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  • 50% off entry to Merlin attractions, incl Alton Towers, Legoland

    50% off entry to Merlin attractions, incl Alton Towers, Legoland

    Via recycling machine at four parks, valid at 30 locations

    Now Ended

    If you bring any 500ml plastic bottle to one of four Merlin theme parks - Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Legoland or Chessington World of Adventures, you can recycle it in a reverse-vending machine to exchange for a voucher for 50% off. The voucher's valid at 50 Merlin locations, and you can get it until Fri 19 Oct.

    The 50% off discount is valid on the walk-up price at each attraction, once for one person only. It's valid until Fri 19 Oct at Alton Towers and Thorpe Park, Wed 31 Oct at Chessington World of Adventures and Sat 1 Nov at Legoland Windsor Resort and 31 March 2019 for all other attractions. See full T&Cs.

  • If you register and print a voucher from Days Out Guide then buy a National Rail ticket, you can get 2for1 entry to over 300 UK attractions, including SeaLife Centres, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor when you present both at the attraction. See the full theme park list or the zoo and wildlife list

    You need to print a voucher for the relevant attraction (follow the link above and search for it) AND have a valid rail ticket bought from National Rail on the same day for a single or day return ticket, or within the days of travel for a return ticket. 

    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 £64 on the gate).

    Just stop by the nearest station on your way and pick one up, then present both to get your 2for1. 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. 

    The offer's ongoing, but check the voucher for each individual attraction's restrictions, as these vary. See the full T&Cs including which tickets are valid.

    • Excludes Oyster cards, Freedom Passes, and tickets and travelcards bought from London Underground. Can't be used with other offers or promotions.
  • 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 MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

  • Convert Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Boost tokens* and on some theme parks you get three times the vouchers' face value to use on tickets, eg, £5 in points converts into £15 worth of Boost rewards.

    Here are some of the places you can visit:

    The London Dungeon*
    Alton Towers*
    Blackpool Pleasure Beach*
    Chessington*
    Drayton Manor*
    Legoland*
    Lightwater Valley*
    Legoland Discovery Centre*
    Longleat*
    Madame Tussaud's London*
    Thorpe Park*
    Warwick Castle*

    For how to fully maximise Clubcard points, see the Loyalty Schemes guide.

Latest Expired Deals

  • Discounted Merlin theme parks pass £129 (norm £179)

    Discounted Merlin theme parks pass £129 (norm £179)

    Gets you 15 months unlimited entry to Legoland, Alton Towers etc

    If you buy an annual 'standard' Merlin pass for the discounted price of £129 per person before 11.59pm on Mon 3 Dec, you'll also get three months extra for free. After that, it will rise to the normal 2019 price of £179 per person for a 12-month pass.

    The discounted 15-month pass gets you unlimited visits to 32 attractions including Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and the Blackpool Tower.

    Is it worth it?

    Given you could also go to many attractions using a 2for1 voucher, eg, Legoland for two people costs £55ish with 2for1 tickets, you need to make about five theme park visits during the 15 months to make it worth buying a pass – more for cheaper attractions.

    It's worth noting Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures and the Jurassic Skyline attraction are closed until March 2019, effectively cancelling out the extra three months you’re getting with this deal if those are the attractions you’re interested in visiting.

    However, even if you don’t make full use of all 15 months’ access, you’ll still be saving £50 per pass compared with if you wait until next year to buy them – so it’s worth it if you definitely intend on getting some.

    The passes also can’t be used at central London attractions in August, or at some theme parks during key summer school holiday weekends – check full T&Cs including these and other exclusions.

    Buying for three to five people?

    If you're buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'standard family' rate of £109 per person, going up to £139 on Tue 4 Dec. You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate.

    Got Tesco points?

    If you've got Tesco points, you can buy a 'standard' annual pass for £60 in Clubcard Boost vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info.

  • Legoland Windsor free entry on Father's Day

    Legoland Windsor free entry on Father's Day

    For the first 250 dads who answer question correctly

    Dads can get free entry to Legoland Windsor this Sunday (17 Jun). Simply turn up early and the first 250 Dads who correctly answer a trivia question at the 'Trivia Turnstile' will earn a free ticket to the park (norm £52).

    The free tickets will be up for grabs between 8.45am-10am, or until all 250 have been claimed, though it'd probably be best to turn up as close to 8.45am as possible, as nothing is guaranteed.

    If you are lucky enough to get a free ticket, whoever you’re visiting with will still have to purchase tickets. However, they can still use other offers such as 2for1s (see Legoland deals).