'FREE RIDE' ON THE LONDON EYE TUES 19th JAN 2010 - Queue between 09:50 and 10:00am - HotUKDeals
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To celebrate the Merlin Entertainments London Eye kicking off its eleventh year, following a decade of business and 36 million guests, the iconic landmark is giving visitors the chance to take a flight for free!

On Tuesday, January 19th, the London Eye will officially open for its eleventh year following maintenance work. To mark the occasion visitors who arrive at the London Eye and join the queue within the 10 minutes between 09:50 and 10:00am will be able to take in Londons breathtaking panoramic views from the worlds tallest cantilevered observation wheel for free.

David Sharpe, Divisional Director of London Midway attractions, Merlin Entertainments comments, We are very excited to be opening for our eleventh year as the UKs top paid for visitor experience and wanted to share this milestone with our visitors by giving something back to them to celebrate the next 10 years. The Merlin Entertainments London Eye has welcomed over 36 million visitors in the last nine years and we look forward to continuing to provide the best customer experience for many years to come.

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suspended#1
Has it really been 11 years? wow i remember when it was being built, still haven't been on it.
I think i will just save my money for going on the Singapore Flyer (Tallest Ferris Wheel in the world)
#2
Was only supposed to be a temporary thing wasn't it.. such a money spinner i guess so they kept it
#3
Who is voting this cold and why?
#4
:thumbsup:
#5
DarkKnight
Has it really been 11 years? wow i remember when it was being built, still haven't been on it.
[COLOR="Red"]I think i will just save my money[/COLOR] for going on the Singapore Flyer (Tallest Ferris Wheel in the world)


Nice to see you posting comments on another one of my fab deals :whistling: You made your 5000th post :). Maybe you missed the [COLOR="red"]FREE 'RIDE'[/COLOR] part of the title ;-)
suspended#6
big-boy;7562317
Nice to see you posting comments on another one of my fab deals :whistling: You made your 5000th post :). Maybe you missed the [COLOR=red]FREE 'RIDE'[/COLOR] part of the title ;-)


Lol, i wasn't commentating on the deal, just on the attraction.
#7
Although you would need to spend some form of money getting there... :)

I haven't been on it either. Haven't decided if I will attend or not though. Good deal though.
#8
tbh go on it for free, not worth paying a penny for!
#9
dcx_badass;7567985
The Que is like 1-2 hours normally, dread to think what it will be like for this.


we didnt queue anywhere near that long :?
#10
Queue is normally only 20 mins ish!
#11
I only queued for about 20 mins too when we went.
#12
Depends what time you go - but I've never queued for more than 5 mins for the ride. The 4D show however has been a different case - more like 30 mins.

Which queue are you supposed to join? The ticket counter, the 4D Experience or the wheel itself???

Very tight margin....10 mins! But also the first time I've ever seen such a deal, so hot from me.
And I do think it's a great experience. Amazing views.
#13
Great deal, I've been on it a couple of times and I've never had to queue, guess I've been lucky :-)

The new 4d cinema is supposed to be pretty good, I wonder if you get to see that too?

Hot from me.
#14
Tried to see how much a ticket normally is but the booking part of the website is down at the moment.

Says it was built in march 2000 so where is these 11 years from :thinking:
#15
Polly_P
Tried to see how much a ticket normally is but the booking part of the website is down at the moment.

Says it was built in march 2000 so where is these 11 years from :thinking:


Opening for its 11th year.
#16
winifer
Was only supposed to be a temporary thing wasn't it.. such a money spinner i guess so they kept it


Apparently it was designed and engineered for a 5 year life. Hopefully they built plenty into the safety margins - note to self: must go sooner rather than later! :whistling:

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