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up to 20% discount - the london pass (for visitors to london).
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Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
discount ends Tuesday 8th august. I also saw an ad offering 10% off using code : code = news10 whether this can be added to the up to 20% discount - I don't know. the pass is g… Read more

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try Dublin instead, jasee.

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As a one day pass it seems to me not to be very good value for money. There are limits to the number of attractions you can see in one day and traveling by bus (free) is slow. I think a tour bus by itself is good value, a lot of the places along the way are free anyway: at galleries, museums, harrods etc
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Something for the Easter weekend - 10% off London pass (+ 4.04% TCB)
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Found 12th Feb 2013Found 12th Feb 2013
Free entry to over 60+ top London attractions and tours including Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, the London Bridge Experience, a Thames River Cruise and many more Plus free I… Read more

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A 1 day program could be:

1. St Pauls Cathedral (0.5 - 1 hr) @ 8.30 am
2. Westminister Abbey (1.5 hrs) @9.30 am
3. Take the Thames river cruise to Tower of London (0.5 hrs) @11.00 am
4. Tower of London (3 hrs) @11.30 am with lunch inside
5. London Bridge experience (1.5hrs) @2.30 pm
6. HMS Belfast (0.5 hrs) @ 4.30 pm (if possible)
7. Namco Station games (0.5 hrs) @5 pm (3 quid tokens free)
8. End the day with ice skating at Queens Ice and Bowl. (2 hrs)

The cruise ticket is a day ticket - so enjoy the ride on the Thames as many times as you wish after other attractions have closed.

Total value = 117
FREE entry to top attractions when you purchase a London Pass + 5% off with code
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Found 16th Feb 2010Found 16th Feb 2010
London Pass Attractions & Special Offers The London Pass is packed with over 55 fantastic attractions from top museums and galleries to historic buildings and popular sights s… Read more

Work in a place that see these everyday. They are a rip off aimed at the poor tourest that have never visited London before. It works out that they are actually paying over the odds on entry prices for the attractions.

I still don't see it as a great deal. If you're visiting London for a holiday, a lot of the places on your must see list are free anyway (British Museum, National Gallery, The Tate, Science and Natural History Museums, V&A, National Maritime Museum). I'm not even sure why the ticket lists the Tate and the National (unless it's for special exhibitions).

Sure you can spend a lot of money in London. But I think you'll really have to be going some to make this ticket worth its price.

There are more pricing options other than the 1 day ticket - but you'd need to get the 3 or 6 day ticket to be quids in:

1 Day Adult Pass £39.00
1 Day Child Pass £26.00

2 Day Adult Pass £54.00
2 Day Child Pass £40.00

3 Day Adult Pass £65.00
3 Day Child Pass £45.00

6 Day Adult Pass £89.00
6 Day Child Pass £62.00

Just how many places do you think you can visit in one day? A proper visit to the Tower on its own takes 4-5 hours. Add in travel time across the city, so at best two attractions before they close. Which won't cost £39 at full price under any circumstances.

1 Day Adult Pass £39.00
1 Day Child Pass £26.00

So, £130 for a family of 4 (less 5% of course) for a one day pass. I'll pass.
FREE entry to top attractions with a London Pass
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Found 9th Sep 2009Found 9th Sep 2009
You can get free entry into the following attractions with a London Pass - useful for anyone who has one or why not purchase one, you can get 5% off with the attached voucher code.… Read more

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I think that these very very rarely save you any money. Using Tesco clubcard vouchers, SW trains two for one entry or other common offers saves more, and you can pick and choose your destinations.

We were going to get one of these for our weekend trip to London but at the last minute realized u are only allowed to get tickets up to a value of £70.This means u can get £70 of tickets for a £40 spend if u can manage to judge it right......but the deal isn't for 'limitless' tickets as it kind of makes out.
Voted hot though if your visit tickets would have been between £60-70.