Is it worth converting your Tesco Clubcard points into Legoland tickets? And how do you do it? Today I want to look at whether Legoland Windsor is a good use of your Clubcard vouchers.
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As you can see, offers range from 4 x face value (days out vouchers, restaurant deals) down to 2 x. Even at double the face value, of course, you are getting a better deal than redeeming your vouchers in a Tesco store at face value.
Spending Clubcard vouchers on Legoland tickets
You can convert your Clubcard vouchers into Legoland tickets on this page of the Tesco website.
You will need £13 of Clubcard points for a ticket for either an adult or a child (children under 3 are free). Your ticket is emailed to you directly to print at home.
The ticket is valid for six months from the day you redeem.
You can also redeem your Clubcard points for an annual ticket on this page of the Tesco website. You will need £28 of Clubcard points for the annual ticket which usually costs £100.
Is Legoland a good way to spend your Clubcard points?
On the face of it, yes.
A Legoland ticket for an adult on the door is now a shocking £55.40 on peak season dates! If you book online via the Legoland site here 2-6 days in advance that comes down to £44 and more than 7 days in advance the ticket is £41.
(Booking in advance commits you to a particular day whatever the weather. A Clubcard ticket is flexible as long as you use it within six months.)
On the basis that you don’t want to commit to a specific date, you are getting (£55.40 / £13 of Tesco vouchers) 4.3 x face value. This is excellent. Even when you compare with the a ’48 hours in advance’ ticket at £44 you are still getting 3.4 x face value.
However, there are often many special offers available on Legoland tickets.
Some brands of Kellogg’s cereal, for example, currently have a ‘buy a child ticket and get a free adult ticket’ coupon printed on them. Legoland is included. This would halve your entry cost for paying cash if 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 1 child go.
Using the Kellogg’s 2 for 1 voucher, you will pay £51.20 for two tickets (adult and child) on peak dates. Your Clubcard vouchers are a better deal as you can get two tickets for £26. You are still getting (£51.20 / £26) 2.0 x face value so your Clubcard vouchers are still getting you a decent result. It is a poorer deal outside the Summer peak dates as Legoland reduces its prices but the Clubcard price remains the same.
The Legoland Windsor annual ticket is a good deal. I couldn’t find any discounts for this elsewhere, so getting (£100 / £28) 3.6 x face value for your Clubcard vouchers is worth it.
Legoland is a very good way to spend your Clubcard points if you cannot find a good 2-4-1 offer, but you might also want to consider redeeming for one of the other high value Clubcard point redemptions on our list.
How do I book my Legoland tickets via Clubcard?
You can find out more about using Tesco Clubcard points for Legoland tickets, and redeem your Clubcard vouchers on this page of the Tesco website . To redeem your Clubcard points for the annual pass go to this Tesco website.
If you decide that cash is a better option, you can buy tickets here at the official website.
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