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Posts Tagged ‘legoland california’

Legoland Coupon – How to Visit Legoland for Less

January 24th, 2009

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We’ve had a lot of people asking us how we did our Legoland trip last year, and how we saved so much money on our admission tickets…so I wanted to go over it and give more details on what we did, and what we got out of it.

When visiting theme parks, your costs can really add up. If you’re going to be visiting Legoland in California in the upcoming year, you’ve probably started looking online to see how you can save money on your tickets. Most likely, you found a coupon to get kids in for less. What would you say if you could get everyone in for less, plus get a lot of extra free stuff?

Last March, we went to Legoland, and before we went, we spent a lot of time online trying to figure out how to get the best price. We were very happy with the deal we found, and as we mentioned last year, this is how we did it.

On the LEGO website, you can get a 1-year LEGO Brickmasters Subscription.iconWhat does that include? It has 6 LEGO toys, mailed to your house. You get one every other month, so for an entire year you’ll get new fun LEGO toys to put together. You’ll also get 6 BrickMaster Edition LEGO Magazines, 2 LEGO shop at home coupons, and…the real reason you are doing this, a FREE LEGOLAND® California Admission Ticket.

Yes, it is completely free. I even called up before I ordered to check…and they did say that an adult could use the ticket as well. Now, if you notice, it says limit 1 per customer on the site. I had mentioned that I wanted to buy 2, and was told to go ahead, just do each one separately, and under our own names. The cost of everything above (which is also pictured below) is $39.99. This is less than the price of an adult ticket to the park (which is currently $63.00 per person), PLUS you get all of the other free stuff listed above. Not bad, right?

If you’re looking for a catch…you do need to figure this out a few months before your trip. You can’t order this the week of your trip and hope to get your ticket in time, it just won’t happen. But as long as your trip is still a little while away, you’re set.

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Here is a picture showing you everything you’ll get over the next year. It’s great to be back from your amazing vacation, and still get LEGOS in the mail to put together! We just finished getting our 6th set of LEGOS, and we really enjoyed getting them and had a lot of fun putting them together. While this set is probably intended for kids, it’s great fun for adults too…plus you save even more money when using it for an adult ticket instead of a child. So if you get one for each member of the family, not only will you get to all go to the parks for less, but for an entire year you’ll be able to have fun making LEGOS together as a family. If we go back, we’d definitely do this again, and we’ve had fun telling others to do the same.




Legoland California

February 18th, 2008

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When you go on vacation, all of the little things can add up. Not only do you have to pay for a place to sleep, food to eat, and transportation, but you usually have to pay for the things you do each day.

Sometimes these things can get expensive! This is especially the case if you go on a vacation that includes theme parks. You can always look for ways to make theme park tickets cheaper. Sometimes there are coupons or other deals that will give you a great discount.

Since we’re planning a trip to Southern California, we recently did this, and found a great deal. If you’re going to Legoland (near San Diego, California), here is a way to really lower the cost. A one day ticket costs $47 for children under 13, and $59.00 for everyone else. That’s pretty expensive for one day, especially if you have a big family!

If you look online, you can usually find discounts of up to $8.00 off. Well, here is a really great way to get a huge discount.

LEGO has a LEGO® BrickMaster™ One Year Subscription that you can order online. It costs $40.00, and includes:

  • 6 Lego Toy Sets (You get one mailed to you every other month).
  • 6 Lego Magazines that include sneak previews, contests, building ideas, and more (You get one mailed to you every other month).
  • 1 FREE ticket to Legoland California!

This free ticket to Legoland California can be used by anyone – kids or adults. So for $80, we got 2 tickets to Legoland California, plus a total of 12 free LEGO Toy sets. I would have been happy with just the 2 tickets for $80 (we saved $38!) but we also get all of the free LEGOS as well.

We have already received the first package including the tickets, first magazine, and first LEGO set.




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