$30 Legoland tickets--is this for real???

ninafeliz

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We used them yesterday. I bought them before we left home and printed them off, they scanned them at the gate without any issue at all, and we were good to go! The price was amazing.
 
  • wilbret

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    I’m sure it has been mentioned, but LEGO discounts are so easy to find, you can’t give them away!

    Sign up for free LEGO magazine, and each issue includes a bogo coupon. Your local coupon flyer often has them, too. We had several extra and couldn’t give them away at the gate lol.

    Also, since the new movie is coming out, I’m seeing discounts everywhere. AMC theaters cups have a coupon on them.

    And last, but not least, season passes go on sale quite often. Snagged awesomer passes this year for $75 each.
     
  • ninafeliz

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    FYI - I went to buy these and saw the price is up to $40, which is still a decent discount. However, when I click on the link, the disclaimer says it's only open to FL residents.
    https://me-llflorida-exchange.secure.accesso.com/embed/store.php?l=en&merchant_id=1050&reseller_id=139&reseller_location_id=143&raut=ea49464827929d4cf8e0f6eff1e59fe762856dc269f2bc2489c9d4d7e298fb3d
    I used these last summer without a problem, but just now when I saw your post I went in again to try to buy them just to see what would happen and it stopped me as soon as I entered my address, because we are not Florida residents. That's a bummer, we are going again in June and had planned to buy these closer to the trip. Now I'll have to look for other discounts. I know there are kids go free with paid adults ones out there, but I wonder if there are others that are better? My DH alerted me to a good discount a while ago and I told him not to worry, I had planned on getting these. Oh well, I guess they figured out to many people were buying them to all be Florida PTA members!

    If anyone knows of a better discount than kids free with paid adult please post :-)
     

    tarak

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    I used these last summer without a problem, but just now when I saw your post I went in again to try to buy them just to see what would happen and it stopped me as soon as I entered my address, because we are not Florida residents. That's a bummer, we are going again in June and had planned to buy these closer to the trip. Now I'll have to look for other discounts. I know there are kids go free with paid adults ones out there, but I wonder if there are others that are better? My DH alerted me to a good discount a while ago and I told him not to worry, I had planned on getting these. Oh well, I guess they figured out to many people were buying them to all be Florida PTA members!

    If anyone knows of a better discount than kids free with paid adult please post :-)
    I'll update if I find something. Since the tickets went up to $40, it's not that much better than the kids free, right? I think Undercover Tourist has Legoland tickets, but the discount isn't better than the kids free with adult promo.

    Ugh. It's actually about $217 for the kids free promo - that's for two adults and two kids. About $57 over the PTA tickets.
     
  • ninafeliz

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    I'll update if I find something. Since the tickets went up to $40, it's not that much better than the kids free, right? I think Undercover Tourist has Legoland tickets, but the discount isn't better than the kids free with adult promo.

    Ugh. It's actually about $217 for the kids free promo - that's for two adults and two kids. About $57 over the PTA tickets.

    I was afraid that would be the case, when kids are free the adults probably pay the highest rate there is! We are also 2 adults and 2 kids. I am trying to sign up for their magazine, but it's giving me problems. We probably wouldn't get the first one in time anyway. I think I saw the kids free coupons on the drink boxes my kids get, I hope they are still there since I always threw them away knowing this would be a better deal! I guess in reality $217 isn't too bad, I just remember what we paid last year and it becomes painful haha! Please update if you find something better!
     

    tarak

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    I was afraid that would be the case, when kids are free the adults probably pay the highest rate there is! We are also 2 adults and 2 kids. I am trying to sign up for their magazine, but it's giving me problems. We probably wouldn't get the first one in time anyway. I think I saw the kids free coupons on the drink boxes my kids get, I hope they are still there since I always threw them away knowing this would be a better deal! I guess in reality $217 isn't too bad, I just remember what we paid last year and it becomes painful haha! Please update if you find something better!
    I found this link by googling. Looks like it was a mcdonalds promotion when the Lego 2 movie came out. It let me add the tickets to the cart and the kids tickets were free. I haven't checked out and completed the purchase in case a better deal comes out.

    https://www.legoland.com/florida/promotions/mc-donalds-kids-go-free/?utm_source=mc_donalds_promo_national_lp&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=mc_donalds_promo&utm_content=llf_link

    I'm also going to see if tickets are cheaper than this deal with a package. I booked my room and paid the $25 fee to enable changes in case we had to cancel, but I didn't get tickets because I planned to buy them through the PTA. Best laid plans and all that...
     

    ninafeliz

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    I found this link by googling. Looks like it was a mcdonalds promotion when the Lego 2 movie came out. It let me add the tickets to the cart and the kids tickets were free. I haven't checked out and completed the purchase in case a better deal comes out.

    https://www.legoland.com/florida/promotions/mc-donalds-kids-go-free/?utm_source=mc_donalds_promo_national_lp&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=mc_donalds_promo&utm_content=llf_link

    I'm also going to see if tickets are cheaper than this deal with a package. I booked my room and paid the $25 fee to enable changes in case we had to cancel, but I didn't get tickets because I planned to buy them through the PTA. Best laid plans and all that...
    Holy cow, that comes up to $270 for 2 adults and 2 kids! The adult tickets are $125 plus tax with that deal. it still may be better than anything else I can find, but without that deal I hope no one pays $125 for an adult ticket. On the LegoLand website a 2 day adult ticket is $129, and a regular adult ticket is $85 on sale from $100 according to them. So it's pretty crappy that the buy one get one price is $125 a ticket, it should be $85 each adult or at least $100 each adult. I hate what IMO is deceptive advertising.

    I'm getting $366 if I just order 4 tickets from their website with the early purchase discount, so it does save money, but I still don't like the way they do it.
     

    tarak

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    Holy cow, that comes up to $270 for 2 adults and 2 kids! The adult tickets are $125 plus tax with that deal. it still may be better than anything else I can find, but without that deal I hope no one pays $125 for an adult ticket. On the LegoLand website a 2 day adult ticket is $129, and a regular adult ticket is $85 on sale from $100 according to them. So it's pretty crappy that the buy one get one price is $125 a ticket, it should be $85 each adult or at least $100 each adult. I hate what IMO is deceptive advertising.

    I'm getting $366 if I just order 4 tickets from their website with the early purchase discount, so it does save money, but I still don't like the way they do it.
    We’re just doing a single day at legoland, so that’s where I got the $217. The same tickets at UT came to $287, I think. It’s crazy expensive. I wonder what an adult pass comes to. The main reason we’re doing legoland is the cost of flights to leave the day our Disney trip started were crazy expensive but several hundred dollars cheaper the morning before - the flight gets in around 8, so I figured we’d finally take a day and see legoland. If I’m spending the money, better to spend it on something more fun than airfare.
     

    ninafeliz

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    We’re just doing a single day at legoland, so that’s where I got the $217. The same tickets at UT came to $287, I think. It’s crazy expensive. I wonder what an adult pass comes to. The main reason we’re doing legoland is the cost of flights to leave the day our Disney trip started were crazy expensive but several hundred dollars cheaper the morning before - the flight gets in around 8, so I figured we’d finally take a day and see legoland. If I’m spending the money, better to spend it on something more fun than airfare.
    That was for 2 adult one day tickets and 2 kids free using the link you posted! I was just pointing out that on the Legand site a 2 day ticket is only a few dollars more than what they are charging for a one day ticket when you get kids free. So the kids aren’t really free, they are jacking up the adults tickets to cover the difference. It’s still less, but not as much as they lead you to believe with the kids free with adult purchase promo.

    So how did you get $217 for one day tickets for 2 adults and 2 kids free? I only see the $270 (I’ll check again later, to make sure I did t do something g wrong).
     

    tarak

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    Did you look at the tickets that include the water park? The one day tickets with the water park option look to be $125.
     

    ninafeliz

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    Did you look at the tickets that include the water park? The one day tickets with the water park option look to be $125.
    I’ll have to double check- probably tomorrow. I hope I did that. I know it isn’t a huge difference, but I like $217 better than $270!
     

    ClapYourHands

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    I’ll have to double check- probably tomorrow. I hope I did that. I know it isn’t a huge difference, but I like $217 better than $270!
    The $217 is for the two adult 1-day tickets at $100 each, plus tax. The two child tickets are free.

    I'm going by myself and taking 3 kids. I planned to use the PTO discount, but now think I'll just buy an adult ticket for my oldest to get the second "adult" ticket, so we can get the two free kid tickets. He's already a "Disney adult," but it looks like Legoland starts their adult tickets at 13.
     

    tarak

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    I’ll have to double check- probably tomorrow. I hope I did that. I know it isn’t a huge difference, but I like $217 better than $270!
    $270 is insane. The site has a discount of $84.99, but that's for all tickets age 3+. I'm assuming the buy one adult, get a free kid ticket doesn't count for that. $217 is still less than the cost of flying out the next day and I can use Marriott points to book the room for free. Of course, we have to rent a car, too. Ugh.
     


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