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  • If you register with Days Out Guide and buy a National Rail ticket, you can get 2for1 entry to 250+ UK attractions, including Thorpe Park, Kew Gardens, Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor (see the full attractions list). You must pre-book the attraction tickets – on-the-gate purchases are no longer eligible.

    You'll need to click on your chosen attraction on the Days Out Guide website and register or login. A 2for1 code will generate onscreen. Copy it, and click through to the attraction's own website and use the code right away to book two tickets online. On arrival at the attraction, you'll need to present these alongside a valid train ticket dated for the same day. Only one discount voucher may be used per two people. You must print your ticket, tickets shown on a phone will not be accepted. 

    If you don't present a valid train ticket at the attraction on the day, you'll be required to purchase your second ticket on the gate.

    Just stop by the nearest station on your way and pick one up, then present it alongside your pre-booked tickets at the gate. Crucially, your rail ticket must show that you have travelled to one of the stations nearest the attraction. So for Thorpe Park, you need to have a ticket with an end destination of Staines or Chertsey. Details of the nearest station to an attraction can be found on the attraction’s listing page. Travelling to ‘London Terminals’ is acceptable for attractions in London. 

    What if I live near the attraction/am travelling by other means?

    It's worth doing this even if you are not travelling by train as a cheap single ticket can be available for a couple of quid, far cheaper than the entry ticket price (Legoland Windsor is the most expensive at up to £53).

    You can visit multiple attractions on the same day that your rail ticket is valid, so if you're travelling to 'London Terminals', you can go to several attractions in London on the same day.

    For savings on travel, see how you can swap Tesco points for discounted Railcards.

    MSE Olivia says:

    Electronic ticket barriers can sometimes retain your ticket (especially if it's a single), so to make sure you don't lose your proof of travel, ask a member of the station staff at a manned gate to help you through.
    • Excludes Oyster cards, Freedom Passes, DLR, bus, Eurostar, Heathrow Express and tickets and travelcards bought from London Underground. Can't be used with other offers or promotions. However, Railcard discounted National Rail tickets are valid for the offer.

      You must be 16 or over to take advantage.

      If you don't present a valid train ticket at the attraction on the day, you'll be required to purchase your second ticket on the gate.

      Visit the full Days Out Guide terms and conditions for more.

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  • Convert Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Reward Partners vouchers* and on many attractions you get two-times the vouchers' face value to use on tickets, for example £5 in points converts into £10-worth of vouchers. They can be used at theme parks, wildlife parks and more.

    Here are some of the theme parks you can select:

    Alton Towers
    Blackpool Pleasure Beach
    Chessington
    Legoland
    Thorpe Park
    Edinburgh Dungeons

    And some of the other attractions:

    Eden Project
    Blackpool Zoo
    Longleat Safari
    National Sea Life, Birmingham
    Sea Life, Blackpool

    For how to fully maximise Clubcard points, see the Boost Tesco Clubcard guide.

  • There are always ways to save money at Legoland, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.

    Ways to save include:

    • Offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the Legoland email newsletter you'll receive MoneySaving offers direct to your inbox.

    • Get an annual pass. If you’re planning multiple visits, you can buy an annual Merlin pass for 12 months' unlimited entry into a range of attractions including Legoland. It normally costs £179, or less per person if you're buying for a family, but look out for promotional discounts.

    • Check out similar theme parks. If you’re not committed to visiting Legoland, have a look at other Merlin attractions including Alton TowersChessington World of Adventures and Thorpe Park.

    • Want more? Read our Cheap Theme Parks and Cheap Days Out guides for more MoneySaving tips.

    • Had a problem with Legoland? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Legoland*.

    If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via Twitter @MSE_Deals.

Latest Expired Deals

  • Two 'free' Legoland Windsor Resort tickets

    Two 'free' Legoland Windsor Resort tickets

    Collect nine codes from The Sun

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    You can get two 'free' tickets to Legoland Windsor Resort (normally up to £124) when you join Sun Savers for free and collect nine codes from The Sun newspaper between Sat 23 Apr and Tue 10 May. You'll need to have collected nine codes and booked your Legoland tickets by 11.59pm on Mon 23 May. We've calculated that you'll need to spend at least £8.30 – the minimum cost of the newspapers, plus a £2 booking fee. 

    After signing up to Sun Savers (The Sun's free-to-join rewards club), buy nine papers on different days and collect the eight-digit Sun Savers codes on the dedicated Sun Savers page within. Enter all nine online via the website or free Sun Savers app (Android/iOS) to unlock the booking page.

    As you need to collect nine different codes from different papers, the last day you can start collecting is Mon 2 May.

    The newspaper costs 70p on weekdays, £1 on Saturday and £1.30 on Sunday. That means the least you'll need to spend on papers is £6.30 (nine weekday editions). There's also a £2 booking fee.

    You'll need to be 18 or over to take part.

    When are the Legoland tickets valid?

    The Legoland Windsor Resort tickets are available between Thu 5 May to Mon 31 Oct 2022 (see a list of excluded dates). There are a total of 186,500 tickets available – 6,200 tickets during school/bank holidays, 21,750 during weekends and the rest during weekdays. It's first come, first served, so book as early as possible if you're interested, especially for weekend and school holiday dates which are likely to be snapped up first.

    Do I have to sign up to Sun Savers to get this offer?

    The Sun has confirmed you can no longer apply via post which means you do need to sign up for a free Sun Savers account via the app or online to get this offer.

    See The Sun's full terms and conditions for more details.

    Can I book extra full-price tickets on top of the free tickets?

    The Sun has confirmed you can add multiple full-price tickets to your order when booking your free ones.

    For more theme park savings, see how to swap Tesco points for days out vouchers.

    • Date exclusions:

      Wed 4 May
      Wed 11 May
      Wed 18 May
      Wed 21 Sep
      Wed 28 Sep
      Wed 5 Oct
      Wed 12 Oct
      Tue 18 Oct
      Wed 19 Oct

  • Alton Towers 'free' grown-ups' ticket via £3ish cereal and snacks

    Alton Towers 'free' grown-ups' ticket via £3ish cereal and snacks

    Look for 'Free Adult Ticket' voucher on selected Kellogg's cereals and snacks

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    Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks including Corn Flakes, Coco Pops, Crunchy Nut and Rice Krispie Squares (£2ish-£3ish at most supermarkets), to get a 'Free Adult Ticket' voucher for 29 UK Merlin theme parks and attractions. To get the free ticket, you'll need to purchase a full-price 'on-the-gate' child or adult ticket (normally up to £60ish).

    Kellogg's also says single Nutrigrain and Squares bars are included in the promotion, so the cheapest option would be to buy one of these (less than 70p at most supermarkets). 

    The vouchers can be exchanged for entry at Alton Towers, Legoland, Chessington, Sea Life Centres, Madame Tussauds and more – see the full list of Merlin attractions

    This deal can be particularly strong if going with a child, and is valid till June 2023

    Effectively this is a 2for1, as you'll need to buy a full-price adult or child ticket to get the free adult entry. However, this can actually work out better than a 2for1 if you’re going with a child as children's tickets are generally cheaper than adult ones at many attractions, which is the case at Sea Life, Chessington and Madame Tussauds.

    What also makes this deal particularly 'grrreat!' is the voucher's valid until 30 June 2023, so get it now and you've plenty of time to use it. There are some date exclusions per attraction though.

    Of course, if you aren’t going in a pair, it’s worth checking to see what other deals are available. See our round-up of current theme park deals to check which is best for you.

    Pre-booking is essential

    You'll need to pre-book your tickets in advance via this special Merlin link. Note you'll still need to pay the on-the-gate price for the paid-for ticket. You can do this using the unique 10-digit code printed inside the cereal box. Kellogg's says you must show your original on-pack voucher when you visit. 

    If there's no code (eg, on snack packs such as Rice Krispie Squares, Nutrigrain Bars and Fruit Winders) you'll need to select the 'snack pack' option when booking. Kellogg's says you must show your original on-pack voucher when you visit. 

    MSE Jules says:

    If your party is an odd number, you'd be better off choosing the 'Carex half-price entry to attractions' promotion instead.

    For example, an adult on-the-gate ticket to Alton Towers costs £62. If there are three of you visiting Alton Towers with the Kellogg's promo, it would cost £42.33 each (£127ish in total including cost of cereal) or £32 each (£96 in total including the cost of the three Carex bottles).

    Remember, if you're using the Carex promotion, each member of your party will need to show their own individual bottle at the gate.

    • The 'Free Adult Ticket' offer can be found on promotional packs of Kellogg’s cereal including: Crunchy Nut, Corn Flakes, Coco Pops, Crunchy Nut Clusters, Crunchy Nut Chocolate Clusters, Rice Krispies, Krave, White Chocolate Coco Pops, WK Kids, Rice Krispies Multi Grain cereal packs.

      It can also be found on snack pack products including: Fruit Winders Multi Packs, Rice Krispie Squares Multi Packs, Coco Pops Bars, Frosties Bars and Rice Krispies Bars Multipacks and Nutigrain Multipacks.

      Kellogg's also says you can find the 'Free Adult Ticket' offer on single Nutrigrain and single Squares Bars.

      The 29 participating Merlin attractions

      The offer can be used at: Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park, Legoland Windsor, Warwick Castle, The Bear Grylls Adventure (valid for High Ropes, Indoor Climb and Archery activities only), Shrek’s Adventure! London, Madame Tussauds (London or Blackpool), The Dungeons (London, York, Edinburgh or Blackpool Tower), The Blackpool Tower Eye Circus, The Blackpool Tower Eye, The Lastminute.com London Eye, Legoland Discovery Centres (Manchester or Birmingham), and Sea Life (Birmingham, Great Yarmouth, Loch Lomond, Blackpool, London, Brighton, Manchester, Scarborough, Hunstanton, Bray and Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park).

      The deal can only be used for standard single day entrance tickets, not for two-day or short break tickets. The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions (eg, at Alton Towers an adult is 12 and over, at Legoland Discovery Centres an adult is 18 and over) so make sure you check before you book online or visit.

      Exclusions

      The below 2022 dates are excluded from the offer (excluded dates for 2023 will be available from 1 Jan 2023). Also check attractions' individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. 

      Attraction Excluded dates
      All Merlin attractions 15-18 Apr, 2-5 Jun, 13-21 Aug, 25 Dec
      Sea Life (all centres) 27 Jul-13 Aug, 24-31 Oct
      Madame Tussauds (London & Blackpool)  27 Jul-13 Aug, 24-31 Oct
      The Dungeons (London, York, Edinburgh & Blackpool) 27 Jul-13 Aug, 24-31 Oct
      The London Eye 27 Jul-13 Aug, 24-31 Oct, 31 Dec
      The Blackpool Tower Eye & Circus 27 Jul-13 Aug, 21-31 Aug
      Thorpe Park 15-18 Apr, 2-5 Jun, 13-21 Aug, 15-16 Oct, 22-31 Oct, 25 Dec 
      Legoland (Windsor) 15-18 Apr, 2-5 Jun, 13-21 Aug, 4-6 Nov, 25 Dec
      Alton Towers 15-18 Apr, 2-5 Jun, 13-21 Aug, 28-31 Oct, 4-6 Nov, 25 Dec
       


      This offer can't be used at secondary attractions and events such as special Christmas events. It also can't be used with any other promotion, reward/loyalty scheme, direct attraction booking, group bookings and concession rate tickets including senior citizens, veterans, family tickets, students, merlin annual pass or season pass holders.