money off voucher, this will take minutes and save you a fortune.
I've registered for free with a website called Raring2go (http://www.raring2go.co.uk/) and they always have a discount voucher available, we last used in April with no problems, just print off the A4 sheet and produce it at the tickets gate. I think DH got in for 19 (instead of 39 on the gate) and the our youngest DD was 16:thumbsup2 Myself and our 6yo have AP's as we go in the hols, we now have to pay for youngest DD as shes now 3 and DH but never ever pay full price at the gate. A family behind us last month paid over 120 ($220) for four of them to enter :scared1::scared1:


Have a great time, I hope you enjoy Legoland Windsor:thumbsup2

Tanzanite
05-17-2009, 03:58 PM
What ever you do, DO NOT just turn up and pay full gate price. You can buy lower priced print at home tickets from Asda in advance, from here (http://www.asda-gifts.co.uk/Category/Id/2417/Name/LEGOLAND_) Not sure if you'll be able to do this from the US.

It's worth doing an internet search to find a money off voucher, this will take minutes and save you a fortune.
I've registered for free with a website called Raring2go (http://www.raring2go.co.uk/) and they always have a discount voucher available, we last used in April with no problems, just print off the A4 sheet and produce it at the tickets gate. I think DH got in for 19 (instead of 39 on the gate) and the our youngest DD was 16:thumbsup2 Myself and our 6yo have AP's as we go in the hols, we now have to pay for youngest DD as shes now 3 and DH but never ever pay full price at the gate. A family behind us last month paid over 120 ($220) for four of them to enter :scared1::scared1:


Have a great time, I hope you enjoy Legoland Windsor:thumbsup2

Thank you so much i just registered wait for an email now .:cool1: