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Buy 1 Adult Ticket, Get 1 Child Ticket Free - Legoland California/Florida, Legoland Discovery Centers, Madame Tussauds, & Sea Life

SlickDealio 21,561 June 3, 2013 at 07:06 AM in Children (3)
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Terms & Conditions: Receive one free child ticket with the purchase of a full-priced adult ticket. Not valid on advanced ticket purchases. Prices and hours are subject to change without notice. Offer not valid with any other discounts, offers or promotions or used for birthday parties. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No cash value. The right of final interpretation resides with Merlin Entertainments Group. Additional restrictions may apply. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Not for resale. Expires: 12/31/13

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Quote from SlickDealio View Post :
http://www.merlindeals.com/thehomedepot

Terms & Conditions: Receive one free child ticket with the purchase of a full-priced adult ticket. Not valid on advanced ticket purchases. Prices and hours are subject to change without notice. Offer not valid with any other discounts, offers or promotions or used for birthday parties. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No cash value. The right of final interpretation resides with Merlin Entertainments Group. Additional restrictions may apply. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Not for resale. Expires: 12/31/13
Not sure why this didn't get any attention, but it's a pretty good deal and I needed something for next month out there.
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Quote from ChrisB7151 View Post :
Not sure why this didn't get any attention, but it's a pretty good deal and I needed something for next month out there.
because it's advertised everywhere. i saw it at burgerking and mcdonalds too.
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Thanks. Heading to WDW next week, might take a break and visit legoland.
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wonder if they will give credit on free ticket towards buying annal pass.
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Kids loved this place! Lines were very reasonable.
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Kids loved this place! Lines were very reasonable.
Good to hear, kids are pretty excited. It was one that I was just going to suck up and do, hopefully we have good luck mid week with lines.
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anyone been to legoland florida?
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Looking over the order page, it says "Valid one per transaction". What exactly does this mean? Looking to purchase at least BOGO tickets.

TIA!
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Looking over the order page, it says "Valid one per transaction". What exactly does this mean? Looking to purchase at least BOGO tickets.

TIA!
It means you can only purchase one at a time. I believe the limit is set to email and/or name/address.
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Quote from khysann View Post :
Looking over the order page, it says "Valid one per transaction". What exactly does this mean? Looking to purchase at least BOGO tickets.

TIA!
My interpretation is that you can only get one child ticket per adult ticket.

I went to the Web site and added one adult/child ticket set to my cart, and then I changed the quantity to 2 sets. They were $91 per set, and the total was $182 for two sets.

Four total tickets were delivered to my email.



Used LEGOLAND.com/mcdonalds link with promo code 13018 and it appears to be a more direct link and may represent my local McDonald's stores.

Also, use Chase Freedom card for (hopefully) 5% cash back on theme park.
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anyone been to legoland florida?
yeah, I've been.

I have a 13 & 4 yo and both kids loved it. I loved it because the rides are made for smaller kids so they both could go on at the same time and it's really catered towards the smaller kids throughout the park; instead of like Universal were they have different worlds and we have to split up and take the bigs kids one place and the younger kids to another place because the little kids can't get on the rides and then there's a meltdown. Legoland is catered towards younger children. We didn't get to go to the waterpark it was closed by the time we got to the end of the park because of rain. I'd say the best ages for Legoland 3-11.

The prices are ok, you pay upfront for example, the icee costs $10 but all of the refills are $3. I really liked it, the lines weren't crazy like Magic Kingdom at Disney but I went in May so I don't know what they are like now.

I'd definately go again but I was an idiot and didn't upgrade to the season passes, so I don't feel like paying $200 again when I could've bought season passes so it will be a while before I'll go again.
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How do they check children age? my little one is gonna be 3 (wears size 5 clothes) at august 20th, but we are going sometime on the first week of august. My all kids look big, and i don't know if they will ask me to buy tickets for little one. How does this work?
Is this deal working for waterpark also?
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