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legoland ticket deals

Planning a vacation to Florida anytime in the next year?  Today on Zulily you can get some great LegoLand Ticket deals with up to $20 off multi-park passes!

Select from Kids, Adults or Senior tickets and also select one or two day passes.  Each ticket you get also comes with FREE admission to the LegoLand Water Park!  

Comparing the prices on Zulily to the price for online tickets directly through LegoLand right now you are saving $20 per two day pass you buy or $10 on each one day pass!  For my family of 6, that would be a massive savings adding everyones tickets up.  To help you out, here’s a little chart I made…

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You are allowed to buy multiple passes per account and they do not have to be for set days (which you would have to set if buying through LegoLand).  You’ll get a voucher that you print and take straight to the ticket window at LegoLand the day you would like to attend.

I’ve never been to Legoland but have had a few different friends go in the last year and they all loved it!  Any of you want to chime in on your thoughts about the park?

    • Kristiana

      My boys 10 & 4 love it. Water park is awesome. They let you bring in a small cooler. They also have discounted days for homeschoolers,but make sure you make reservations at least two days in advance,it will save u a lot of money!!!

    • Kristiana

      Or buy an annual pass for $99.00 and save the parking,which is &17.00. ,even you only use it once…

    • Save1more

      My young family totally enjoyed LegoLand. I’ve seen better prices from Costco on tickets, and if you are a homeschooler, definitely check out the homeschooler days; savings are substantial (you do have to reserve tickets in advance and show proof of eligibility, such as an HSLDA card).

    • http://www.tonyahanna.worldventures.biz/ Tonya

      I work with a travel company and we have a trip to LEGOLAND every month through December, hotel accomodations for 4 days/3 nights and a day at the Lego Land park. For four people it would cost $378.00.