One day at LEGOLAND, the rest of the year free with a PlayPass

Disclaimer: I am receiving LEGOLAND tickets in exchange for this LEGOLAND playpass promotion post. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own.

My two little boys are the perfect ages for LEGOLAND California.

Our first trip was right before my eldest understood he was going to be an older brother (and I had the worst nausea) and our last we got to watch both drive cars in two different racetracks.

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For the smaller preschool and early elementary set this is a fantastic park. So much so I always regret not making it everywhere, since there can be a lot to do in a day. And not only is it full of fun rides, there are some great activitiy area, play areas and a chance to chill in a stroller seeing all of the amazing LEGO builds.

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Now, for all of you putting in a summer trip before school starts again (in a MONTH here) there is a great way to sneak in a couple more trips before 2017.

The LEGOLAND Play Pass offer started July 1st and ends July 31st. When you buy a pass into the park, you can go into the park any day the rest of the year. The pass does not include parking, Sea Life Aquarium, Water Park, Halloween Brick or Treat events and doesn’t give you a discount like an annual pass does, but after a hard day at school, what better way to unwind than checking out the amazing Death Star or marveling at the new New York scene that was unveiled? Carpool and take a handful of friends for a preschool playdate.

The price for the PlayPass is $95 for ages 3 and up and like, seriously, after like 3 trips its a steal.

AND guess what?

I’m giving away four passes to LEGOLAND!

These are good for admission to LEGOLAND only (but I highly recommend the aquarium next door if you have the time.)

Contest begins NOW and is over the 21st.

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Sunshine Wonderland is not responsible for prizes, but is a communication party between winner and the distributors.

 

 

 

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