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Old 04-13-2013, 10:04 PM   #166
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:34 AM   #167
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The Wild at Work link gives a $20 discount over the advance purchase even for a night at the hotel. It says something about members though. I'm not a member. Do you have to be? Thanks for the great thread.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:59 AM   #168
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The Wild at Work link gives a $20 discount over the advance purchase even for a night at the hotel. It says something about members though. I'm not a member. Do you have to be? Thanks for the great thread.
I was able to make a purchase from that Wild At Work link and it didn't ask me to verify that I was a member. I think they assume that you got to the link because you're a member.
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Old 05-03-2013, 03:50 AM   #169
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Chereya: Did you book the hotel or just buy tickets? As long as the booking process and disclaimers don't say I would need to verify my membership, I should be ok, right? That would be a bummer to show up and have them force me to pay rack rate or something.

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Old 05-03-2013, 12:29 PM   #170
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Chereya: Did you book the hotel or just buy tickets? As long as the booking process and disclaimers don't say I would need to verify my membership, I should be ok, right? That would be a bummer to show up and have them force me to pay rack rate or something.

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I only bought tickets but you could try calling the hotel directly. Tell them that you're on blah blah website and want to know if they can match the rate because you'd rather book directly with the hotel.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:13 PM   #171
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Membership at Wild at Work just means that you have an account to login to their website. There is no card or anything. I know, because I'm a member. Technically it's a site that you can join to offer free perks to your employees. I have a home business so I signed up for an account. All I got was a login. The codes and such they offer can be used outside of their site and I've never been asked for any 'proof' of membership... not that there is any.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:35 PM   #172
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I don't know if anyone still needs coupons, but I have 2 Buy One Adult Get One Child Free coupons that came in the Lego magazine (which is free, BTW). PM me if you want them. They expire 7/31/13
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Old 05-03-2013, 02:44 PM   #173
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I only bought tickets but you could try calling the hotel directly. Tell them that you're on blah blah website and want to know if they can match the rate because you'd rather book directly with the hotel.
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Membership at Wild at Work just means that you have an account to login to their website. There is no card or anything. I know, because I'm a member. Technically it's a site that you can join to offer free perks to your employees. I have a home business so I signed up for an account. All I got was a login. The codes and such they offer can be used outside of their site and I've never been asked for any 'proof' of membership... not that there is any.
Thanks. Love this site and thread and all the helpful Disers. That's $42 I'll save, for which I can talk the husband into a nicer hotel for the wedding the next night.

Thanks, helenb. I have a home business too. Maybe I'll sign up for future deals.
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Old 05-27-2013, 04:20 PM   #174
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I just used this and it worked. Buy one adult ticket, get one child ticket free!!!! Tickets are good for one year from time of purchase. Enter www.legoland.com/mcdonalds in the URL - select your tickets- enter in code 2003- BOOOM!!! Get the discount!! You do need to enter the code (2003) for each child's ticket.

For example: if you buy two adult tickets and two child tickets, you need to enter the code for EACH child.

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Can I use this to buy tickets now, print them and save until August to use?
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Old 05-27-2013, 05:54 PM   #175
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Can I use this to buy tickets now, print them and save until August to use?
FYI - the link you quoted above posted by DVCJones is for Legoland in Florida so it was not included in the main OP as this thread is for Legoland in California.

Are you looking to get tickets for the Legoland in Florida or California?
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FYI - the link you quoted above posted by DVCJones is for Legoland in Florida so it was not included in the main OP as this thread is for Legoland in California.

Are you looking to get tickets for the Legoland in Florida or California?
I am looking for Florida coupons for the first week in August.

The current lego magazine has coupons good thru July.
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Old 05-27-2013, 07:29 PM   #177
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I am looking for Florida coupons for the first week in August.

The current lego magazine has coupons good thru July.
I clicked on the "Terms & Conditions" link and it appears to be good through Dec 21, 2014. DVCJones's posted info says that when printed out, it was good through the end of the year (I assume s/he means 2013). Either way, it appears that you'd be able to purchase now and print it for August. I don't feel like you need to rush though since it seems that this is a long running promotion. I don't really know what other offers might be out there though since I only keep track of Legoland California info.

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Coupon is valid for a free child ticket with the purchase of an adult admission ticket to LEGOLAND® Florida. One Free child only per transaction. Ticket valid for one (1) year from date of purchase. Offer cannot be applied to pre-purchased, online ticket sales or combined with any other discounts or offers. No photocopies or facsimiles will be accepted. Additional restrictions may apply. Prices and hours subject to change without notice. The right of final interpretation resides with LEGOLAND Florida. Not for resale. Offer expires: December 21, 2014.

Special Ticket Offer: 1-Day LEGOLAND Ticket (FREE CHILD WITH PAID ADULT) $79.00
Additional Adult: 1 Day LEGOLAND Ticket (Full Price) $79.00
Additional Child: 1 Day LEGOLAND Ticket (Full Price) $71.00
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Old 06-06-2013, 12:17 AM   #178
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I just found a good discount for Legoland tickets through a link on my Airmiles account. Adult 1 day Legoland only tickets for $55.60 and kids $48.60. They hoppers and 2nd day free tickets. I don't have enough posts to post a link but on the airmiles page if you click on dream rewards, then entertainment, then parks and attractions and then amusement parks usa, click on legoland/sea life hopper ticket and scroll down to where it says %15 off select legoland tickets.
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Old 07-02-2013, 06:41 PM   #179
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I just found a good discount for Legoland tickets through a link on my Airmiles account. Adult 1 day Legoland only tickets for $55.60 and kids $48.60. They hoppers and 2nd day free tickets. I don't have enough posts to post a link but on the airmiles page if you click on dream rewards, then entertainment, then parks and attractions and then amusement parks usa, click on legoland/sea life hopper ticket and scroll down to where it says %15 off select legoland tickets.
Does anyone know if this deal is good in the US, or is it only for Canadian customers?
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Does anyone know if this deal is good in the US, or is it only for Canadian customers?
Maybe someone else has an answer. I tried to investigate but I don't have an Airmiles account so I was unable to verify.
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