I don't see why not. You would simply ask for 2 child tickets and present the tokens.
We went over Easter weekend - 2 adults and 2 kids under 2. I asked for 2 adults (with one of them being free as had the Kellogs voucher) but somehow we ended up only paying for a child ticket (didn't realise till after when my friends were talking about paying £45 and we only paid £36!). I think that must have been a mistake though.
Hi all, Just wondered with the free entry tokens on Kellogg's cereal boxes at the moment if you're a family of 4 are you able to use 2 tokens ie.bay for both kids and the adults both get in free?we are wanting to go to legoland,dd will still only be 2 so doesn't have to pay but may be with paying for her to get adult entry free if we can use 2 vouchers.thanks.