Legoland is giving out free tickets to children and adults in October, but only to those with one of six names.
To celebrate the launch of the new Lego Ninjago film, the amusement park in Windsor will be letting people in for free if they can prove they have the same name as one of the main characters in the movie.
The promotion is only running from 13 to 30 October, and sadly the names are quite unusual.
The names that will get you into Legoland for free:
Not only are the names quite obscure (except perhaps Lloyd and Jay), it’s also noticeable that only one of them is a female character, Nya.
If you do share a name with one of the film’s main characters though, you’ll need to prove it with a valid form of ID.
And unfortunately you’ll only be granted free entry if your name is spelled the same way as the character’s too, so bad luck for Zayns, Nias and Jaes.
If you’re a die-hard Legoland fan, you might be thinking about changing your name at this point.
But given how long it’ll take to get a new passport, it’s probably going to be a waste of time and money.
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