Where to buy discount Legoland Orlando, Florida tickets
by Paul Joseph | Update November 12, 2020
Located in Central Florida’s Winter Haven, just 45 minutes’ drive from the centre of Orlando, LEGOLAND is a vast 150-acre interactive theme park that has been a hugely popular choice for a family day out since opening back in 2011. With more than 50 enthralling rides, shows and attractions, it has something for all ages, as well as a huge array of on-site dining and drinking outlets.
A coach adorned with the Legoland Florida logo (Photo: minnemom via Flickr)
There are a vast number of online vendors selling tickets to LEGOLAND, many of which offer cheap tickets, discount tickets and other top value deals, not to mention add-ons such as combined hotel stays and fast-track queuing for rides. To help you find the best option, we’ve plucked out three that we think offer the best mix of value for money and flexibility.
aRes Travel is our recommended choice for booking the cheapest tickets to LEGOLAND Florida. The San Diego-based company is a highly regarded authorised ticket seller for high-profile attractions and theme parks across America. You can save money by booking through aRes Travel instead of buying tickets at the gate, ranging from a few dollars for a standard one-day ticket to over $50 per ticket for multiple-day passes. If you’re staying in Orlando for a few days you may want to visit more than one park, in which case the LEGOLAND Florida & Water Park combo ticket price is a popular option. Access to the water park is by shuttle via the theme park entrance.
For visitors to LEGOLAND Florida seeking hotel + ticket bundles, Tripster are our favourite pick for an alternative internet ticket provider. They offer a variety of packages that combine hotel stays with tickets to LEGOLAND, which tends to be a lot more budget friendly than purchasing your hotel and park tickets separately. When we looked for combined hotel and ticket deals, we found offers starting at $1,520 based on a family of 4 staying for 2 weeks in a mid-range hotel and accessing LEGOLAND for 2 days – representing a $176 saying, according to the website. To help travellers find the best value deal, the site also offers a price comparison service. The website is easy to use, and the booking process is simple too. To avoid lost paper tickets, e-tickets are available instead.
Another recommendation for discount tickets for LEGOLAND Orlando is Go Orlando whose passes can save you up to 50% off standard admission prices. A variety of passes are available, including The Orlando Explorer Pass, which allows you to explore up to 5 major Orlando attractions over 60 days. You can buy and use the passes in three simple steps: first, choose the option that best suits your budget, time-constraints and other requirements. Then, once bought, download your pass onto the Go City App or print it at home. Finally, turn up at the park, show your pass at the gate, and you’re in.