LEGOLAND Windsor are giving away free tickets to its Christmas event next week, perfect if you’re looking for something to do with the kids.
And as tickets are normally £26 per person, it’s quite a nice saving just before the festive season.
Legoland are running the ticket offer on December 12 only – Election Day.
As a number of schools around the UK will be forced to close, so they can be used as polling stations, many kids will already be off school.
To coincide with the elections, Legoland are giving away free tickets to kids who have the same name as the political party leaders – they have to have the same exact spellings as well.
The names eligible are Boris, Jeremy, Joanne, Jonathan, Sian, Nicola, Nigel and Adam.
If your kids are eligible, all you have to do is turn up on the day with proof of identity for your kids – so a passport or birth certificate for example.
You’ll be there for their Christmas at Legoland event – but the tickets are for the theme park only.
There will be a Santa’s Grotto there, but to book a visit, you’ll have to pay an extra £11 – but you’ll get a free Lego gift to take away.
Sadly, the parents do have to pay for their tickets.
You can book the theme park tickets before you go for £26 per person, or go all out for the option that lets you meet Santa for £36 per person.
Legoland are planning to open during February half term for the first time next year.
They will also have a new Duplo rollercoaster by next Easter that’s great for toddlers.
But over in the US, they are opening their biggest theme park yet.