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      (IMPORTANT) What's next for our community   03/24/2016

      Today we're excited to announce the start of our new Facebook group: Universal Community by Orlando Informer. We're also announcing we're closing our forums. This is probably the hardest decision I've made so far with Orlando Informer. This week marks the 2nd anniversary of our forums. Monday will mark 2 years from when I first applied to work with Orlando Informer. I was entering a pool of over 50 applicants, didn't meet the requirements, and didn't think the odds were very high that I'd get the position of Forum Moderator. It never even crossed my mind that not only would I get the position, but that position and these forums would be the start of being able to do what I love as a fulltime job. At its core, our forums have always had two goals: A ) Help families receive specific answers to specific questions, feedback from folks who have been in their shoes, and help them maximize their investment into their vacation. B ) Build a community of people who love to visit Universal, with a foundation of respect and tolerance. I can speak for our entire team on our forums (both past and present), especially our Community Manager @Chuck Plagmann, when I say that we have devoted hours of time every day of the year working towards these two goals. We feel that we've made major strides towards both of our goals, but see the opportunity to help a significantly greater amount of people plan their vacation and add on to our established (and amazing) community. Unfortunately, as time goes on, forums like ours have a tendency to slow down and be replaced by social media. It's the cycle of life for forums. We believe that this Facebook group is the logical next step for our community. Our forums and the content within will remain browseable for the foreseeable future, however you will not be able to submit new content. Our Facebook group, Universal Community by Orlando Informer, will be curated by our same team that ran the OI Forums. @Chuck Plagmann and I will be on the group daily to provide insight and help families plan their vacation. @debi will be monitoring for any Special Needs questions. Our (very talented) authors, like @Marc N. Kleinhenz, will be on the group to talk about their latest articles and your feedback. Finally, @Park Beast will even be dropping by from time to time to talk about our weekly podcast. You can access our Facebook group by searching "Universal Community by Orlando Informer" or visiting UOR.community from any webbrowser. We know this is a substantial change from our forums, but are hopeful you'll be willing to give it a shot. Additionally, we're launching a Facebook group for Universal Hollywood: "Universal Community by California Informer" or visit USH.community. This is the end of the forums, but it is just the beginning of our community. One thing we consistently hear from members of our forums is how different our community is from some of the others found online. We are committed to maintaining this reputation in our Facebook group. I have met a countless number of people, many I call friends, from our OI Forums. I know real bonds (and even relationships) have resulted from the time spent on these forums. I'm looking forward to seeing these bonds develop and new ones form on our new outlet. Please know that this decision was not made lightly or without considering the amount of time many of you have spent on here. I fully believe this is the next step forward to growing our community and helping as many people as possible have the best trip to Universal. I'm looking forward to interacting with everyone for many years to come. As always, please don't hesitate to reach out with feedback -- taylor [at] orlandoinformer.com See you on the Facebook Group, Taylor P.S., Unlimited likes on Facebook, you can thank me in advance.
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NEW! Living Social Deal!

 

Adult & Child Admissions to LEGOLAND Florida LEGOLAND Florida • Winter Haven, FL

Valid Until October 26, 2014

 

 

what you get
  • Adult or Child Admissions With or Without Water Park Access

  • LEGO-Themed, Family-Friendly Theme Park Ideal for Kids Ages 2 to 12

  • Enjoy More Than 50 Rides and Shows & Attractions!

LEGOLAND Florida, the largest LEGOLAND Park in the world, is a 150-acre, interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shopping, a breathtaking botanical garden, and the LEGOLAND Water park -- all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12. Now open, The 
LEGO® World of Chima presented by Cartoon Network features an interactive family water ride called The Quest for CHI, a Speedorz™Arena, Cragger's Swamp water play area, a 4D movie experience, and character meet-n-greet sessions. Just 45 minutes from Orlando and Tampa, LEGOLAND has recently announced that the opening of The LEGOLAND Hotel will open in 2015 -- stop by soon!

Choose from the following offers:
• $56 ($82 value) for a child or senior one-day admission
• $62 ($89 value) for an adult one-day admission
• $66 ($98 value for a child or senior one-day admission with water park access
• $67 ($98 value) for a child or senior two-day admission
• $72 ($105 value) for an adult one-day admission with water park access
• $74 ($105 value) for an adult two-day admission
• $76 ($114 value) for a child or senior two-day admission with water park access
• $83 ($121 value) for an adult two-day admission with water park access

 

Source: https://www.livingsocial.com/events/1136883-adult-child-admissions-to-legoland-florida

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Please note that as of March 2016 our forums have been discontinued. Join us in our Universal or Disney Facebook Communities. You can also check out our Universal vacation planning pages or blog for up-to-date information!

I got our Legoland tickets from two places.

 

Amazon Local currently has a One Adult + One Child admission (not including the waterpark) for $86.

 

http://local.amazon.com/orlando/B00GG1AYVM

 

Then Costco has General Admission (also not including the waterpark) tickets for $50. If you are not a Costco member, you can still order, but pay a small surcharge, 5% I believe, so $5 total on both my tickets. You receive a voucher that is good until 12/31/14.

 

http://www.costco.com/LEGOLAND%C2%AE-Florida-General-Admission-E-Ticket.product.100056938.html

 

Both of these are e-tickets, so you print them at home.  So, my family of four (3 adults, 1 child) is going to Legoland for $191 total, a savings of $138 from at-the-gate prices.

 

Hope this helps someone else! :)

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We used the BOGO free coupon from the Lego Batman movie...best deal we've seen since though, is a coupon available at the Kissimmee McDonalds...still BOadult, GO child free but you can use it to buy either a one day or a waterpark combined ticket....so then, you save half on waterpark entry too...

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Then Costco has General Admission (also not including the waterpark) tickets for $50. If you are not a Costco member, you can still order, but pay a small surcharge, 5% I believe, so $5 total on both my tickets. You receive a voucher that is good until 12/31/14.

 

http://www.costco.com/LEGOLAND%C2%AE-Florida-General-Admission-E-Ticket.product.100056938.html

 

Both of these are e-tickets, so you print them at home.  So, my family of four (3 adults, 1 child) is going to Legoland for $191 total, a savings of $138 from at-the-gate prices.

 

Hope this helps someone else! :)

 

We're using this one for when we go in a few weeks!  :)

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This coupon expires on September 30, 2015 but the tickets expire

1 year from the purchase date.

Buy One Get One Free

Purchase online at LEGOLAND.com/LEGOStore2015

Free one-day ticket with purchase of a full-price one-day ticket to LEGOLAND California or Florida or one of the Discovery Centers in the U.S. or Canada. It will also work on hopper tickets that combine LEGOLAND with the Sea-Life Aquarium or Water Park. Limit one complimentary admission per purchase. This is an e-Ticket, no tickets are mailed, you must print it and show it at the ticket gate.

You may be able to pick up paper coupons to redeem at the ticket gate at your local LEGO store.

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