Visit LEGOLAND for FREE until July and enjoy a whole day of free entertainment….as long as you have one very special name.
Many congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on your new arrival.
I’m sure you’re both thrilled to welcome a new baby into your family.
As a way to celebrate, LEGOLAND is giving away free tickets to their attraction.
Unfortunately, not just anyone can get their hand on a free LEGOLAND ticket.
You just need one thing to get your freebie …… your name.
Calling all Louis
You may not be fifth in line to the throne like His Royal Highness Prince Louis, but this may be better! 🙂
If you’re called Louis (or have a child called Louis, a partner, uncle, or mate) you’re able to go to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort absolutely free!
From now until 19 July 2018, Louis just needs to head to the Ticket Office (by the main entrance) with proof of his identity and he’ll be given a free day ticket to the attraction.
It has to be the right spelling, so Louie, Lewis or Lois can’t take advantage of this offer.
To prove you are in fact a Louis, you need to show either your passport, birth certificate or photocard driving licence. They will accept photocopies.
What Louis gets
Your free ticket (could be either an adult or child ticket) will let you get into LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for the whole day.
If Louis is under 16 and you’ve nabbed yourself a free child ticket, you must be accompanied by an adult over 18. The adult (unless they are called Louis too) will need to hold a valid ticket as well.
However, this ticket doesn’t need to be a full price ticket. You’re able to use a ticket you’ve bought for cheaper in advance or got discounted.
How to get cheap LEGOLAND tickets
If you buy a ticket at the gate, it could cost you up to £60!!!
It’s alright for Louis to nip into the park for free, but you don’t want to have to wait at the gate cause it’s too expensive!
Save 31% on tickets
Book your day out via Attraction Tix and you can save 31% on LEGOLAND prices.
Included in the deal price you get your lunch thrown in, so there’s no need to prepare a picnic.
You can choose from a Burger Kitchen Meal or a Farmer Joe’s Chicken Meal or a Fish & Chips Meal.
If you’re stuck for things to do with the kids at the weekend or over the school holidays, check our Kids Pass review where you can get a 30 day trial for just a quid.
Kids Pass gives you discounts on loads of days outs and activities across the UK.
Book in advance to save
Please don’t just show up as it will be more expensive.
If you book online at least seven days before you go to LEGOLAND you will be able to save £15 per person.
More free tickets
You don’t even need to be called Louis to get in for free!
There are a fair a fair few promotions taking place at the moment:
- Buy promotional Cadbury’s chocolate and you can get a free ticket.
- Or, if you’re not into chocolate, grab a Kellogg’s promotional pack of cereal and pick up your voucher from the box.
While it’s a freebie, you will need to purchase one full-priced adult ticket at the same time, so it’s more like half price if you split the costs.
Use your Tesco Clubcard points
Millions of people have a Tesco Clubcard – it’s one of the most used loyalty cards in the country.
But what are you doing with the points? Why not use them to get a cheaper day out at LEGOLAND?
You’re able to swap £13 of Clubcard vouchers for a free ticket to LEGOLAND.
Read this: The Best Way to Spend Clubcard Points
Merlin or LEGOLAND Annual Pass
If you plan to go to LEGOLAND a lot, or even head to Thorpe Park, Chessington, SEA LIFE or many more then an annual pass may be a good option for you.
It’s still expensive with passes starting from £70 per person but, as I said, if you’re going a lot you’ll save over time.
2 for 1 tickets when you train it
If you’re travelling by train, you can use the National Rail’s 2 for 1 offer on days out.
You need to plan your trip in advance and download the voucher from their site.
While the Duchess of Cambridge probably won’t fancy a day out after giving birth, they’ve got enough cash to pay for themselves, and Prince Louis can get in for free anyway (under 3s go free), it’s certainly a decent perk for the rest of the Louises out there.
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