Spend your day at LEGOLAND California Resort creating memorable experiences, not waiting in lines with our Reserve 'N' Ride Electronic Ride Reservation System. Reserve 'N' Ride allows you to maximize your fun and ride when it's your turn.
Guests with Reserve 'N' Ride receive a hand held device that lets you make ride reservations from anywhere in the Park.
Select the ride you want on your Reserve ‘N’ Ride device and it will reserve your place. You'll get an alert when it's your turn to ride. Head to the Reserve and Ride Entrance, and you get to skip the line. The higher the level, the less time you wait between making your reservation and being able to ride. Reserve and Ride is available for purchase online or at the Park.
Seems pretty expensive. https://secure.legoland.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?langId=-15&storeId=10662&catalogId=23551&top=Y&categoryId=203604&isautoAddComment=&_ga=2.26903421.1725627130.1502601379-2119069174.1483510767
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Express Reserve N’ Ride
Price: $25 per person
Deluxe Reserve N’ Ride
With Deluxe Reserve N’ Ride, you’ll reduce your wait time by 50%, and you don’t have to stand in line, which leaves you more time to explore all the resort has to offer!
Price: $55 per person
Ultimate Reserve N’ Ride
With Ultimate Reserve N’ Ride, you get almost instant access to your selected ride by reducing your wait time by 90%, and you don’t have to stand in line, which leaves you more time to explore all the resort has to offer!
Price: $100 per person
Honestly, there should be a free ticketing system like at some UK theme parks and Disneyland Paris, IIRC: go to a ride, take a ticket, come back at the time stated.
As Huw said this system is free at Disney Parks (Disneyland Fastpass)
I suppose it depends how busy it is. I went there once with "free" tickets (so I didn't get to choose which day), and some rides had queues of nearly 2 hours. Ridiculous!
However I'm not exactly a massive fan of theme park rides and I have some friends who are and swear that these things are worth the money. As with most things in life value is subjective. As someone who isn't too fussed about getting to go on the rides I'd rather save my money and just not bother with a ride that says 2hr queues and go to something with smaller queues instead.
I'm going to skip this line skip pass. Not worth my money.