Free LEGOLAND Child’s Ticket with Adult Ticket Purchase (Over $100 Savings)

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Planning a trip to LEGOLAND?

For a limited time, score a FREE child’s Ticket to LEGOLAND with the purchase of a full-price One-Day adult ticket when you head over here and use promo code 189900 at checkout. This is a savings of over $100!

This includes LEGOLAND California, LEGOLAND Florida Resort, LEGOLAND Discovery Centers and SEA LIFE Aquarium. You can read more about it here. Scroll to the bottom of the page for Terms and Conditions.

There is a limit of one promotional discount per transaction. You can choose to have your tickets emailed to you to print at home.

My Sidekick, Jennifer, and her family loved LEGOLAND! Here’s what she had to say…

“I thought my 18 year may have be too old, but he loved it as well. They have rides, shows and TONS of LEGO displays. You can see in the picture above the boys were scared on the ride and the girls had fun (that’s me with my arms up)! My favorite part was the staff was super friendly and it wasn’t crowded at all!”

(Thanks, Kelly!)

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Comments 38

  1. Christine

    We are going to Orlando and of march. Any idea how long these ticket are good for?

    • Sandy

      I was wondering the same thing. We are planning on being there this summer.

    • kayti

      They always have these deals. You can get free ticket offers on the back of the bagged Legos at Target

      • Jackie

        Any Lego bags??

    • Jennifer (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hi Christine! It says tickets are valid for 1-year from date of purchase.

      • Christine

        Thanks Jennifer! My kids will be so excited 🙂

      • Megan

        Sorry… I’m just nervous about something not working out and the website seems a little UN-user friendly to me. 🙂 So, we’re planning to be in Orlando mid-July. Whenever I add the deal to my cart, it doesn’t ask me for an actual admission date. But if I add just a regular ONE DAY PARK ONLY ticket, it makes me pick a specific date. So, is the deal ticket like a FLEXI-TICKET? Where we can go any day within 1-year of the purchase date?

  2. Neuharthl

    You can also find these coupons inside the LEGO club magazine. They are usually good for several months.

    • M

      I agree. The one in mine expires 12/31/18.

    • amanda

      Thank you! I would never have noticed this!!!

  3. arianneg

    We just went two weeks ago. My 5,8, and 13 year old had a blast. We used the military discount and bought tickets online. (Was $281 for our family of 4). When we entered the park, they had a promotion where we could get the same number of tickets purchased – for a FREE return visit through the end of March. Pretty cool!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      How cool! Glad to hear how much fun it was!!

  4. Sandy

    Thanks for the tips and comments!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome Sandy!

  5. Momo

    They have these inside some Lego kits as well. Also check their current promos, which this deal is avail from time to time directly. Ex: buy adult ticket, kid free.

  6. Liv

    FYI, if any of you are Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders, you can get tickets with your points. It’s worth it if you have points laying around. I was able to get 2 adult and 1 child tickets to Legoland (FL), Sealife and Crayola Experience for less than $9 in total using our points.

  7. LaK

    They also have homeschool days a few times a month. Super cheap tickets for those days! (Family of 5, we got in for $100)

    • Michelle

      Good to know! I’ll check into it.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Sweet! Thanks for the helpful tip!

  8. Iuliia007

    Please help out mamas! I have a 3.5 y.o. and 1.5 y.o. We have not been to any of the parks with kids yet. Until what age kids get in for free? And is this a good deal? Or the deal with the hotel is better since we will have to stay a night somewhere anyways…even mostly 2 nights. I am asking in particular about Florida location.. please any advice on how to have the most fun while spending the money wise would be appreciated! If you have extended tips and advice you could also e-mail me the details…I would greatly appreciate any piece of advice (we are thinking to do a trip this summer). Thanks to all <3

    • Kelly

      I don’t want to be a negative nelly, but summer is just the worst time to go to any of the parks (in FL). It is always super crowded and SO hot. If it must be the summer, I would plan to do any parks in the morning and maybe spend the afternoon at the hotel pool. You would have to check at each park, but the free child cut off age is usually around 3 years old. Also check what the food/beverage allowances are at whatever park you are planning on going to. The quickest way to spend money is to have hungry/thirsty kids in a park with no reserves 😉 I have heard LEGOLAND may not be as crowded as Disney and Universal – also I think they have a water park? That may be a nice option…

  9. Allison

    Thank you we have plans to go to Lego Land Florida in march!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  10. Amber Cornell

    Yay!! This is awesome. We are going to Kansas City in March and the Lego Discovery Center and Sea Life are both on our list!! Just saved us almost $40!

  11. Kandice

    You can get tickets to Legoland FL for $35 each through the PTA. We went in November and saved a ton of money this way.

    • Sara e

      What is the PTA?

      • Kandice

        It’s the Florida PTA just google Florida PTA Legoland tickets and it will take you to the website to buy them.

        • Ashley

          Have you purchased these tickets before? It only gives the option to purchase adult tickets?

    • Mellissa

      Is this legit? Do you have to be a fl resident or pta member to get this deal? Also only see adult tickets … what about the kiddos?

  12. Malia

    Legoland passes are around $115 each for an annual pass at my costco in phoenix arizona

  13. Suzanne

    The small LEGO sets that are in poly bags have this coupon on them. We had one, so I made sure to stop at a Walmart on our way to the park to pick up another. I think it was $3.97 for the LEGO, which then saved me $88!

    • Mel

      What is the coupon exactly

  14. Laura

    If your thinking of going to Legoland, I think it really depends on the kids’s personalities. We did Legoland years ago with my son and he was not a fan. He seemed too old for the rides even though he was only 6. He liked the Lego displays, but he got bored quickly. It’s not like Disneyland where you can hop on over the California adventure or go on Space Mountain to give you a thrill. Just keep that in mind when planning this vacation for your family.

  15. Jackie

    Does anyone know how long this offer is good for?? To purchase??

  16. Melody

    Just worked for us through Florida PTA!! Thank you soooo much you ladies and this site is amazing:)

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yay! You are SO welcome Melody! Thanks a bunch for the super sweet comment! I will be sure to pass that along to the rest of the team. 🙂

  17. Justberkie

    Does the FL PTA discounts work for anyone or only those that live in FL? Do FL residents get a discount like Disney World and if so, do they have to go with and show ID? We live out of state but our family lives in FL. Thank you!!

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