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London Eye Annual Pass - Unlimited trips on the London eye for 12 months for £50
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Looks like Merlin are trying to launch annual passes for all of their individual attractions, and now the Eye is in on the £50ish season pass bonanza. It's a better deal to get a M… Read more
robot1000

Exactly, at a fixed annual amount!

rsg444

Gee thanks. The same slow trip multiple times a year. Sounds great!

theriler

An attraction thats popularity has always amazed me. IMO doesn't work in a spread out City like London which historically hasn't had a high skyline (admittedly changing now)

Ana10

still need to queue up so long for half an hour just to see the view... so many other place to see it at for free google it

Zameen

Where does it take you ?

london attraction passes - visit 4 london attractions for £55 @ London Eye saving £51.90 booking till 31 dec
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Found 14th Oct 2014Found 14th Oct 2014
visit 4 london attractions for £55, Start your day off at the London Eye enjoying the views of the London skyline at your preferred time. Then get up close to the most amazing aqu… Read more
cooliomoolio

London Eye @ £29.50... I've just been looking for 2 tickets in December, I have seen them on buyagift.com for £17.96 each. Does anyone know if there are any better deals out there? There used to be 2 for 1 offers but all those I have looked at are expired now.

cov4theprem

Merlin Annual Passes are only £99 now, hence you may as well pay the extra and get so much more for a year...

adhkarzf

if you add what the cost would be to buy them individually I bet this would get very hot.

Free trip on the London Eye
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Found 12th Jan 2013Found 12th Jan 2013
Free round trip on the EDF London Eye on Saturday 19th January 2013. A free rotation at 9:30am on that day. All you have to do, is share a photo or something along the lines to the… Read more
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bvmjain

Great freebie - there were about 250 people there by 8:30am. However, they seemed to let people go for free well after 500 people had gone on. Plus you also got to see the 4D film for free- which most people didn't know about.

seb

i think anyone who wants to get a ticket will have to turn up early. will it still rotate if it's snowing? riders are expected to take a photo or draw a picture while rotating in order to share via social media. the offer was also mentioned in scout magazine - apparently you have to utter the words LIFT LONDON when challenged.

Chalico

That`s what I was thinking:)

MrChop

I live ten minutes walk away :D

znh3ra54

i'd find it difficult to mobilize my army to get there in time but still HOT

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Ice Skating at London Eye £16.20 for family of 4 (RRP £39.60)
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Found 23rd Nov 2012Found 23rd Nov 2012
Adult tickets £9.45 Children tickets £6.75 Family of 4 £16.20
cazsilver

Went this afternoon,sun was shining, great fun, and they had little orange plastic seals for the children to push along to help steady them, or sit on and be pushed. Wasn`t too busy either. Would be fine to buy family ticket and just use it for 2 adults by the way. Thanks op, had a great afternoon and have happy boys and Nephew :)

samhath

Can you still use the family ticket if you don't have kids? Works out cheaper than paying for 2 adults.

cazsilver

The first two mondays in Dec are £16.20 also :)

scaffers

Great deal,

cazsilver

I`m confussed, thinking of taking my Nephews tommorrow. Where do I put these details? What web address? Thanks

Ice Skate and ride on the London Eye - 33% off and Kids go free
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Found 20th Nov 2012Found 20th Nov 2012
Buy a London Eye and and ice skating ticket together online and you save 33%
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englishpunk

Another option that springs to mind is use the Latest Days Out Guide 2 for 1 offers for the London Eye, and ice skate at the Natural History Museum. There is no minimum age, and they have a mini rink for children.

linny13

Children under the age of 4 years are not permitted on the ice. just spotted ^ too, so be carefull if you have a little one as probably a bit **** to make your 3yr old watch everyone else having fun.

angie6

?????? the only deal I can find is kids skate free in November... this deal has been very badly worded.... shame !:|

lozel84

Thanks we're off to London this week so have booked on!

rogercat

Yea - I'd say this deal is dead ?

London Eye Standard Ticket 50% Off via Survey Link £9.45 @ Londoneye.com
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Found 9th Aug 2012Found 9th Aug 2012
Link comes from completed survey for EDF Energy London Eye. Standard Ticket Offer 50% off Standard Ticket Offer 50% off As a thank you for completing our survey, we’re offering 5… Read more
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galego

Looks like the link is dead

TyrantJB

I'm surprised that nobody was butchered by any rogue Somalians - there's loads in London, all machete-happy.

Dr_A

Thanks for posting. Used this on Friday as were in London for the Games and I've always wanted to go on it. Shame about the building in the way of the stadium (you can see it poking out each side) but there was plenty of other stuff to look at.

aerotec

Yes great idea. I did exactly this when I did the Sydney Bridge Climb and it was great. Lovely daytime view going up and awesome sunset view going back down.

ukmonkey

cant believe missed this deal just got back from London and paid full price! :(

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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 2012Found 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 Londo… Read more
Toystory

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?

adebisi

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.

bigjim

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 (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).

freebie5

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?

'FREE RIDE' ON THE LONDON EYE TUES 19th JAN 2010 - Queue between 09:50 and 10:00am
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Found 16th Jan 2010Found 16th Jan 2010
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 ch… Read more
Moby

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:

callum9999

Opening for its 11th year.

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:

adamuk82

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.

monkey_whiskers

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.