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Help! Legolan - supposed to be going tomorrow with a free voucher for the kids but it's an event weekend - will it be valid?

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galaxy · 07/07/2006 19:51

Got two vouchers for Legoland giving free child entry with each adult ticket purchased but looked on their website for opening times and its a wild west weekend special event ...the ticket says see webist for restrictions but I can't see any mention of special offer tickets valid rules.

We can't afford £120 for the 4 of us but have promised dd we're going now - their office is closed - anyone know if they will be valid?

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JanH · 07/07/2006 19:52

Where did the vouchers come from, galaxy?


JanH · 07/07/2006 19:54

It's a "dress-up" event - save your vouchers for another time and dress the kids up!

One child (up to and including 15 years of age) is entitled to free entry to LEGOLAND Windsor when accompanied by a full-paying adult on ?special event? days that are advertised (at and in the media) as including a ?dress-up? promotion.
? Only one free child entrance ticket per full-paying adult , and the child must be wearing at least three items of ?dress-up? clothing to qualify. The decision to issue a ticket based on the ?dress-up? clothing worn by the child rests with the Promoter, and the Promoter?s decision is final.
? Entrance for children under three years of age is free.
? Offer not available for pre-bookings.
? Not to be used in-conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, 2 Day Pass, Annual Pass, group booking, on-line tickets, rail inclusive offers or an exclusive event or concert.


deegward · 07/07/2006 19:54

I think you should be ok, friend went when the knights event was on with voucher and they were ok.


crunchie · 07/07/2006 19:59

Dress them up in 'wild west' gear, they will be free anyway. Save the vouchers for another time


galaxy · 07/07/2006 20:17

Jan - can't remember - think one came from the British Airways magazine. I Have nothing to dress dd up in and can't imagine that ds (13) will want to dress up.

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galaxy · 07/07/2006 20:18

Jan - can't remember - think one came from the British Airways magazine. I Have nothing to dress dd up in and can't imagine that ds (13) will want to dress up!

deegward - that makes me feel a bit better thanks!

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JanH · 07/07/2006 20:20

As it says the dress-up deal is not to be used in conunction with any other offer, I'd guess that your any other offer is OK to use instead of the dress-up deal.



galaxy · 07/07/2006 20:22

Am gonna risk it and go and start a fight if they wont accept it

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JanH · 07/07/2006 20:23

I'll hold your coat for you

Should be OK anyway. Have a nice day!


galaxy · 07/07/2006 20:26

Thanks Jan

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