Legoland is letting parents and kids in for free if they have one of these names

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    Legoland is letting parents and kids in for free if they have one of these names
    (Picture: Legoland Windsor)

    Everyone knows that heading to Legoland is a truly joyous experience.

    When you’re a kid, anyway.

    When you’re an adult, the fun ever so slightly fades into the background of the not-so-relaxing sounds of hyper toddlers screaming their heads off and the looming knowledge that you’ve dropped £50 just so your kiddo can decide not to go on any rides because they’re too scary. *Sigh*.

    If tickets were free, that’d make going to Legoland seem like less of a stressful concept, right?

    Well, you’re in luck. LegoLand is currently giving out free tickets to adults and children… with a catch.

    From 13 October to 30 October, Legoland will be giving out free tickets to anyone who has the same name as one of the main characters from the new Lego Ninjango movie.

    Legoland is letting parents and kids in for free if they have one of these names
    (Picture: Legoland Windsor)

    Before you get too excited, though, those main characters have some pretty unusual names.

    To get free entry, adults or children will need to be named Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane, or Cole.

    We do know a Jay, so he’s in luck, and there must be a few dads named Lloyd.

    To claim the free tickets, you’ll need to show ID to prove that your name really is Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane, or Cole, so you can’t get away with bluffing in the form of a ‘hi, my name is…’ sticker on your jumper. Sorry.

    The names also need to be spelled in the same way as the characters in the film, so it’s bad luck for Jai, or Nia.

    You could legally change your name, or your child’s name, but considering the costs, time, and effort involved – and the fact that a new passport takes around 70 days to arrive in the post – it’s probably not worth it, even for a free ticket to Legoland.

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