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Xbis 889 February 4, 2013 at 03:25 PM in Entertainment (2)
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Are there any promotions for Legoland CA tickets?

we have 2 adults and 1 kid traveling to LA Disneyland in mid-Feb, will spend 4 days in Disneyland and probably spend 1 day in Legoland (maybe 2 if its REALLY good).

Also interested in Sea World during the same trip, but not sure if it's worth the tickets. All the admission do add up quickly Smilie

Thanks in advance for any tips! will rep

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Not sure if there are specials, but you might want to see what's included in purchase of yearly membership.
I know 2 years ago, San Diego zoo's admission was $35, yet for $90, I got yearly membership for 2 people and 2 more free tickets, which with 3 people you are already ahead.

Might be same deal with sea world and Lego land
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Quote from iwls01 View Post :
Are there any promotions for Legoland CA tickets?

we have 2 adults and 1 kid traveling to LA Disneyland in mid-Feb, will spend 4 days in Disneyland and probably spend 1 day in Legoland (maybe 2 if its REALLY good).

Also interested in Sea World during the same trip, but not sure if it's worth the tickets. All the admission do add up quickly Smilie

Thanks in advance for any tips! will rep
If you have a Costco membership they sell discounted tickets. They're still not cheap but it does help a bit and even better, Costco literally is across the street from Legoland so it's not exactly out of the way. They have had the tickets available on-line but now all I see is a 3-month pass for $80.

I took my nieces there and I have to say that for the $ they get I was expecting A LOT more. It's obviously built for small kids and all but dollar for dollar I'd far rather spend my $ at Disneyland.
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Quote from LivninSC View Post :
If you have a Costco membership they sell discounted tickets. They're still not cheap but it does help a bit and even better, Costco literally is across the street from Legoland so it's not exactly out of the way. They have had the tickets available on-line but now all I see is a 3-month pass for $80.

I took my nieces there and I have to say that for the $ they get I was expecting A LOT more. It's obviously built for small kids and all but dollar for dollar I'd far rather spend my $ at Disneyland.
Thanks for the reply! our main purpose is Disneyland, may just spend 1 day in Legoland since my kids are young (4 & 2).

Having said that, I see quite few people selling Legoland tickets on craigslist - they probably got them free from last year's promotion. They claim there are no names, no restrictions. Is it safe to buy, would you know?
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Quote from iwls01 View Post :
Thanks for the reply! our main purpose is Disneyland, may just spend 1 day in Legoland since my kids are young (4 & 2).

Having said that, I see quite few people selling Legoland tickets on craigslist - they probably got them free from last year's promotion. They claim there are no names, no restrictions. Is it safe to buy, would you know?
Honestly, not sure. There is a similar thing going on with ticket renting up at Disneyland.

Basically they buy a multi day pass and you then "rent" it for one day and return the ticket when you're done (that night I'm assuming). Technically Disneyland doesn't allow this, and it may be totally different from what's going on at Legoland. I have never done this but have heard of people doing it without issue. If you want to read up on it, and them cracking down check this out. Just know that either way I suppose is risky, albeit maybe Legoland is less risky.

http://www.ocregister.com/enterta...y-day.html

http://www.ocregister.com/article...yland.html

Actually, check the 2nd review. Maybe this is no longer possible.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/best-tick...re-anaheim

I think I have seen discounted tickets to Dland at local Costcos but don't quote me. I think there is also a site called mouse saver (http://www.mousesavers.com/) not sure if it'll help out or not.

I remember when CA residents could get in for $20 or $25 to one of the parks. I think since they stopped doing that I've been once, maybe twice. It's crazy what they get, but then again they have a park to back it up. I was kind of shocked how small Legoland was when I went and the rides were more like carnival rides Frown Then again it's not like you're going to be taking a 2 or a 4 yr old on what I would categorize as "fun" rides!

Oh, one thing I would like to add is that the local super markets almost always carry gift cards to Legoland or Disneyland. Some are a specific value whereas others may be a days access. If you have a CCard that saves you 5% at grocery stores you could always buy the gift card from the store and then save 5% on a ticket. Probably not a huge amount of $ but should be enough atleast to cover your parking costs Big Grin
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When I've gone to legoland in the past I bought B1G1 coupons off ebay for like $3-$5. They were like San Diego PTA coupons or something. They worked great.

Then when I went into the park I was able to add an extra day for $10 per person.
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If you have a little more time, I'd recommend subscribing (Free) to the Lego Club magazines, and each month there is a free child ticket with adult ticket purchase.

Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any live offers with that same promotion.
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search san diego craigslist always tickets on there for sell .
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Quote from iwls01 View Post :
Are there any promotions for Legoland CA tickets?

we have 2 adults and 1 kid traveling to LA Disneyland in mid-Feb, will spend 4 days in Disneyland and probably spend 1 day in Legoland (maybe 2 if its REALLY good).

Also interested in Sea World during the same trip, but not sure if it's worth the tickets. All the admission do add up quickly Smilie

Thanks in advance for any tips! will rep
Bonus: Everyone who enters the giveaway gets a free child ticket with one paid adult ticket to Legoland California Resort. Go to LEGOLAND.com/RedTri and use the coupon code "13004" when purchasing your tickets. One time use only. Expires on March 10th, 2013.
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Quote from iwls01 View Post :
Thanks for the reply! our main purpose is Disneyland, may just spend 1 day in Legoland since my kids are young (4 & 2).

Having said that, I see quite few people selling Legoland tickets on craigslist - they probably got them free from last year's promotion. They claim there are no names, no restrictions. Is it safe to buy, would you know?
I have young children and have found Legoland to be more enjoyable than Disneyland at the younger age. Its less crowded, its more geared towards younger children, and if you are going while the waterpark is open it is great for little kids.

Disneyland is crazy, there is way too much walking and long lines IMO for kids that little.
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I have young children and have found Legoland to be more enjoyable than Disneyland at the younger age. Its less crowded, its more geared towards younger children, and if you are going while the waterpark is open it is great for little kids.

Disneyland is crazy, there is way too much walking and long lines IMO for kids that little.
I guess you'll get opinions for or against Lego. I was there this past Summer, did Disney first than Legoland. My boys, 5 and 7 are lego nuts. They seemed to have a good time, but my wife and I thought it was lame, especially compared to Disney Land (wish I had spent more time at Disney instead). Yes, the lines aren't as long, but I'd rather wait a little longer for a great ride than not so long for crappy rides. There were a few good rides at Lego, for example, the Technics rollar coaster and a ride where you sit in chairs attached to a robotic arm, you get twisted upside down etc, that ride varies in intensity based on the child your with.
Like someone had mentioned, there's often coupons in Lego magazines. Maybe pick up a copy at the nearest lego store or sign up online to receive them.
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Been there, never again, LegoLand 'might' be worth a $20 admission, but certainly not what they are bilking folks for. Problem is the rides are all small carnival type rides and the lines very long for a very very short ride. We visit all of the So Ca Parks annually. Will not have LL on our calendar for a very very long time. Simply not worth it.
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