The Windsor theme park has released its new early bird offers and families can make savings of hundreds of pounds
IT’S not much use for frazzled parents this half term – but LegoLand’s new 2018 offers could help save the sanity of many mums and dads next year.
The Windsor theme park has released its new early bird offers and families can make savings of hundreds of pounds.
The park, which recently launched its new Ninjago World, is offering two days’ entry to the theme park and a hotel stay from £49pp.
The package includes two days for the price of one ticket into the park, an overnight stay at one of the Legoland resort hotels or a nearby partner hotel, and breakfast.
The price is based on a family of four sharing, subject to availability on selected dates – Sun Online Travel found a deal on June 15 for £195.
Given that a ticket on the gate can cost £45, there are big savings to be had.
Once inside the park, there are also plenty of ways to curb any extra costs.
Mum blogger Jordan from Fun Cheap or Free recommends buying some Lego toys ahead of the visit to deter kids when looking through the pricey gift shops.
Jordan also suggests asking staff for free souvenirs, saying: “If you are celebrating a birthday or first visit be sure to ask an employee for a special commemorative button.”
Bring some spare change too – there are £1 dryers around the park for parents to use if their kid gets soaked in the great British weather or on one of the water rides.
Food and drink is always expensive inside theme parks but you can bring your own picnic and snacks to keep everyone busy throughout the day.
Various eateries also carry food promotions during the summer and some on-site restaurants let children eat for free after 3pm.
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