Visiting Legoland on a Budget

Visiting Legoland on a Budget

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Pickle says…. I am 6 in October and I think Mummy is looking to take me to Legoland Windsor. She is all about saving money and finding the best deals, so here are her tips on visiting Legoland on a budget…

Visiting Legoland on a Budget

  1. Book as far in advance online as you can. Currently there are some day tickets for only £25 each. You can check the dates you are thinking of and see when the cheaper entry days are.
  2. Use your Tesco Clubcard Vouchers – currently 50p is worth £1.50 towards Legoland tickets. I ‘paid’ £67 in Clubcard Vouchers for 4 tickets for two days entry each worth £200.
  3. Look at Travelodge for hotel accommodation. Hotels within easy reach of Legoland can be as little as £29 per night for a family of four. I have booked two nights very close to Legoland and one night a couple of hours away towards home for £100 all in!
  4. Other websites worth checking are Booking.com as you can reserve some rooms way in advance with free cancellation, and AirBnb.
  5. I will be looking out for Pickle’s favourite Lego sets from now on and buying a couple – especially if they are on offer, as the shop at Legoland will charge top prices. I have already seen a new Minecraft one that we paid £20 for in Tesco on offer now for £13!

I would love to hear if you have visited Legoland Windsor recently, and any tips you have – especially for visiting Legoland on a budget. Pop them in the comments 🙂 We are lucky this year in that our October half term seems to be a week later than most. This alone reduced the day tickets from £40 each to £25 each.

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10 Comments

  1. Hi, my name is Matthias and I am a huge lego (and travel) fan.
    How did you enjoy lego land Windsor, do you think it is suitable to go as adults without kids?

    Thanks for the helpful tips to save some money!

  2. hi, thank you for this tips, we will be in UK in Sept/October so i hope we will manage to see Legoland. Best tip its about Tesco – i didnt know you can use Club Vouchers

  3. This is incredibly handy. Jack adores Legoland and we went loads when we had our Merlin passes. He has been begging to go again but I haven’t been able to justify the expense. I’ll definitely be using your tips.

  4. That’s a good deal that you could use your clubcard vouchers for legoland x

  5. What great tips. We love visiting Legoland but always take our own food to keep costs down.

  6. Thanks for the tips. Me and my friend are thinking of going to Legoland later this year

  7. We last went to legoland last year and we had 2 for 1 tickets. I will never visit and pay full price as I think it is far too expensive even more so if you only get to go on two rides like we did. I would advise going during term times and avoid weekends to make sure it isn’t too busy x

  8. We love Legoland and are lucky that we have Merlin annual passes, so can visit as often as we like. If you know someone with these passes, you can get discounted tickets, so it is worth asking

  9. I love that you can exchange your clubcard vouchers for tickets, that’s a brilliant money saving tip.

    Katie xoxo

  10. We’ve got some tickets to Legoland that we need to use soon so I’m gonna look at booking into a nearby Travelodge so we can make a full day of it 🙂

    Louise x

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