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For a limited time, some of the UK's most-visited theme parks and attractions are offering an exclusive 2-for-1 deal to Travelzoo subscribers: Buy one full-price adult ticket and get the second ticket for FREE. You can use up to two vouchers per visit for a party of four, saving up to £74.
This deal is available seven days a week until 30 November*, including the remainder of the school holidays, at the following theme parks:

The Alton Towers Resort (adult ticket price £37)
LEGOLAND® Windsor (adult ticket price £37)
Chessington World of Adventures & Zoo (adult ticket price £33)
And until 31 December* at the following attractions:

The Dungeons (adult ticket price from £14)
SEA LIFE Centres and Sanctuaries (including the London Aquarium) (adult ticket price from £11.50)
Warwick Castle (adult ticket price £17.95)
Madame Tussauds, London (adult ticket price £25)
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Tritonbairn#1
Used this offer to take the kids to Legoland, only thing is everyone else did as well.
VV Busy, average wait time for rides over 1.5hrs:x

I reckon it would take 3 visits to 'do' everything, very handy if you stay close, but not VFM if it's a one off visit.
Clarioner#2
Sorry cold, 2 for 1 tickets for these are available everywhere, crisps, cereal boxes, tescos, vouchercodes.co.uk... I personally think it's a farce (by Merlin) - they've lost the whole point of it being a "special" voucher - because everyone can get this all over the place.

Due to wait times as other poster says, I'd invest in an annual pass, you'll get your money back many times over, and they refund your full entry price on the day.
jdmoyers#3
Have to agree, why don't they just make it all half price? The only thing they are doing is ripping off the odd person who doesn't get a half price ticket. Though voted hot, people still need to find out where to get the voucher codes from.

I also got a half price voucher from a 2l bottle of Sprite, might be a better option if there's an odd number of people.
asandino#4
Just to remind people that for these offers you ALWAYS have to pay ADULT price (even if is for two children) :-(
Taksim_Red#5
Yeah as others have mentioned this deal has been on all summer from various sources. Let's face it the price you pay when using vouchers IS the REAL price. Anyone who turns up at the gate without bothering to bring vouchers or whatever deserves to be fleeced! Still HOT though. We've been to Sea Life in Scarborough today and paid £25 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 kids) at the Haven reception where we're staying. The BOGOF vouchers would have cost us £28 with paying on the gate or a whopping £43 for a family ticket on the gate.
Curfish#6
Can ya use tescos vouchers to pay for one of the tickets and get the other free??
stphnstevey#7
Nice thanks
mai#8
thanks for this, especially pointing out this offer

"SEA LIFE Centres and Sanctuaries (including the London Aquarium) (adult ticket price from £11.50)" as all other 2 for 1 vouchers I've seen have excluded the london aquarium.
shaggy#9
Clarioner
Sorry cold, 2 for 1 tickets for these are available everywhere, crisps, cereal boxes, tescos, vouchercodes.co.uk... I personally think it's a farce (by Merlin) - they've lost the whole point of it being a "special" voucher - because everyone can get this all over the place.

Due to wait times as other poster says, I'd invest in an annual pass, you'll get your money back many times over, and they refund your full entry price on the day.


thats a bit harsh voting it cold for that reason. If you check the expiry dates for most other vouchers they expire on 16/10/2009 . This expires a few weeks after that, so those of us wanting to go for the scarefest which is AFTER 16/10 need this voucher.

Also, this voucher INCLUDES Sealife London, which most others don't.

Think again before voting cold for stupid reasons :thumbsup:
shaggy#10
Curfish
Can ya use tescos vouchers to pay for one of the tickets and get the other free??


:-D nice idea, but won't work :)

jdmoyers
Have to agree, why don't they just make it all half price? The only thing they are doing is ripping off the odd person who doesn't get a half price ticket. Though voted hot, people still need to find out where to get the voucher codes from.

I also got a half price voucher from a 2l bottle of Sprite, might be a better option if there's an odd number of people.



They dont make it half price by default so that they can cream off the tourists and other ignorant people who dont know about the vouchers.
alchemistkevin#11
thnx, heated

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