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LEGOLAND Florida Annual Pass Just $99.99 (Regularly $170) – Unlimited Admission to 5 Attractions

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Pay once, play ALL year long!

Through May 5th, hop on over to LEGOLAND.com to score a LEGOLAND Florida Awesomer Annual Pass for only $99.99 per person (regularly $169.99)!

You’ll get 12 months of unlimited admissions to LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park, LEGOLAND Florida Water Park, SEA LIFE Orlando, Madame Tussauds Orlando and LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, as well as FREE standard parking, discounts on dining, retail and LEGOLAND Hotel and Beach Retreat stays, admission to special events at LEGOLAND Florida and so much more!

Note this discount is valid for up to six LEGOLAND Florida Awesomer Annual Passes per transaction. You will have 60 days from your date of purchase to activate your passes at LEGOLAND Florida. If you are unable to activate your passes within 60 days, they will expire one year from the date of purchase.

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  1. silverfanatic

    So… if I activate them within 60 days, they will expire 1 year from the day I activate them? If I don’t activate (let’s say I can’t get to Florida until late July/August) then it would expire one year from date of purchase (today)? Either way sounds like an awesome deal. My kids love rides so we usually pick a different theme park each year, buy an annual pass, and make it our annual vacation. We’ve never been to Legoland! Has anyone taken a baby? My youngest will be about 12-18 months if we bought this membership. Is there much to ride in that age range?

    • V

      We love Legoland for the shorter wait time for rides, it’s less crowded and you can’t beat this price for all that is included. You save on $23 of parking each time you go alone! They have a Duplo area for younger kids. I believe admission is free for kids 0-2.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes, that appears to be correct. Here is what I found on that – “An Annual Pass expires 1 year from the date your Annual Pass photo ID is issued. If an Annual Pass photo ID is issued over 60 days after the Annual Pass was purchased, the expiration date is the date of purchase. ”

      Hope that helps!

    • Amber

      We used to go all the time. As far as rides there are some little kid rides but not many for small babies. There are also a good chunk of rides that my 3 year old couldn’t ride only my 5 year old could. My kids favorite is the ninjago ride and I believe we were able to take my 1 year old on that. They also have a nice water park that’s open during the summer. Their Halloween event is really fun as well. My kids loved trick or treating there and got a TON of candy.

  2. Margaret

    Great deal , I got the same passes last year for $75 each !!

    • Rosi

      How did you get them for $75?

      • Magaret

        They were 50% off around this time last year & the passes were only $149 then.

      • Aileen

        I also got them for $75 last October. One day sale. Not sure if that happens every October. They have gone on sale for $99 in May the last few years.

    • Jenn

      Yes!!! We paid $75 last May and that included everything! Water park, parking etc

  3. Tina

    My kids liked Legoland better than Disney.
    It was fraction of the price and far less crowded. We loved it!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Glad to hear how much fun it was, Tina! Thanks for sharing with us!

  4. GAmommyof4

    We bought passes this past October when hip to save posted them. We just got back from our vacation and it was amazing! My kids had a blast at Legoland, we went for four days and still did not get bored. Even my teenage son had fun! My kids also enjoyed Madame to sows and the sea life aquarium. I would highly recommend this park for people with kids ages 2-10!!! Legoland did an amazing job of having a little kid rides beside the big kid rides. They also had Legos everywhere for the kids to play with (on the walls and in bins ) when you were waiting in line so the kids didn’t get bored.

  5. Erin

    We just got back from Legoland. I bought the passes back in November, and paid about $75 each. It was easy to go to the front gate when we got there, and process the passes. They had been activated 60 days from when we purchased them.

    The passes more than paid for themselves on our vacation. We are a family of 5, with three boys ages 10, 7 and 4. We stayed at the Beach Retreat for 2 nights and went to the park 2 days. The passes gave us a discount on our overnight stay, plus 10% off every place we bought food/drink in the park and at the resort. And 10% off our souvenir purchases. And free parking and admission to the waterpark too.

    We went to the aquarium and wax museum when we got back to Orlando too. Great way to spend a rainy morning, and the kids and adults had fun. I probably wouldn’t pay the normal prices to get into these places, as they were relatively quick to walk through, but being free made it worth it.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      What a great trip! Thanks for taking the time to comment, Erin! We sure appreciate the feedback!

  6. Meg’s

    We also got them last year when they did the one day sale for $75. We are going again in June so plan on renewing!

  7. Kadi

    Is this for Florida residents only?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Kadi! I don’t find that limit listed in the details. Hope that helps!

  8. Jenn

    If you’re a teacher check if teachers still get a free annual pass – hubby is one, and the free pass didn’t include parking, but I was able to get mine w/ parking on a sale.

  9. MommySpendsLess

    Thank you! I wanted to do something special with my daughter to kick off summer break, especially since I’m a working mother so even during her school vacations she has to wake up early and get dressed to go to a home daycare (she has fun with her friends, whom she has known for years, but it’s still not the lazy, do-as-you-please summers of my childhood). Since we’re residents of Central Florida I’d considered the other major water parks or even a night at a resort that has a lazy river/slides. For around the same cost as a day or two at those options we’re getting a water park plus an amusement park for a year. Great deal!
    (Having been to LegoLand once before on a school field trip don’t buy these passes if you’re expecting a Disney-esque theme park. The theming and customer service are not close to that level. But if your point of comparison is local attrations like zoos, aquariums, science centers then you’d likely give it high marks.)

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! You’re SO welcome! Hope you have a wonderful time!

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