It’s been a long time since I had any news to write about, but this week we caught the news that LEGOLAND Florida is going to offer free admission to emergency workers through September!
Making the use of a normally quiet month, LEGOLAND have done the trick with this great offer. The deal allows any serving or retired Police, Firefighters or Emergency Medical Services workers to take a day in LEGOLAND for free.
Although the offer does not extend to family members, LEGOLAND are offering up to four tickets per applicant for $40 per person, which represents a big saving on regular gate prices for the Lake County theme park that occupies the former Cypress Gardens site.
The $40 tickets are for either Adult of Kids and are a good amount less than the $75 for adults and $65 for kids (aged 3-12).
Please note Disney, that LEGOLAND consider kids to be kids up to the age of 12, not the ridiculous age of 9!
To qualify, service personnel should take formal ID of their profession to the ticket window to obtain free entry and up to four additional guests are entitled to the $40 pass price for the day.
Have a great time at LEGOLAND and don’t forget to try those Apple Fries!