Here’s how you can save up to 40% on ticket prices at Legoland this summer

FAMILIES looking to make monster savings on a day out at Legoland can take advantage of a flash sale offer.

Until Monday, July 1, visitors to the Windsor-based result can save 40% on day tickets if booked online in advance.

Day tickets can be booked for £28 during school days and £36 during holiday seasons.

And Legoland bosses said that guests who snap up tickets in the Monster Summer Sale can enjoy the resort’s rides, live shows and attractions including the fang-tastic new Haunted House Monster Party ride.

On it, families can meet Lord Vampyre and his friends as they hold a monstrous party at his spooky haunted home, where he’ll reveal a magical party trick – bringing the banquet hall swinging to life and turning the room upside down.

And on sunny days, children can enjoy a splashtastic time: In Splash Safari little ones can play amongst their favourite Duplo animal friends, brought to life with a host of water features.

For a monstrous drenching, bigger kids can brave the oversized tipping Duplo brick and whizz down the water slides at the largest outdoor water play structure in the UK, Drench Towers.

Over at the Heartlake Harbour Arena, the Lego Friends are back for the summer in their all singing and dancing live action show LEGO Friends to the Rescue.

Fans can discover The Lego Movie 2 film set recreated in hundreds of LEGO bricks in a new experience.

The Monster Summer Sale is available online at www.legoland.co.uk/tickets-and-passes/online-tickets/.

Offer ends 23.59 on Monday, July 1.

Phil Creighton

Editor of The Wokingham Paper, and has worked in local journalism for more than 20 years including the Wokingham Times, Bracknell Standard and Reading Evening Post. He's also written for computer magazines, The Baptist Times and, to his delight and probably not yours, interviewed several Doctor Whos.

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