Get rare half-price tickets to LEGOLAND for autism awareness

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Calling all LEGOLAND fans! Reduced ticket prices are here for everyone who supports those with autism. 

LEGOLAND is offering park tickets for just $42.50 plus tax a piece. CLICK HERE to snag yours.

One single-day admission is normally around $85 online and $100 at the gate for the day.

And it gets even better. The fan-favorite theme park is also donating a portion of the ticket proceeds to a Tampa Bay cause close to all of our hearts.

For Autism Awareness Month LEGOLAND Florida Resort will give $10 from each ticket sold to the North and Central Florida chapter of Autism Speaks.

But you better act fast. This special is only available online through Autism Speaks until April 30 and tickets can be used until May 31. 

LEGOLAND has worked hard over the years to make their amusement park autism-friendly. The park recently initiated the “Blue Hero Pass” for kids on the autism spectrum who have a hard time waiting in long lines.

Quiet rooms are available for those feeling overwhelmed and “social stories” were created illustrating the set up of each ride so the bright lights and loud noises won’t startle our friends on the spectrum.

Newly hired staff receives specialized training to help them interact with guests on the autism spectrum and their families or caregivers.

Be sure to join our WFLA News Channel 8 and Great 38 Autism Speaks Walk Team and join us to support those with autism at Raymond James Stadium on April 27.


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