Any coupons or deals to Legoland or Disneyland??

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  1. toese

    toese Earning My Ears

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    Hi! We are on a budget and we are driving down to Disneyland from oregon at the end of March. We will be at Disneyland for 1 day and then san Diego for 4 nights. I've been searching and searching for any coupons or that deal if you buy an adult admission to legoland you get a childs admission for free. is there anyone out there that has those that don't want them?? I sure can use them!!!
     
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  3. DisneyFanatik

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    Try this link:
    www.getawaytoday.com
    I haven't used them yet, but I think that I will when it is time to buy our tickets (unless I find a better deal somewhere else!) They don't have BOGO, but they do have adult tickets at children's prices. They have Disney tickets as well as all San Diego area tickets (Legoland included). Have a great trip!
     
  4. DisneyFanatik

    DisneyFanatik DIS Veteran

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    Also, I found that COSTCO has really good deals on Legoland tickets if you are a member. http://www.costco.com
     
  5. TwingleMum

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    Can you buy them at Costco???
     
  6. cookielou75

    cookielou75 Earning My Ears

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    I have some coupons for a free child's admission with a full price adult. They expire April 1. They were from Wendy's restaurant. I will send you a couple if you pm me your address. It also says that the additional admissions would be $5 off.
     
  7. m0m0f3

    m0m0f3 Earning My Ears

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    I also had some of those coupons but they expired in January. I am really bummed because it saves a lot. We are going on our first vacation ever and my oldest is 6. we have been married 7 years and never even went on a honeymoon. So we are really excited, but I pulled out the coupons and found they were all expired. I did notice they had a code on them and they were all the same. We received ours from Burger King. Do you have a code on the bottom that you would like to share and then we could all benefit. If not I completely understand. I have been doing a lot of research, so if I find anything out I will let everyone know.

    Thanks
     
  8. madfelice

    madfelice <font color=teal>Don't make a big deal<br><font co

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    I bought a 3 month membership for unlimited entry at the costco site for less than the cost of 1 day from legoland even with the 5% add on for not being a member! Since we are going for 3 days, that's pretty good!
     
  9. Rapunsel

    Rapunsel Tinkerbell... mood subject to change without notic

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  10. Holiday Planner

    Holiday Planner Earning My Ears

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    We got our tickets through Ares Travel for $40 dollars each. Printed them off at home and used them on Saturday with no problems. They are valid until the end of May
     
  11. 5 Disney Fans

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    We joined my son in the Lego Master Builder club (or something like that) for $39.99. The membership included a free ticket to Legoland and he will receive magazines, coupons, and 6 lego kits throughout the year. He is a Legomaniac so it will certainly be $39.99 well spent for him!

    Now when we called the 1-800 to join him up the woman on the phone told us the following:

    1. The ticket can be used for an adult.

    2. That the call she took before us was a person who ordered 5 memberships just for the Legoland tickets (I guess their kids will be getting LOTS of Lego kits in the mail!

    3. My DH asked her if anyone in the area will be offering the kids's free w/ adult admission coupons and she told him that there will be one in the first magazine arrives.

    We have two other kids so if DS gets a free ticket and DH and I use the BOGO essentially we just have to pay for our own tickets and we get the kids in for free :cool1:

    Of course I can't confirm that the coupon will actually be in the magazine until I see for myself but she said it would arrive in 5 days. Also, not sure what the expiration date will be. I'll check back in and let you all know.
     
  12. grizbuzz

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    Does anyone know what issue of Brickmaster that is? We joined about a month ago and I don't recall seeing any coupons (though I have seen them for sale on eBay). Did I miss something or will I be getting a new issue of Brickmaster soon with the coupon? I'm hoping to make a trip to Legoland on April 26 so the coupon could really come in handy!

    BTW...I did see a coupon in the Entertainment book (I think $6 or $7 off per ticket). But I'd rather use the buy an adult and get kids free from Brickmaster!
     
  13. 5 Disney Fans

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    I just got our membership kit today and the magazine was the March-April 2008 copy. The buy one get one ticket was on the next to last page and it expires on 12/31/08. :thumbsup2
     
  14. grizbuzz

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    Thanks for the info! Looks like we have the Jan/Feb issue, so hopefully the next issue will be coming in soon with the coupon.

    Appreciate the info. :goodvibes
     
  15. abolanwoski

    abolanwoski Not mean, just says what others are thinking!

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    Subway has coupons (at least in So. Cal.) right now for 10.00 off all tickets (can be used for 6 tix per coupon) exp 12/31/08 for Legoland
     
  16. Rapunsel

    Rapunsel Tinkerbell... mood subject to change without notic

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    Go to arestravel. com

    $41 dollar tickets. You do not have to be a so cal resident or anything!!!

    Also you print the tickets at home so you dont have to wait for anything to come in the mail!!
     
  17. tebookie

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    The free admission via the Brickmaster is a Buy One Get one Free????
     
  18. 5 Disney Fans

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    Actually it is both.

    With the purchase of the membership you get ONE FREE admission (could be used for child or adult)

    And then in the April/May Brickmaster magazine has a coupon for buy and adult ticket get a child admission for free.
     
  19. tebookie

    tebookie WDW FAN

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    Well thanks for the clarification...wish I knew this before I purchased tickets.

    I should know better to check here before many any purchases:rotfl2:
     

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