Kids With Bizarre Names Win Free Entry to LegoLand

By Gary Cutlack on at

Legoland's UK office is handing out free tickets to both children and adults from next week, but there's a catch. The potential free visitors have to have names a little bit more unusual than Olivia or George.

You have to share names with the lead characters of (the) The Lego Ninjago Movie as this is sort of an advert for the film, which means only adults and their kids called Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Nya, Zane or Cole qualify for free entrance. The deal runs from October 13 to October 30, and there's no tricking the system as Lego says that a passport, birth certificate or driving licence is needed to prove you really have spent your whole life suffering under the name Zane — and the spelling needs to be identical too.

Given tickets usually cost around £130 for an adult and a child, it's probably worth doing a quick deed poll name change if you fancy visiting one of the country's most overloaded queuing experiences.

Image credit: LegoLand

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