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You can score two 'free' tickets to Legoland Windsor Resort (norm up to £78) when you join Sun Savers for free and collect nine codes from The Sun newspaper between Sat 1 May and Tue 18 May. You'll need to have collected all nine and booked your Legoland tickets by 11.59pm on Mon 31 May. We've calculated that you'll need to spend at least £7.40 – 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 (Google Play/Apple Store) 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 10 May.
The newspaper costs 60p on weekdays, 85p on Saturday and £1.30 on Sunday. That means the least you'll need to spend on papers is £5.40 (nine weekday editions). There's also a £2 booking fee.
When are the Legoland tickets valid?
The Legoland Windsor Resort tickets are available for dates between Mon 10 May and Sun 31 Oct 2021 (see More info for some exclusions). You'll be required to pick a specific date when booking. The Sun's website says there are 5,800 tickets available during school/bank holidays and 21,600 during weekends. It's first come, first served, so book early as possible if you're interested, especially for weekend and school holiday dates which are likely to be snapped up first.
We've asked The Sun if you can add multiple full-price tickets to your order when booking your free ones – we'll update here once we know.
Do I have to sign up to Sun Savers to get this offer?
You can take advantage of this offer without signing up to Sun Savers, but it'll cost you a little more and take longer – you'll need to cut out 10 physical tokens from the Sun Savers page of the paper, complete the form found in the Sat 1 May edition and send these off by post (you'll need to factor in the cost of a stamp, eg, 66p for second-class). It's also worth noting that not all the ticket dates are accessible for non-Sun Savers members, and you won't get to pick your own date – instead you must choose three date bands and you'll be allocated a specific date from within those bands.
See The Sun's full terms and conditions for more details.
Can I book extra full-price tickets on top of the free tickets?
No. The Sun says if you'd like to buy extra tickets you'll need to book this directly with Legoland.
Is Legoland open as normal?
Most outdoor rides are open, but indoor rides and indoor restaurant seating will stay closed until Mon 17 May. Expect temperature checks on arrival, one-way systems, and social distancing markers in ride queues. Face masks are required (except on water rides), unless you're exempt, for guests aged 11 and over.
For more theme park savings, see how to swap Tesco points for days out vouchers.
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The Sun "£9.50" Holidays
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The Sun markets these as £9.50 holidays, but in reality they're never that cheap. That doesn't mean it's not a decent deal though - you can bag four-day holiday park breaks from just £44, simply by collecting tokens with The Sun and The Sun on Sunday newspapers.
See our full "£9.50" holidays guide for how they work.
'Free' two-month Family & Friends Railcard
Then £10 off 1-yr £30 card. Get code from 50p Sun newspaperExpired
Get a 'free' two-month Family & Friends Railcard trial when you buy The Sun newspaper (50p) on Fri 6 May and enter the unique eight-digit code found on the back page via this Railcard Trial link. A code was also printed in the paper on Thu 5 May if you already have a copy.
You can enter the code until 11.59pm on Wed 11 May, or until 125,000 have been claimed - so it's best to do this as soon as you can in case they all go before the end date.
You should receive the railcard by Tue 31 May at the latest. It's then valid to use from Wed 1 Jun until Sun 31 Jul. You can only get one trial railcard per person.
Get £10 off a one-year £30 railcard
When you get your free trial railcard, you'll also receive a unique code to get £10 off the annual railcard, making it £20 instead of the usual £30.
Enter the code on the Family & Friends Railcard site between Mon 11 Jul and Thu 11 Aug. You can only get this discount if you've signed up for the free trial first.
What does the Family & Friends Railcard get me?
This is a cracking deal for almost every family, even if you don’t use the train that often, as just one decent-length rail trip costing £60+ can save you more than the £20 you'll have paid for the railcard.
- Up to four adults (aged 16 and over) can get 1/3 off most 'Standard Anytime', 'Off-Peak' and 'Advance' rail fares when travelling together with up to four children (aged 5-15), who will get 60% off their fares.
- Two adults can be named on the card and at least one must be traveling whenever it's used.
- You don't need to be related - so it's not just for families, but also friends who can share a card and each benefit from the discount.
For the full terms, see Family & Friends Railcard.