Kids Go Free at LEGOLAND When You Buy Honest Kids Juice: Giveaway Below!

Want a fun way to save money on your next trip to LEGOLAND? Kids go free at LEGOLAND if you buy Honest Kids Juice! On an 8-count carton, you’ll find an offer that includes a FREE Child Hopper Ticket with a full paid Adult Hopper Ticket admission coupon to LEGOLAND® California Resort. Pretty cool way to start off your 2018 budget properly and still get out with the family!

Kids go free at LEGOLAND

I remember fondly our first visit to LEGOLAND. My older two kids were thrilled that they could drive a car, to the point where they wanted to wait in line over and over again. Those pictures will end up in a slideshow in their weddings, I think. Then we went again when my younger two were old enough, making a lot more memories playing with Legos, exploring every little corner of the park, and then of course, the food. If you have not had the apple fries, you need to go to LEGOLAND just for those alone!

Kids go free at LEGOLAND

This year, there are even more things to do at the park than your last visit. The LEGOLAND California Resort has more than 60 rides, shows and attractions, ensuring that everyone in your party will have plenty of things to do.

Kids go free at LEGOLAND

Did you see LEGO NINJAGO? The new LEGO® NINJAGO®: Master of the 4th Dimension 4D film now open! Plus, you can now experience LEGO NINJAGO The Ride. Join your favorite ninja heroes at a special dojo training session, too!

Kids go free at LEGOLAND

On March 5th, the LEGOLAND® Water Park opens, and it’s bigger, wetter and faster than ever before! You can race against the clock on Riptide Racers in the new Surfer’s Cove, or build your own raft and float down the not-so-lazy river. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the ten million gallons of fun!

There is also a SEA LIFE® aquarium NEW Sea at Night display coming this spring, which will feature a brilliant bioluminescence display. (I especially can’t wait to see this one myself! LEGOLAND has provided four free tickets for me to take my family to see all of this in person in exchange for this post, and my family is excited to go!)

Kids go free at LEGOLAND

If you’re traveling from out of the area, you can book your rooms at the LEGOLAND Hotel on-site. Affordable and fun, everyone will love a night or two in one of those themed rooms.

So do you want to go yet? I’m giving away a family four-pack of tickets to LEGOLAND in the giveaway below, so be sure to enter for your chance to win! *One prize per household, winner must reside in the United States and be at least 18 years of age, void where prohibited by law.*

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For more information, visit the website and follow along on social media at #LEGOLANDKidsGoFree. When kids go free at LEGOLAND, parents save money on a day of family fun!

If you’re unable to find the 8-count carton of Honest Kids Juice, you can also get the deal at using promotional code 189900. (But if you’re able to find the juice, your kids are going to love it!)

I’ll see you at LEGOLAND!

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  1. My favorite Lego-related memory was making a little neighborhood with my brother and my favorite minifig riding a horse around it.,
    Legoland memory- first time we got my eldest on the joust ride.

  2. My favorite Lego memory is when I took my son to Lego Discovery Center for the first time. He was so obsessed with Legos. He loved it.

  3. My favorite Lego memory is the first time our family went to Legoland last year. We made such great memories and had so much fun!

  4. My favorite LEGO memory was taking my in-laws to the park almost six years ago when they met my son, their second grandchild, for the first time. It was the only visit my kids have had and they’ve been begging to go since.

  5. I don’t have any Legoland memories since I haven’t been yet, but I do remember putting together my first actual Lego kit as a child. The new ones are sooooo much more detailed!

  6. My favorite Lego memory is going to the park in early summer with my family and riding the knight’s arm ( i can’t remember exactly what it was called)

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