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London Eye 2-for-1 £17.88

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
The London Eye is now part of the 2-for-1 offers on www.daysoutguide.com

To qualify for the offer you and your companion need to have either a rail ticket valid that day or have bought a London Travelcard at a National Rail Booking Office - ie NOT from a Tube Station
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#1
just what i needed - thx!
#2
fab thx
#3
Ace. Might do this during the Rage Against the Machine weekend. :)
#4
thanks! going in may, got the train advance tickets for 30 quid return from crewe for 2 people return!
#5
Thanks! I have wanted to go on this again for a while now, but was too expensive!
1 Like #6
always been 2 for 1..

loads more London offers here
#7
Nice.
#8
How does this work if I go to London by coach & by a Day travel card - where do I have to buy my tube tcket & do I have to claim for the 2-1 in advance??
#9
Still a bit overpriced but best deal I've seen so far. Taking my lad to Chessington this summer so might take this up. About time it was a part of a decent offer.
#10
This pervert in London (who seemed quite drunk) said he would show me his 'London Eye' for a fiver.

I know a poor deal when I see one.
#11
Blanco
This pervert in London (who seemed quite drunk) said he would show me his 'London Eye' for a fiver.

I know a poor deal when I see one.


Was that in Soho?
#12
Disco
always been 2 for 1..

loads more London offers here


This isn't the case at all in my experience. London Eye 2 for 1 offers are rare and usually brief. Living in London, I have looked out for such offers many times for visiting friends & family over the years.
The site has always offered other attractions at 2 for 1, but not the eye. I've used their tickets dozens of times over the years and sometimes even without train tickets. I'm not suggesting you all try it, but I've never been asked for them.

Nice find OP.:thumbsup:
#13
Gollywood
How does this work if I go to London by coach & by a Day travel card - where do I have to buy my tube tcket & do I have to claim for the 2-1 in advance??


Just buy ur day travel card at Victoria as that's where u'll get off the coach, ask for a 2for1 days out booklet at the ticket counter, that'll have vouchers, alternatively you could print off the vouchers from their website :thumbsup:
#14
L/Eye has been part of the deal for at least 9/12 months as we went this time last year and did a few attractions over the course of a weekend.
#15
Good post-not for me but voted hot.
#16
I like the way you can just print off as many as you like for every attraction!

Going for my honeymoon in April - you've just saved me a fortune!
#17
I'm down for a week at the end of the month and was planning to buy a one week travelcard covering zones 1 - 3.

Will a 1 week travelcard be valid for this?
#18
Thanks for this, saved some cash on a trip at the end of March ! heat and rep !!!:thumbsup:
#19
Hot deal.

Along with London Dungeon I would say the eye is one of the most worthwhile touristy things you can do in London.

Mind you the 2-for-1 deal is probably what it should be costing in the first place!
#20
Don't forget that the London Eye is one of the places covered by a Merlin Annual Pass...

http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/what_you_get/attractions.asp
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Tomb
I'm down for a week at the end of the month and was planning to buy a one week travelcard covering zones 1 - 3.

Will a 1 week travelcard be valid for this?



you'll have to buy the travelcard at a mainline station, NOT a tube station - ticket must have the BritishRail logo on it. eg buy it at London Bridge Rail station then go on the underground OK, buy it at london Bridge tube station = not OK

although as others have mentioned, the ticket is rarely asked for - normally showing the voucher is enough.
[helper]#22
Thanks for this. Ive never seen this offer for the Eye before (loads of other attrractions - yes but not the Eye) and certainly not in conjunction with the two for one train travel offer. H&R
#23
Like others have said the London Eye has not been on the 2-4-1's before. Or at least it certainly wasn't last August when i was last there.

I've also heard it mentioned on other deals / sites that they don't normally check the train tickets anyway.
#24
It's been around for ages but everyone knows about it, so well done op.My family came at xmas and they used 2 for 1 to get into Madame Tussaud, Tower of London, Cruise. Very good if you take train.
#25
Eye-eye!! :thumbsup:
#26
thanks
#27
sconto
It's been around for ages but everyone knows about it, so well done op.My family came at xmas and they used 2 for 1 to get into Madame Tussaud, Tower of London, Cruise. Very good if you take train.


The london 2-4-1's have been around for ages but the Eye has never been part of it before until now.
#28
Hot! Nice find
#29
fintastic
you'll have to buy the travelcard at a mainline station, NOT a tube station - ticket must have the BritishRail logo on it. eg buy it at London Bridge Rail station then go on the underground OK, buy it at london Bridge tube station = not OK

although as others have mentioned, the ticket is rarely asked for - normally showing the voucher is enough.


Cheers - have some rep. :thumbsup:
#30
Hi, how does this work for 1 adult 1 child?, or is it just for me and the mrs and we have to pays for the children seperete?

can it be used in conjunction with ie madam tusauds (or will we have to go there on another day?)
#31
I have just come back from a weekend in London and took full advantage of these 2for1's - the Eye was added especially for March as March 9th is it's 10th anniversary - I did travel by train but printed off vouchers from the website and was not asked for my train tickets for any of the vouchers I used (Eye, Tussauds, Thames Clipper)
I also believe that there are some special £10 flight tickets for the Eye to celebrate its 10th anniversary for those worried about not travelling on train. Hope this helps
#32
2earthmother
I have just come back from a weekend in London and took full advantage of these 2for1's - the Eye was added especially for March as March 9th is it's 10th anniversary - I did travel by train but printed off vouchers from the website and was not asked for my train tickets for any of the vouchers I used (Eye, Tussauds, Thames Clipper)
I also believe that there are some special £10 flight tickets for the Eye to celebrate its 10th anniversary for those worried about not travelling on train. Hope this helps


just spotted this London Eye For £10 Deal on LM
#33
I went for one day to London to see Madame Tussauds. Travelled by bus but read some comments from you guys saying they do not check the tickets...
so filled in the voucher, gave it to the girl and she asked for the train ticket!!!! - we showed her ticket for underground - and it was fine!!!!!!
IT WORKS!!!
Thanks guys

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