After much deliberation our family let our Legoland passes expire this year. Due to a family trip last year, we have Disneyland passes through December. Two themeparks seems like too much during the school year. Still, Legoland is making it awfully tempting to re-up. Here are two offers I have received in the past week.
Legoland’s Tenth Birthday Offer
My ten year old is finally getting his long awaited birthday party this Saturday. After partying in the pool with five of his closest friends, we may be heading over to Legoland. It turns out that like Justin, Legoland is celebrating its tenth birthday. To acknowledge this milestone its ten year old members (and apparently former members) a FREE Legoland Standard Membership. (Yes, you read that correctly…absolutely free). The only catch of course is that you have to pay alot for parking, and find a Legoland member willing to bring your kid along or buy Membership yourself.
If you have a ten year old in your family and are planning to by a whole bunch of memberships, it might be worth asking if they would honor this promotion. It expires Sept 1, 2009 and requires a postcard so act fast. I am hoping that like most memberships this one will come with some bring a friend coupons in December and April.
Legoland Resort Pass Offer
Our three kids had a three month Resort Pass this year that we purchased from Costco. Since we had been 3-Month mebers we also received a postcard offering Resort Memberships for the price of a Standard Membership. This is a pretty good deal, since it includes free mini golf and unlimited Sea Life Aquarium admission. The aquarium admission would come in handy on the occasional rainy days we have here in Carlsbad. It also includes free parking which is always awesome and is offered for any Resort Passholder, even kids. That’s a savings of $40 off of the regular adult Resort Membership price.
Will these great Legoland bargains succeed in luring back our entire family? Frankly I’m still thinking about this one. I do miss the special member Lego building events, the free entrance into Brick or Treat, and being to head over to Legoland for a Rocking New Year’s Eve Celebration. We will take advantage of Justin’s free membership and see how it goes. At the very least, another three month pass for me and the little ones may be in our future.
Anyone else out there seen some great theme park discounts and promotions? Feel free to share below.
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