Planning a vacation? Thinking about heading to LEGOLAND® or another amusement park? No need to pay full price for your theme park tickets. Here are nine ways to save on admission to amusement parks.
- Check product packaging for discount coupons. Manufacturers may place coupons on the side of soda cans and food boxes, especially as we head towards the warmer months of the year. LEGO® places coupons on minifigure and other product packaging for Buy One Adult, Get One Child entry free regularly.
- Active duty and retired military discounts. Many theme parks offer discounts to active members and veterans. Check on base through Morale, Welfare, and Recreation or online through official military sites.
- Credit union member discounts. You can often find tickets for area amusements parks via credit unions if you belong to one.
- AAA or other auto club memberships. Roadside assistance clubs can be great for a number of things including discounted tickets to a range of amusement parks (Theme Park Insider).
- Airline and hotel point discounts. Put those frequent traveler rewards to use to get reduced priced tickets (MouseSavers.com).
- Ask your human resources department. If you work for a larger company, discounted amusement park admissions may be one of your employee benefits.
- In-state resident savings. Just for residing in the home state of an attraction, you may receive special deals on park admission and season tickets.
- Visitor and Tourist Bureaus. In order to entice you to come spend money in their states, a number of visitor and tourist bureaus offer you access to theme park discount offers.
- Warehouse Club deals. If you are a Costco or Sam’s Club member, check online or with your local store about amusement park discount deals that may be available (MouseSavers.com).
If you are planning a trip to LEGOLAND Florida, hop on over to Tips for Visiting LEGOLAND Florida.