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Legoland CA 3-month pass $69.99 available at Costco (BM and online)

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http://www.costco.com/Browse/Prod...9*&topnav=

You can buy online, or in their warehouse. If you're rush (or on your way there already), there's a Costco very close to Legoland park, so you can detour to there to buy, and continue on your journey.

http://www.costco.com/Warehouse/W...Number=462
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http://www.costco.com/browse/prod...9*&topnav=

you can buy online, or in their warehouse. If you're rush (or on your way there already), there's a costco very close to legoland park, so you can detour to there to buy, and continue on your journey.

http://www.costco.com/warehouse/w...number=462

repped because it is a good deal, but i am in florida! I really wish they had this deal for legoland florida as i am going next week.
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$280 for a year pass to Legoland? Have any of you been to Legoland? Legoland blows exremely hard.Seriously I wouldn't pay $70 for a year let alone 3 months. I had won a 4 pack of season passes a while back and only went once. It wasn't even worth the time let alone money.
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The resort pass which includes the park, the water park and the aquarium is 179.99 for Adult and 149.99 for a child.....it's been this price for a while. The Costco deal doesn't seem like a good "deal". Unless you only need it for a few days!
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repped because it is a good deal, but i am in florida! I really wish they had this deal for legoland florida as i am going next week.

You can get a B1G1 coupon from the free Lego magazine.
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I have to say that while I thought the Legoland FL park was lovely, we can't imagine spending more than an afternoon there. We went on Dec 23: arrived at 11 AM and left at 3 PM. It was not packed at all, and for that I was extremely grateful. I've got three sons, 3-11 years old. And they were "done" after just 4 hours. They are Lego freaks, so I was stunned. The rides are definitely geared towards 4-7 year olds and I really felt that the whole thing was just a gimmick to sell, sell, sell (all these parks are, but at least Disney and Universal have kickass rides). The highlight of their day was spending their $50 in the store. Figures.

We live part of the year in FL, about 2 hours from Legoland, and I didn't even consider upgrading our 1 day ticket to an annual pass. I doubt we will ever go back. This makes me sad, actually, b/c they clearly put a lot of creativity, money, and time into it. I did like the old Cypress Gardens that they preserved.

One thing to note about the FL location: right now it is just Legoland proper, but by this summer they are supposed to be opening a water park. THAT might get me back.
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We have done this 3 month pass before as it was less than a day pass and we love a few miles away. They sent us the newletter they send to all passholders which included free admission for friends. We are now annual passholders because I have small kids and we can go when it's not crowded and get all we want to do done in an hour or two!
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