London attractions special offer £55.50 Combo ticket to London Eye, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon and SEA LIFE London Aquarium
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London attractions special offer £55.50 Combo ticket to London Eye, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon and SEA LIFE London Aquarium

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Found 27th Apr 2012
EDF Energy London Eye, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon and SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Save 33% when you combine your London Eye experience with a visit to Madame Tussauds, the London Dungeon and SEA LIFE London Aquarium

The combined ticket includes:
•A Flexi Standard Ticket to the EDF Energy London Eye: Your ticket for the London Eye allows you to visit at any time during the date of your visit. Your ticket also includes free entry to the new 4D Experience at the London Eye.
•Priority access to SEA LIFE London Aquarium
•Entry to The London Dungeon
•Priority access to Madame Tussauds

£55.50 for adults
£41.10 for children 4-15yrs old (under 4's are free)
£191.40 for family 2 adults + 2 children

I think this is a bargain, just booked for me and the missus whilst we're in London
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I am interested in this as will be in London for the Jubilee week. Do you have to visit all 4 in a day? We have 2 kids, but the youngest will be well worn out if we did all that lot in 1 day. Looked at the website but can't see an answer.
Seems like pretty good value, I see the children under 4 go for £00.00

I might send my little one ou every day for the summer.

I would prefer merkin pass by adding 30£ extra for a year cold for me
qaisar143

I would prefer merkin pass by adding 30£ extra for a year cold for me



A merlin pass is like £150 odd quid per person, where you get it for 85?
Starbangledspanner

I am interested in this as will be in London for the Jubilee week. Do you … I am interested in this as will be in London for the Jubilee week. Do you have to visit all 4 in a day? We have 2 kids, but the youngest will be well worn out if we did all that lot in 1 day. Looked at the website but can't see an answer.



I can't say for definate, but I think it would all have to be in the same day, and also not sure if you'll be able to use it on the day of the Jubilee, not sure about the week.

We're going down to watch QI being filmed, so midweek nothing special time for us.

*edit* It's been answered that the tickets are valid for 1month from the day of your visit to The London Eye.

Hope this helps
Edited by: "waynedl" 27th Apr 2012
thanks op
It seems to be all on the same day, in which case not quite a HOT deal, It wouldn't be fun trying to cram it all in a day. Would be very hard work
qaisar143

I would prefer merkin pass by adding 30£ extra for a year cold for me



en.wikipedia.org/wik…kin

edit: nsfw??
Edited by: "Tdrtnlz" 27th Apr 2012
Enjoy the q's

Your tickets are valid for a month from the day of your visit to the … Your tickets are valid for a month from the day of your visit to the London Eye.

waynedl

A merlin pass is like £150 odd quid per person, where you get it for 85?



They do have offers on periodically, I believe they did 50% off a few months ago. Obviously not much good if you need to go tomorrow, but if you're planning ahead it pays to keep an eye out. That's what we did last year when we knew my GFs parents were coming for a visit.
this a great deal no? you can use your madame tussauds and london dungeon tickets any time up to a month later after your booking date...its not just a 1 day pass.
Hardly a bargain! Maybe if its was £25
If you have Tesco clubcard vouchers, you can get a ticket to Sea Life London for £5.50 worth of vouchers. Madame Tussards London is £8 worth and a Merlin Pass is £46.50 worth of vouchers.

Edited by: "Speculator" 27th Apr 2012
Heat form me too, but wonder if possible to change to a Flexi Fast Track for a few quid more? Not been to the Eye yet, assume it would be a pretty long wait during the weekends or holidays.
seems not bad
Starbangledspanner

I am interested in this as will be in London for the Jubilee week. Do you … I am interested in this as will be in London for the Jubilee week. Do you have to visit all 4 in a day? We have 2 kids, but the youngest will be well worn out if we did all that lot in 1 day. Looked at the website but can't see an answer.


you would struggle to do all 4 in one day unless you started at 8am due to the queues at each attraction
If you don't want to do it all in a day, there's places you can get half price for individual attractions. Like daysoutguide.co.uk/, if you're travelling to London by train.
Not bad at all Thanks op
All in one day? nooo way. Miles too much to do surely. Get a Merlin Pass when they're on offer - they are superb value for money.
Alternately: If you travel to London by train you can get 2 for 1 (i.e 50% discount) on these attractions and you are not committed to visiting all the attractions to save 33%. Only works of course if you are travelling in pairs!

Link: daysoutguide.co.uk/2fo…don

OK.. deal if you can use it in August, (standard merlin not valid)
Can easily do all this over a weekend if the queues are okay.
I guess if you are local all the 2 for 1 entries and free kids vouchers would be a better option?
Do you have to do them all in a single day?? If so that is madness (unless you are a tourist on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to London and desperate to spend your time running from attraction to attraction with minimum time to actually look at anything).
bargainking

Do you have to do them all in a single day?? If so that is madness … Do you have to do them all in a single day?? If so that is madness (unless you are a tourist on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to London and desperate to spend your time running from attraction to attraction with minimum time to actually look at anything).



Maybe it's like doing the circle line pubs though. See how many you can do in one day?

Would be a real achievement doing this with young kids in tow.
bargainking

Do you have to do them all in a single day?? If so that is madness … Do you have to do them all in a single day?? If so that is madness (unless you are a tourist on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to London and desperate to spend your time running from attraction to attraction with minimum time to actually look at anything).



During weekends and holidays I would recommend visiting the London Eye before 11 or after 4 as queue times can be quite hectic during the day. The other three attractions are valid for a month from collection. The two for one offer expires for the london eye from 1st of May during the summer period.
Does anyone know of a good value combo to include the following sites: The Eye, Madam T, River Cruise, Tower of London, Buckingham P & Stonehinge?
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