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…
- 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.
- 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.
- 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!
- Other websites worth checking are Booking.com as you can reserve some rooms way in advance with free cancellation, and AirBnb.
- 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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