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Legoland Florida discount tickets from $61!

Clara Bosonetto January 18, 2019
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Why I Dig this Deal:

Why pay full price  — right?

Save up to 35% on Legoland tickets!

Travelzoo offers a members-only website for discount admission tickets to theme parks, ski resorts, movie theaters, concerts, sporting events and more. Here are a few examples of travel-related savings from the many hundreds of offers.

Save 30% on admission to the LEGOLAND Florida Resort, set on 150 acres with more than 50 rides, shows, attractions, and interactive experiences all inspired by the LEGO and DUPLO brands and LEGO movies.

Ticket options include:

  • $61 (reg. $95.99) … 1-Day Adult Admission (ages 13-59)
  • $58 (reg. $90.99) … 1-Day Child Admission (ages 3-12)
  • $58 (reg. $90.99) … 1-Day Senior Admission (ages 60+)

Multi-day packages are also available. Special events in 2019 include The Great LEGO Race, LEGO NINJAGO: Master of the 4th Dimension, and LEGO Star Wars.

Taxes and fees are additional. Book by March 10. Start the purchase at Travelzoo.

Other travel-related savings includes a more than 40% savings on ski lift tickets for Copper Mountain, Colorado — located about 75 miles west of Denver. The resort features over 140 trails, 23 lifts, and 2,490 acres of skiable terrain. One-day anytime lift e-tickets for the 2019 season are $92 for adults (13+) (reg. $158); $64 (ages 5-12) (reg. $100).

With a 3-Day or more advance purchase notice, members can pay $77.99 for a single day admission to Busch Gardens Tampa (reg. $114). Additional offers available for multi-park Florida visits including SeaWorld.

If you’re not already a Travelzoo member it’s quick and easy to sign up — free!

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Clara proudly admits to being a Michigan Yankee. She left Motown in ’82 (where all of her family still lives) to travel through Europe (with Saudi Arabia as her home base) for two years before landing in Atlanta. The opportunity to see that bit of the world inspired her to take up a career in the travel industry. Clara began at Action Travel — agencies owned and managed by Clark Howard. Clara continued her career as a retail travel agent while assisting Clark with two weekly travel columns for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution until 1996 and solo travel columns through 2017. Each weekday Clara searches for the latest and greatest travel deals (that Clark hasn’t already found!)
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