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Fancy a free trip to Legoland? The theme park is giving away free tickets for children and adults this month, but there’s an interesting catch…
Finding fun stuff to do with the kids can sometimes be tricky, especially now it’s getting colder and a visit to the park might not be an option.
Theme parks tend to always be a winner, but as much fun as they sound, a day trip like this can come out very expensive for a family on a budget, especially if you have a sizable brood.
However, if you fancy a trip to Legoland with your family, you might be in luck. The Windsor-based theme park has announced they will be offering free tickets to children and adults between from 13 October to 30 October – just in time for half term.
Legoland are giving out free tickets to mark the premiere of the Lego Ninjago Movie
But what’s the catch, you ask? Well, Legoland are treating visitors to mark the premiere of the Lego Ninjago Movie, and will be giving free entry to children and adults who have the same name as the main characters in the film.
The lucky recipients of the free tickets need to be named Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane, or Cole.
All guests with the same name as the character will be given free entry, no matter their age, but their first names must have the same exact spelling as the characters.
Claiming the tickets is pretty straightforward – if you have a Kai or a Jay at home, they’ll only need to show their ID at a ticket office or a ticket booth, at the resort.
Do you or your children have the same name as any of the characters? Let us know in the comments!