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Groupon has a nice theme park ticket deal for Legoland CA, located in Carlsbad (it's an hour from SAN or two hours from SNA)

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Two-Day Resort Hopper Tickets at LEGOLAND California Resort (Up to 50%Off). Two Options Available:
  • Two Tickets: Each Ticket valid for (1) Two-Day LEGOLAND California Resort Hopper for $148
  • Four Tickets: Each Ticket valid for (1) Two-Day LEGOLAND California Resort Hopper for $296

Any So Cal Denny's Restaurant will have coupons available for Kids Free (with paid adult admission, one day hopper). Not sure of the terms but if you need extra tickets....
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Lego land is fun for little kids. Took mine there last year for 1 day. But 1 day is not enough time to do everything because their operating hours(at the time) were short just FYI
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Lego land is fun for little kids. Took mine there last year for 1 day. But 1 day is not enough time to do everything because their operating hours(at the time) were short just FYI
Yeah, during Winter months it's very short but you could definitely do the park in a day during Summer. We have annual passes since Legoland is less than a 5 min drive from our house so we just spend a couple of hours here and there when we feel like it.
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Costco sell annual pass for about $100
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yeah the costco pass [costco.com]for $110 is a much better deal if you plan on going on more than 2 days.
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Yeah, during Winter months it's very short but you could definitely do the park in a day during Summer. We have annual passes since Legoland is less than a 5 min drive from our house so we just spend a couple of hours here and there when we feel like it.
We have annual passes and I have noticed that the extra hours in the summer pretty much compensate for the longer lines. If you go on an off peak day you can walk on almost everything with no lines. Shorter hours but no waiting in lines. You can get just as much or more done in 7 hours off peak than in 10-11 peak hours.
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We have annual passes and I have noticed that the extra hours in the summer pretty much compensate for the longer lines. If you go on an off peak day you can walk on almost everything with no lines. Shorter hours but no waiting in lines. You can get just as much or more done in 7 hours off peak than in 10-11 peak hours.
so true, go on a "school day" and the place is empty. Even weekends outside of summer and holiday breaks mean very short lines
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