To celebrate the launch of its new Lego Ninjago movie, Legoland Windsor is now offering tickets to adults and kids with a catch.
With half-term just around the corner, this could be a cost-saver for some lucky children and parents.
To claim the free tickets, children will need to have some form of ID to present at a ticket office or a ticket booth, located at the main entrance of the park.
First names must also match the exact spelling of the Ninjago characters.
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If the child is under the age of 14, an adult must accompany him or her and have valid ticket.
Legoland says you're only allowed one free ticket during the offer period, so unfortunately you can't keep going back every day (shame), but you can visit on any day - including weekends.
The full terms and conditions of the ticket offer is here.
Legoland Windsor recently launched its brand new Ninjago world attraction, with a new ride featuring hand gesture technology with 4D effects.
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