Between November 1 and November 25, LEGOLAND® Florida Resort will once again honor U.S. veterans and active military personnel with free theme park admission, 50 percent off tickets for up to six guests and up to 25 percent off overnight stays. It’s our way of saying thank you to the men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces.
U.S. Veterans will receive discounts on hotel stays this November. To save up to 25 percent on overnight stays, visit www.legoland.com/veterans-day.
On Monday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, each U.S. service member can receive a free American flag wristband and flyer (describing the discounts and events of the day) at the ticket windows. A wristband entitles the wearer to the following discounts that day:
- 10 percent discount on food, beverage and retail purchases at all locations including carts.
- Receive a second 6×8 photo free with purchase of the first photo
- Receive two plays of carnival-style games for the price of one, excluding prize-every-time games
For the purposes of this promotion, U.S. veterans are defined as retired or non-active duty members of the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines and U.S. Coast Guard in possession of valid military ID or other proof of veteran status. The discounts described above are exclusive and cannot be combined with any other offers, including annual pass discounts.
To receive free admission, U.S. veterans must present valid military ID or proof of veteran status at the theme park ticket windows on the day of their visit.
In addition, active-duty U.S. service members receive complimentary admission to LEGOLAND Florida theme park and LEGOLAND Water Park all year long.
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