Whether you’re after ways to keep kids busy during holidays or after a fun weekend activity for the family, there’s nowhere quite like Legoland .
But with high-season in full swing, it’s more important than ever that you bag a bargain on your visit.
We round up the top deals from all over the Internet to help you get the best deal.
And once you’re done seeing what the online world has to offer, find out how you can save simply by buying a happy meal, train ticket or visiting the cinema.
In 2018 the park welcomed three exciting new attractions – including a digital aquarium that’s sure to be a hit with the kids.
To help narrow down your search, we’ve broken down the other best deals and packages we could find for a visit to Windsor-based theme pack Legoland Resort in 2019. For year-round tickets, visit Legoland tickets .
What is Legoland resort?
Legoland Windsor is a family resort famously known for its iconic Lego-themed hotel. The resort boasts over 55 interactive rides and attractions, from the thrilling rapids to under water adventures.
Holiday packages staying at Legoland vary from one to four days in the park and bookers can choose from a selection of 30 hotels based on budget, including luxury rooms and family apartments.
If you’re looking to visit other attractions and want to get a good deal a hotel nearby, SuperBreak offer discounted tickets to Legoland when you buy them alongside a hotel.
Save 31% off day tickets – and get a meal deal
AttractionTix currently has a deal offering up to 31% off day tickets, with adult tickets from £39.15 and child tickets from £36.65.
The best part is the deal includes either a Burger Kitchen Meal OR Farmer Joe’s Chicken Meal OR Fish & Chips Meal.
If you’ve got tiny tots who aren’t quite big enough for the park’s more thrilling rides, then you might want to consider Legoland DUPLO Days where tickets start from £25 for an adult and a child under 5 years old.
They’ll get to enjoy all of the smaller and gentler rides whether they’re driving their first LEGO car or discovering underwater friends in a LEGO submarine – or go exploring a land of fairy tales.
You could stand to save up to £153 off a two-day ticket.
Every break includes an overnight stay, use of the hotel facilities, not to mention a delicious breakfast the next morning – and you’ll get the second day completely free.
You can even choose to stay in a themed room at the Legoland Resort Hotel, or the brand new Legoland Castle Hotel which opened its doors earlier this year .
It’s not just the early bird who catches the worm! If you’re thinking of treating the kids to a last-minute break, there are bargains to be had.
For example, Splash and Stay packages at the Legoland Resort Hotel are available when the theme park is closed, but you get full use of the hotel facilities, with prices from £99 per family.
Meanwhile, there are 2nd Day FREE packages on offer when the park is open, with prices from £267 per family (That’s approx £66pp).
Annual pass holders can get up to 20% off on overnight stays and mini breaks in 2019 staying at both the LEGOLAND Resort Hotel or the LEGOLAND Castle Hotel.
This includes your accommodation, breakfast, access to the parks and a whole host of exciting extras that the kids are sure to love.
Bag 2 for 1 tickets
Simply look out for the vouchers on the promotional packs, and take them along with you on the day to claim your free ticket.
You’ll need to purchase a full-priced adult ticket in order to get the additional one for free – but it’s definitely worth it.
Plus, the vouchers are valid until 30th June 2019 so there’s ample opportunity to make the most of the deal this summer.
Day tickets from £13 with Tesco Clubcard
If you’ve got a Tesco Clubcard it could be time to put those points to good use! The retailer is currently offering some incredible savings across a host of theme parks, including Legoland with cheaper tickets in exchange for your points.
You can bag a day ticket to the Legoland Windsor Resort for the bargain price of £13 – so even if you buy just one, it could already save you a lot of pennies!
Day tickets to Legoland from £30
Booking in advance can pay off more than ever in these peak months. If you book yours seven days or more in advance you can save yourself up to £15 off.
Legoland has a handy tool that lets you find out when the cheapest time to go to the park is, splitting out days into green (£30), yellow (£35) blue (£45).
By booking in advance you can save up to a quarter of the price on your Legoland package with this online exclusive deal.
Legoland holidays from £93
With holiday prices starting at £93 per person, you can also get the most for your money, by bagging a free second day.
Every break includes an overnight stay at one of their hotels, including the popular Legoland Resort Hotel . Whether you want to stay for 2, 3 or 4 days, you’ll get one for free, as long as your your free day is taken consecutively to your original stay.
Free breakfast is also included in the price, on top of your two day theme park ticket.
This deal does not apply to themed weekends – but it does include peak season bookings – including May half term and the summer holidays.
Prices vary from around £65 per person based on two adults and two children staying in one of their themed rooms.
You can find out more about this offer on the official Legoland Holidays website .
What’s the maximum age for free entry? A child is classed as anyone between 3-15 years old. 16+ is classed as an adult.
Legoland annual pass
If you’re planning on returning plenty of times throughout the year, it may be cheaper to pay for your entry all in one go.
Merlin annual pass
If you’re planning on attending the park more than once, or are interested in visiting another theme park round the country, it might be worth investing in a Merlin annual pass, which gets you into an array of attractions around the country including Sea Life, Thorpe Park, Chessington, Alton Towers and Madame Tussauds.
National Rail 2 for 1
National Rail’s days out guide are currently running a 2 for 1 offer. To take advantage of the deal all you need to do is register, print out the voucher for Legoland Windsor and buy a National Rail ticket from a train station.
Be aware that electronic barriers at train stations can eat your ticket. You’ll need to keep your ticket in order to take advantage of the deal and if in doubt, ask a member of staff to help you through.
Websites to watch for more Legoland savings
Not sure Legoland is quite right for you?
If Legoland isn’t for you, we have many other ideas for a cheap holiday with the kids. It may be time to try out some alternative breaks such as a camping holiday , or a trip to one of the UK’s best holiday parks .
And there’s always one of the brilliant UK water parks that makes for a fun-filled day out too.