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Legoland / Lego Land CA 2-Day SEA Life Hopper Tickets $100 per person

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Was just looking for Lego land tickets. Was comparing options for the Lego Land Kids free with sea life deal which came to about $131 for 1 day for my dates. But I wanted 2 days so would have been $262 and then found the Sam's Club deal for $100 pp with fees for 2 days, $80 before fees, saving me around $60.

I was looking for dates in Nov at the CA park, YMMV for other parks and dates.

I had an old Sam's Club login from a 24hr membership I got a couple of years back. Logged in with that and was able to purchase tickets even though I'm a non-member (site shows Expired on Jan 16, 2019 and lists me as guest member).

Link shows deals for NY and FL too as well as 1 day ticket options.

https://serviceshub.samsclub.com/...olandParks
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If anyone has questions about LEGOLAND, CA my family has been there at least 10 times over the past two years. Was there last week and have plans to return in a October. Just message me here or directly and I'll be happy to help.
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Would hope costco brings back the annual legoland pass for 90. If you need several passes for the family, for one of the passes get a merlin pass to get parking for free.

Usually these passes pays for itself after 3 days/visits.
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Not unless mandatory mask.
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i am looking for legoland annual pass that includes parking that gives me access to the smaller lego discovery on good deal. i bought one 2 years ago called awesome pass or something and it worked on both FL or CA location and free parking too.
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Not bad, but for anyone visiting the LA area for a few days, look up the LA Go Card. It's a multi attraction pass (kind of like a city pass in other big cities). We were able to get into Universal Studio, Legoland, Six Flags, whale watching, and a few other places for a single discounted price (I think we did the 5 day for $280). It may not be for everybody, but it's worth looking up to see if it interests you.
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Just at legoland FL last labor day weekend. We have 4 people, got the awsomer annual pass for two. You got free parking, each annual gives you 2 guest tickets, so basically $400 gives you 2 annual pass + 4 guest tickets + free parking. All include water park as well. I think it's a better price than Sam's club ticket. The awesomer pass also gives the two free admission to three other attractions.
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One thing u guys can do. Buy the cheap tickets via sam's club. Go to the park and see if u like it. Once there...go to the customer service counter and get ur passes upgraded to an annual pass. We bought four passes via "tickets at work" (two day pass+water park) for like $45 less than the actual ticket at the park. Once there, we really like the place and by the end of the day we ask to upgrade our ticket for the "awesome pass" which includes parking and water park (in FL) we paid for the regular tickets $308, to upgrade I had to pay about another $170, ended up being less than $500. For four awesome annual passes.
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I've heard that they won't let you into LEGO Land as an adult, unless you have a child with you under the age of 12. Is that true? I'm an adult LEGO fan, and have always wanted to go, but I have no desire to ever have kids, and I don't know anybody that has a kid that I can borrow.
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Quote from Zantra :
I've heard that they won't let you into LEGO Land as an adult, unless you have a child with you under the age of 12. Is that true? I'm an adult LEGO fan, and have always wanted to go, but I have no desire to ever have kids, and I don't know anybody that has a kid that I can borrow.
No true
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Quote from Zantra :
I've heard that they won't let you into LEGO Land as an adult, unless you have a child with you under the age of 12. Is that true? I'm an adult LEGO fan, and have always wanted to go, but I have no desire to ever have kids, and I don't know anybody that has a kid that I can borrow.
This is not true. This rule only applies to the Legoland discovery location, not the theme parks.
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I've heard that they won't let you into LEGO Land as an adult, unless you have a child with you under the age of 12. Is that true? I'm an adult LEGO fan, and have always wanted to go, but I have no desire to ever have kids, and I don't know anybody that has a kid that I can borrow.
Where'd you hear that? AFAIK you need a kid to go to the Discovery Centers (those are geared towards young kids so it makes sense) but adults can go solo to the resort and normal Legoland locations.
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Where'd you hear that? AFAIK you need a kid to go to the Discovery Centers (those are geared towards young kids so it makes sense) but adults can go solo to the resort and normal Legoland locations.
Reddit. I was told on the LEGO Land Reddit page that they require you to have a child for "safety reasons".
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