Win a Legoland Manchester Family Ticket!

15 March 2010

Legoland

One lucky Playpennies family will be among of the first to unleash their imagination at the UK's first LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Manchester's Trafford Centre, which opens on 22 March 2010. We have one family ticket (for two adults and two children) to give away, worth approximately £50! Would make for a nice day out...

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is like a life-sized box of LEGO! Children can learn how the famous bricks are made on the LEGO Factory tour, The Master Model Builder will share his top tips for creating the best LEGO models in his master class and iconic scenes from across the North West are perfectly recreated in the fantastic MINILAND.

Kids can battle against trolls to save a beautiful princess on Kingdom Quest, the interactive LEGO laser ride or they can experience being part of the action in the 4D cinema. Other features of the attraction include a LEGO Racers build and test track, a princess castle and a DUPLO Village featuring a soft play section, plus a café and a shop featuring a fantastic range of LEGO products.

So... fancy bagging a free day ticket for two adults and two children? Here's how...

How to enter:

  • Subscribe to the PlayPennies email updates (1 entry)
  • Comment in thread below stating why you'd love to win (1 bonus entry)
  • Tweet a link to this contest and leave your twitter link below (1 bonus entry)

Terms & Conditions:

  1. Contest ends Sunday 21st March 2010
  2. Open to UK residents only
  3. 1 person per household may participate
  4. Must do email verification when subscribing
  5. Include valid email address if commenting
  6. Admin's decision is final in all cases
  7. Ticket only
  8. The prize must be redeemed by December 31 2010
  9. Prize cannot be redeemed during school holidays or on bank holidays. Subject to availability.
  10. No cash alternative is available.
  11. The prize is only redeemable at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Manchester.

Regular tickets for the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre will cost from £7 and are now available - call 0871 222 2662 to book or visit the website for more details.

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TOPICS:   Things to Do

20 comments

  • Nicola M.
    I would love to win this competition for my young son who absolutely adores all things lego.
  • Ant
    My kids love lego (but secretly so do I) - this place sounds amazing and the Trafford Centre is only 10 mins away! Also check out our tweet: http://twitter.com/oneroo/status/10536768634
  • SD
    I'd like to win as my son would love it and living up North means Legoland Windsor is too far to travel.
  • Chris J.
    We all love Lego in our house and I'd love to visit Legoland Discovery Centre because the blocks would be so big there would be no chance of me standing on a random misplaced piece in my bare feet!
  • LB
    We all loves to play with Lego, would be fun to immerse into the world of Lego! Have tweeted at http://twitter.com/yattyimages/status/10560974582
  • Fash
    I'd forgotten just how much I loved lego as a kid until my 5 year old son started playing with it last year, so much so I took him all the way down to Legoland Windsor last summer, which, although being a great day out, was a long way to go. So it's great that we are getting the discovery centre here in Manchester, I'm pretty sure that quite a lot of my time (and money) will be invested in it!
  • memona b.
    I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THE LEGOLAND DISCOVERY TICKET AS WE JUST RECENTLY MOVED FORM LONDON TO BRADFORD AND WE USE TO GO TO LEGOLAND WINDSOR EVERY YEAR WITH THE KIDS, NOW ITS TOO FAR TO TRAVEL THERE SO IM GLAD MANCHESTER HAS A DISCOVERY CENTER IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE IT.
  • Sonia
    I'd love to take my parents coz they're both children at heart...
  • jason l.
    this would make a great day out for the kids
  • Gary M.
    would love to win this for my youngest son who absolutely loves his lego.
  • Tecla K.
    I would like to win the tickets because I would give them away to my daughter and her husband who can then take my two grandsons aged 10 and 7 to Legoland. My grandsons, between them, have got boxes and boxes of lego - that must be saying that they are lego lovers.
  • katy
    Lego is my boys 10& % world, they live,sleep,eat(not literally!) Lego!! LegoLand windsor is amazing and hopefully this will be too!
  • ann
    we have 7 children 10 and under and would love to take them while the magic is still there i or my children have never experienced lego land before, lego is fabulous theirs nothing you can't build it would be like disney land to my kids!♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
  • Joe
    Lego and the Northwest. What else can I say?
  • John
    My daughters finally the right age to move on from mega-blocks to the proper stuff - so this will be a great way to do it!
  • John
    Oops - forgot the tweet.... http://twitter.com/johnpagan/status/10739564540
  • Paul
    We all love Lego in our house and I’d love to visit Legoland Discovery Centre because the blocks would be so big like the ones in the Science & Industry Museum my kids love playing with them
  • Angela
    My twin girls adore creating allsorts of imaginative things with Lego but Windsor is too far away, they would have a fab time showing me its not only for making Towers!
  • Jackie
    My son would love to visit Legoland. He's only been once, when he was too young to remember it, and this would be ideal. I don't think he'll ever grow out of Lego!
  • john
    my sons would love this!!! so would my partner she is mad about lego!!!

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