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Try the London Eye, The London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium or Madame Tussauds London with friends, family, guests from out of town or someone special. The 2-for-1 offer in association with Time Out means two of you can visit for the price of one – the perfect excuse to go now. In fact, why not make the most of this great offer? Visit all four!


Use the link, enter your email (on the right) and wait for your email with the ticket and entry code (which must also be taken to the attraction of your choice).

One free entry per paying adult. Only one voucher can be used per person per transaction.
Valid until 30th June at the London Eye and 31st December at the other 3 venues.


2-4-1 EDF London Eye - £19.20
2-4-1 Madame Tussauds - £30
2-4-1 London Dungeons - £24.60
2-4-1 London Sea Life Aquarium - £20.70


For Thorpe Park 2-4-1 check out alpey's post
http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/thorpe-park-2-for-1-printable-voucher-2013-1516024#post17685983
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Red Devil#21
Does anyone know of a cheap deal for the London Zoo?
dwl99#22
I was tempted by this until I noticed that there is no pre-booking available with this offer. For a family of 4 it would be £40ish with the offer but you would probably waste a lot of time waiting in a queue whereas it's only about another tenner to get a prebooked family ticket online. It's been many years since I last visited the London Eye but I seem to remember it was always queued out.
Raks111#23
Thanks for the post :)
yas212#24
I have never paid full price for any of these attractions, the only good thing about this deal is that you don't need to bother finding and making sure you don't lose a coupon. Don't see why this is so hot.
monkey_whiskers#25
Red Devil
Does anyone know of a cheap deal for the London Zoo?

If you're travelling by train you can print off a 2-4-1 voucher from Days Out Guide. They don't usually require to see the tickets at venues, but I have been asked for them from time to time.

Edited By: monkey_whiskers on Apr 05, 2013 10:51
monkey_whiskers#26
dwl99
I was tempted by this until I noticed that there is no pre-booking available with this offer. For a family of 4 it would be £40ish with the offer but you would probably waste a lot of time waiting in a queue whereas it's only about another tenner to get a prebooked family ticket online. It's been many years since I last visited the London Eye but I seem to remember it was always queued out.

Queing for tickets isn't too bad for the Eye in the mornings or out of summer. But queing for the ride itself, especially during peak times is quite the chore.
4COSI 3 Likes #27
kelloggs deal is so much better ........ we went to london yesterday. adult and child into Madam Tussauds £26. 1 adult and 3 children onto London eye £24.40 !!
Kelloggs deal is buy Child ticket and get an adult free.
Tickets on cereal packets.
RedDwarfIsCool#28
good deal and well spotted!
PrincessEmma#29
thanks! Email confirmation recieved
Persian_Gu1f#30
Hot. Thanks.
mok123#31
Got the email sent to me within 10 seconds
BoomerKuwanger#32
If you are interested in several 2 for 1 London Vouchers (e.g. St. Paul's Cathedral, EDF London Eye, London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Monument, Kensington Palace and so forth), your companion and you can combine the purchase of two PAPER Travelcards (e.g. 1 day, 7 day) from various National Rail Stations in Central London with the visit of famous attractions.

Please visit the following website: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/
mchllsears#33
How do you get the confirmation e-mail???
swtchick87#34
I paid over £40 for 2 adults and 2 children under 3 at London aquarium last week! Missed this offer. hot though as I might go to Madam tussards with this
redheap#35
It says one free with one full paying adult another person can go free. if there are two adults and two kids.its only the kids who go can as two adults will need to pay full price to get the kids on. Its not a like for like deal..

Edited By: redheap on Apr 05, 2013 15:49
bowett 12 Likes #36
mchllsears
How do you get the confirmation e-mail???

They'll fax it to you.
sherr03#37
Thanks needed this for next week. ill look at the kellogs one as well
monkey_whiskers#38
4COSI
kelloggs deal is so much better ........ we went to london yesterday. adult and child into Madam Tussauds £26. 1 adult and 3 children onto London eye £24.40 !!
Kelloggs deal is buy Child ticket and get an adult free.
Tickets on cereal packets.

This sounds good if you're going with children, not for adults or teens though. Plus cost of Kellogg's too.....


mchllsears
How do you get the confirmation e-mail???

Once you've entered your email address it comes straight through. Check your junk folder/spam
4COSI#39
monkey_whiskers
4COSI
kelloggs deal is so much better ........ we went to london yesterday. adult and child into Madam Tussauds £26. 1 adult and 3 children onto London eye £24.40 !!
Kelloggs deal is buy Child ticket and get an adult free.
Tickets on cereal packets.

This sounds good if you're going with children, not for adults or teens though. Plus cost of Kellogg's too.....

Very true ..... Sorry.
You can however still use them as 241 with adults. Just incase you forgot to download a voucher, you can just pop into a tesco express (other supermarkets available) and pick up a box of cereal bars with voucher on.
mchllsears
How do you get the confirmation e-mail???

Once you've entered your email address it comes straight through. Check your junk folder/spam
Aaron_QPR#40
Thanks for the post. Can you print off your voucher twice and use it at 2 different attractions? Please let me know.

Edited By: Aaron_QPR on Apr 09, 2013 01:13

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