LEGOLAND Florida: FREE One Year Admission for Florida Teachers
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Calling all you wonderful teachers who live in Florida! LEGOLAND Florida is offering up a FREE standard Annual Pass to all Florida teachers grades K-12! To receive your FREE annual pass, simply go to the ticket window at LEGOLAND with your most recent pay stub, FL photo ID and valid professional Florida Department Of Education teaching certificate. That’s it!
Note that these passes will expire one year from the date of first use OR December 31, 2013 (whichever comes first), so be sure to get there as soon as possible to get the most out of your pass!
They have been offering the single day admission. Pretty sweet deal. So does sea world. Just wish Disney would offer at least a discount!!!
Sea World San Diego is offering the following:
2013 Teacher’s Appreciation Promotion
SeaWorld San Diego is pleased to offer Southern California credentialed K-12 school teachers a FREE 2013 Fun Card. You must be a valid credentialed Southern California teacher living in zip codes 90000–93599. Your credential will be verified through the CTC Website (California’s Commission on Teacher Credentialing).
I am a teacher. I am not sure about this coupon. I read somewhere that the coupon gives teachers an annual pass with a paid ticket. Not sure if I have to buy a ticket for me and then I get the annual pass or do I need to buy a ticket (for my grandchild) and then I get in free? Anyone know? Also, she is 9– is she too old for this park?
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Disney won’t offer anything to anyone. They have been taking discounts from passholders. Which is why my passes will be expiring and not be renewed – I will stick to Sea World which has been my favorite pass for 5 years and Lego Land will be purchased this year. Places that do such great things like these parks will definitely get my business – and I am not a teacher!
Lego is great! My boys both loved it when we went. I am a teacher and plan on getting my Sea World pass soon. My youngest wants to go for his birthday – in March!
Legoland Ca has free dates for teachers. Call the Park, choose reservations, then education. You must make your reservations 24 hours in advance. Saturday and Sunday dates only. Friends and family are $39.
Buy a Disney annual pass and if you go more than 3 times in one year, you got more than your money worth.
Disney annual passes cost FAR more than Legoland. Go to Legoland about twice and it’s paid for as well.
What about California? We have one just down the road, but it costs a fortune!
Legoland is doing major advertising and coupons here because it just opened recently. This will probably be a one year thing.
This is great!! What about teacher aides. Thanks Lego land, thanks for offering this!!
Seaworld San Diego is offering up this same offer too. They’ve done it for awhile. I’ve received free membership as a teacher 3 years now in a row :)!
It’s not that great of a deal when you factor in having to pay for your family to go with you. We went last year for a special $5 field trip price and wished we had just turned off at Disney. Our kids enjoyed it, but we were done in less than half a day and hubby and I were less than impressed. Disney is expensive, yes, but you get what you pay for! Love our Disney passes!
I agree. There isn’t a full day’s worth of fun at Legoland for the price.
Sea world is offering free for teachers as well
Too bad it doesn’t apply for homeschooling teachers- we work full time also, just don’t get paid for it.
We have been to Legoland Florida twice. We loved it. My son is 6 and he is tall enough to ride ALL the rides. If you have kids that are ride lovers, even roller coasters…than this is the park for you. It is extremely family friendly and well worth the trip in my opinion. The tickets are pricey, so every little bit helps. During the slow season, be sure to check the Legoland website for one day tickets, we got them extremely discounted.
Also…as a side note, if you are Lego fans….make sure you bring a minifigure to swap. Just like disney’s pin program. You can swap your minifigure with any park employee. That makes for a pretty fun activity in itself.
Also, if you have kids ages 6 and up, inside the Mindstorms area you can sign up for Lego classes for free. My son was able to attend one of the classes and he built a robotic alligator with a motion sensor that closed the mouth when something entered it’s mouth. So awesome!
If you keep your eyes and ears open you can catch pretty good deals fo here. We went in May and got buy an adult get a child free coupons. Also scored a half price adult ticket too. We had 8 people with us so we used all the coupons (enough for 6 to get in with theBOGO and the one half price) and then my mom bought a senior ticket. It wasn’t bad. The park was pretty busy as they had a ton of school trips because of the end of the year I am assuming, it was the same at sea world and universal that trip. We were able to see just about everything by 3 which was good becuase it started raining at about 430 while we were on our way back tot he hotel. My younger two (4 and 11) LOVEd it. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I wasn’t compairing it to the one in california (which is awesome!) However, if you have little ones (I would say best ages is about 4-8/9) this park is great. Good size for the kids togo through an dnot be compeatley exhausted by the end of the day. The rides were great. My parents liked th nod to cypress gardens (which what was there before and my grandparents drug us there every trip to Florida when we visited as a child) Not sure i would go back but I am glad we took the time to go out and check it out. The kids had a good time. FYI, they do have a guest assistance pass but it works alittle differently.
California has something similar, but not as good as the Florida one
Wish Sea World and Legoland would consider Florida homeschooling teachers. I have a FPEA card that gets me discounts at various stores (Michaels, Staples, etc) but the parks do not recognize it?
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