If you’ve always wanted to treat the kids with a trip to Legoland Windsor Resort , then you may want to check out the theme park’s latest offer!
As the 2018 season comes to a close, Legoland has extended its annual pass sale, slashing prices to rates from £45pp – cheaper than the on-the-day gate price of £47pp.
The annual passes are for the 2018 season only so you’ll be able to use them until Thursday 1st November when the season ends, before having to renew it.
However considering it’s cheaper than a day ticket, it could be worth it if you’re hoping to visit during the summer and half term dates. And even if you just go once, you still won’t have wasted extra money.
Not to mention there are plenty of extra money-saving perks such as discounts at the restaurants and shops, discounted hotel stays and complimentary car parking.
The discounted passes are already available to buy on the Legoland website here until Thursday 6th September or you can pick one up at the theme park itself.
Don’t be disheartened if you don’t manage to snap up one of the cheaper annual passes – there are still year-round deals and discounts on Legoland day tickets and short breaks to help you stretch that budget a little further.
With over 55 rides and attractions there’ll be plenty on whether you’ve got toddlers and babies, or older kids.
Not to mention the Legoland summer programme of events is still running until Sunday 2nd September.
This year the theme park has also welcomed some new additions including the LEGO Reef, a digital aquarium which uses touch screens and 3D animated models to bring the underwater world to life – and kids can even create their own sea creatures.
Meanwhile, the park has also expanded its popular Miniland attraction, with iconic landmarks such the Taj Mahal, St Basil’s Cathedral, the Sydney Opera House and the Forbidden City all boasting new miniature Lego versions.