Legoland Florida has dropped its annual-pass price for Florida residents. The ticket, which has no black-out dates, now sells for $99.
Previously, an annual pass cost $129, and that remains true for out-of-staters. Annual passes for Florida children are keeping their $99 price tag.
The Florida Resident Annual Pass, now available on the Winter Haven theme park's web site, includes admission to its year-old water park and free parking. Special events such as Brick-or-Treat at Halloween and Red, Brick & Boom on Independence Day.
This annual pass also includes entry to other U.S. attractions owned by Merlin Entertainment, including Legoland Californai, Madame Tussauds outlets and Sea Life locations.
Earlier this month, Legoland introduced a "variable pricing" system for one-day tickets. Folks who buy in advance can save as much as $15 on admission.
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