FAMILIES heading to Legoland this year can bag a free extra day in the park.
The overnight stays are available from £56pp a night for a family of four.
The deal includes your overnight stay, breakfast and two days of park entry, with free parking, free wifi, and the second one is completely free.
The park has more than 55 rides and attractions, so having a second day to explore is a great idea – and you won't have to worry about cramming everything in one day.
- Check out the Legoland second-day free offer here
You can book your stay until June 30. However, the offer will only be live until February 19.
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If you're staying at a resort accommodation, you'll receive a free Legoland gift for each child and character's meet & greets.
Plus, to make the most of the park, you'll also get exclusive early ride time from 9:30am.
The early ride time offer is valid on Coastguard HQ, LEGO® City Driving School and L-Drivers, Fire Academy and Balloon School.
The £56pp deals are based on stays at the Holiday Inn Reading Inns on the following dates:
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- March 19, 26 and 26
- April 21, 23 and 28
- May 5, 12, 14, 19 and 21
- June 9, 16, 18, 25 and 30
All the dates fall either on a Friday or Sunday.
Families staying at the Holiday Inn Reading South will also get some extras, including a welcome goodie bag, free parking and access to a children's play area.
Plus, kids under 12 get to eat free when an adult purchases a meal.
If you'd rather stay at the Resort hotel, you'll have to book one of these dates to bag the extra free day:
- February 24 and 25
- March 19 to 23, 26 to 30
- April 17 to 20, 23, 24, 27
- May 1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21 – 26
- June 4 to 9, 11 to 16, 18 to 23, 25 to 30
A good tip to make the most of your days in the park is downloading the Legoland app to unlock extra secrets and games.
The theme park opened a brand new attraction last year, too, inside Mythica land.
The Magical Forest features fantasy creatures created from 80,000 Lego bricks.
Kids walk through an immersive light tunnel with special effects and lights, and they'll also see Lego creatures come to life, thanks to Augmented Reality.
You could also bag Alton Towers hotel stays from £42pp with waterpark & brekkie, but there’s a catch…
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