2FOR1 on loads of London attractions including London Eye, Madam Tussauds London Zoo etc. With Voucher and Train ticket
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2FOR1 on loads of London attractions including London Eye, Madam Tussauds London Zoo etc. With Voucher and Train ticket

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Found 19th Jul 2016
"Get 2FOR1 entry to over 150 top London attractions, restaurants, theatres, exhibitions and more, when you travel by train to the capital! Just browse our list of 2FOR1 London offers (the ones with pink 2FOR1 tickets on them), then download a voucher and present it with your rail ticket when you visit the attraction. You don't need printed 2FOR1 vouchers for the theatre but you must book in advance."

Also includes other locations from around the UK including Brighton, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester & Scotland - not just London. Seems a good way to save money keeping everyone entertained over the summer! Includes places to eat too.
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Prices on the door are quite expensive. Book online where possible
Not valid in August holidays!
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codge

Not valid in August holidays!



​Depends on the attraction. Only some have limited dates.
im staying in london (walthamstow) and would love to use some of these. those anyone know what the cheapest train thicket i could buy to use this offer ?
clioooo

im staying in london (walthamstow) and would love to use some of these. … im staying in london (walthamstow) and would love to use some of these. those anyone know what the cheapest train thicket i could buy to use this offer ?



​you can just buy a single that goes one stop I think. there are guidelines on the site I think
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clioooo

im staying in london (walthamstow) and would love to use some of these. … im staying in london (walthamstow) and would love to use some of these. those anyone know what the cheapest train thicket i could buy to use this offer ?


Some more info:

The following ticket types are valid for 2FOR1 and other offers on daysoutguide.co.uk:
1.National Rail orange paper tickets including: ◦Advance
◦Anytime
◦Off-Peak
◦Super Off-Peak
◦Travelcards - purchased from a National Rail station only

2.Print @ Home or Mobile tickets (m-Tickets) for travel on National Rail services (showing the National Rail symbol)
3.Season tickets
4.Annual Gold Cards
5.Gold Record Cards (when an Annual Season ticket is held on smartcard)
6.Train company issued smartcards (e.g. The Key, Stagecoach Smart, c2c Smart)

If you are making a one way journey or your ticket is valid for one day, you can use your National Rail tickets and offer vouchers only on the day of travel.

If you are making a return journey, you can use your National Rail tickets and offer vouchers any day on or between your outward and return journeys. For example, if you arrived on Thursday and will return on Sunday, your tickets will be considered valid for the offers on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
so if i buy a travel card for a nation rail station in london that will work ?sorry if its not ok to ask these questions here , but im not from the UK so overwhelmed with how many different trains their are. thanks for your help
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clioooo

so if i buy a travel card for a nation rail station in london that will … so if i buy a travel card for a nation rail station in london that will work ?sorry if its not ok to ask these questions here , but im not from the UK so overwhelmed with how many different trains their are. thanks for your help


Probably worth contacting them for clarification
Pathetic website so slow
This deal has been going on for years no?
Does anyone know if I can get the 2 for 1 with just one train ticket. My girlfriend lives in London and this would be ideal.
jacksamthompson

Does anyone know if I can get the 2 for 1 with just one train ticket. My … Does anyone know if I can get the 2 for 1 with just one train ticket. My girlfriend lives in London and this would be ideal.


1 train ticket = 1 x (2 for 1) (you and your gf)
Not sure what your question is?
If you are like me who live in London and still want to use this offer. But a paper Train ticket from London Vauxall to London Waterloo for £2.90. I think that is the cheapest ticket. Show the ticket in the counter to avail the offer.
Not for everyone but if you are planning to visit any attractions near London Waterloo, you can pick up used ticket from platform exits, most people leave it at exit , mostly one ways , other option is as mentioned above get one way for Vauxhall
Wondering where does it say it's not valid in August, as when u click link it says expires end of August
End of October I mean
a6unx

If you are like me who live in London and still want to use this offer. … If you are like me who live in London and still want to use this offer. But a paper Train ticket from London Vauxall to London Waterloo for £2.90. I think that is the cheapest ticket. Show the ticket in the counter to avail the offer.



​Sorry if I'm being thick, I can't find London vauxhall in any of the ticket purchase apps. Is it called something else?
Just to confirm, can this be used with any London Underground train ticket? I'm not from London but planning to drive down and travel by underground for the day
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kp1505

Just to confirm, can this be used with any London Underground train … Just to confirm, can this be used with any London Underground train ticket? I'm not from London but planning to drive down and travel by underground for the day



​has to be by national rail I believe.
ws007

​Sorry if I'm being thick, I can't find London vauxhall in any of the t … ​Sorry if I'm being thick, I can't find London vauxhall in any of the ticket purchase apps. Is it called something else?



​Just called Vauxhall
a6unx

If you are like me who live in London and still want to use this offer. … If you are like me who live in London and still want to use this offer. But a paper Train ticket from London Vauxall to London Waterloo for £2.90. I think that is the cheapest ticket. Show the ticket in the counter to avail the offer.



​And this has worked at all 2for1 attractions you've been to?
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