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Veterans get in free at Legoland through Nov. 22

Courtesy of Legoland Florida

Courtesy of Legoland Florida

WINTER HAVEN — Veterans are awesome, according to Legoland Florida, and the park is showing its appreciation with free admission to people who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces until Nov. 22.

Those with proper documentation or valid IDs can get into the park free and buy up to six tickets for 50 percent off. To redeem the deal, tickets must be purchased at the Legoland Florida box office, park officials say.

On Veteran's Day, veterans can also pick up a free American flag wristband at the box office that entitles them to a 10 percent discount on food and drink, photos and carnival style games.

Regular tickets to Legoland, 1 Legoland Way in Winter Haven, start at $67. florida.legoland.com

Veterans get in free at Legoland through Nov. 22 11/06/15 [Last modified: Friday, November 6, 2015 3:00pm]
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