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Legoland and Chick-fil-A Team Up for Savings!!


August 14, 2013

Save up to $15 per kid!

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Chick-fil-A restaurants now have “Kids Go Free” (with paid adult admission) to Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta coupons!  Each Chick-fil-A restaurant determines how coupons can be obtained.  

We spoke to the wonderful folks at the Dwarf House in Fayetteville  and found out that customers can ask for them at the host stand. No purchase is necessary; max 2 coupons per visit.  

We also confirmed that coupons are available at other Chick-fil-A restaurants throughout Fayette and Coweta Counties. We recommend calling your local Chick-fil-A.  Coupons will be available until supplies last.  

Note that when you visit Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta, you must have an original coupon.  Photocopies are not allowed.  

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