Travel Deals: 50% off, free gifts and cupcakes during Legoland’s birthday celebration today!

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Legoland Florida (credit: Merlin Entertainment)

Legoland Florida (credit: Merlin Entertainment)

 

Florida News: Legoland Celebrates its first birthday with discounts and prizes on October 15, 2012

How time flies – it’s already been a year since Legoland opened! They’re celebrating their first birthday with savings and special activities on October 15th so put on your party hat and go explore the 150-acre theme park – there will be free birthday cupcakes for the first 5,000 people that walk through the gates. Along with the  50 rides, shows and attractions, on this celebration day there are also tons of prizes being given away all day long – see the list below. The mega prize is a free Merlin Annual Pass for any Merlin attractions throughout the United States!

Giveaways & Savings

  • You can get 50% off on a single day admission ticket for the first 5,000 people that order online
  • A prize patrol will be giving away hundreds of gifts (see below)
  • Be one of the first 5,000 people to visit and you get a free birthday cupcake

Prize Patrol Gifts:

The prize patrol team will be handing out hundreds of gifts during the entire day. Among the gifts you might get are:

  • Meet & Greet with a Master Model Builder
  • Free Food Vouchers
  • Guided Tours of the  Legoland Model Shop
  • Free Single Day Admission Tickets for Legoland Florida
  • Free Merlin Annual Passes USA which includes free parking, unlimited 12 month access to Legoland Florida and its Water Park and all other Merlin attractions throughout the USA
  • Free Hero Passes for quick front-of-the-line access for the rides
  • Free Standard Annual Passes that include unlimited 12 month access

Details:

  • The Deal: 50% off on regular admission (limited to the first 5,000)
  • When: October 15, 2012
  • Where 1 Legoland Way,  Winter Haven, Florida
  • Cost: 50% off on regular admission of $37.50/adults; $32.50/children & seniors

Tell us…

Have you visited Legoland yet? What do you think of the new theme park?