Find out how you could visit Legoland Windsor for free this month

The attraction has a special offer to coincide with the release of The Lego Ninjago Movie

Legoland Windsor is giving out free tickets to children and adults in October – but there's a catch! To coincide with the release of The Lego Ninjago Movie on 13 October, visitors can get a free day ticket to the park if they can prove they share their name with one of the film's main characters.

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However sadly the characters' names are not that common, and there is only one girls' name on the list. To take advantage of the offer you will need to be called Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane or Cole, and able to prove it with valid ID. Your name needs to match the exact spelling of the characters, too, so any Kys or Zayns will miss out on the free ticket.


Legoland Windsor is giving out free tickets to children who share a name with the film's characters

Celebrities who may be able to take advantage of the offer include Wayne and Coleen Rooney, who are parents to son Kai, while Kimberly Walsh could also visit with her son Cole.

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Lauren Moss, Senior PR Manager, said: "The LEGO NINJAGO Movie characters are a group of ordinary kids who go on ninja missions, so we wanted to give guests with matching ninja names the chance to go on their very own awesome adventure at LEGOLAND. We can't wait to welcome all of the Lloyd's, Kai's, Jay's, Nya's, Zane's and Cole's to the Resort and see them put their ninja skills to the test in Lego Ninjago World."


The offer is valid between 13 and 30 October

So if you or your children share a name with one of the main characters, visit the Legoland Windsor resort between 13-30 October and show proof of identity at the ticket office to claim your free ticket. Guests will be given one free adult ticket or one free child ticket to enter the resort.

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