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    • Skint_Catt
    • By Skint_Catt 4th Oct 17, 7:17 PM
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    Legoland 4th Oct 17 at 7:17 PM
    Cheapest way someone has found to get in? We are 2 adults and a child (6). I’ve got some Tesco club card points and Nextar points & will try and an probably get a 2 for 1 voucher from Kellogg’s or Cadbury’s but I guess these can’t be used all together?
    Any combos that would work on a day ticket or any discount on a two day/1 night stay (currently coming in at £530 )
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    • Brighty
    • By Brighty 5th Oct 17, 8:36 AM
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    Can't help with ticket combo's, but £530? Blimey. You could buy merlin passes for all 3 of you for £417, then get a cheap hotel nearby, or you get 20% off the legoland hotel. Would you get more than the 1 use out of a merlin pass?
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    • By Skint_Catt 5th Oct 17, 8:44 PM
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    No probably not at the moment until both girls are older (littlest is 18months).
    Think we're going to do one day which will cost us £21.99 using a combination of Tesco clubcard vouchers for hubby & eldest & nectar points for me.
    Thanks x
    • Rolandtheroadie
    • By Rolandtheroadie 9th Oct 17, 8:21 AM
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    • 9th Oct 17, 8:21 AM
    We done it a couple of years ago, 2 adults 3 kids, overnight stay at a local hotel (not in Legoland) with breakfast for around £360.
    Just checked, you can stay at the Holiday Inn Express (5 miles away) pay for first day in park, second day free
    Breakfast included, and they're having a fireworks display 21st/22nd, and 27th/28th. All for £260.
    Highly recommend the fireworks display, we spent the day in the park, left for something to eat and came back again.
    • LisaJane1979
    • By LisaJane1979 10th Oct 17, 9:52 PM
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    We found Tesco clubcard points to work the best for us.
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