Oyster 2 for 1 for London Attractions for a Limited Time
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Oyster 2 for 1 for London Attractions for a Limited Time

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Found 10th Aug 2012
2 for 1 offers for selected London attractions are now available for Oyster card holders as it's available for rail ticket holders.

We're making it even easier to enjoy London this summer. These 2 for 1 special offers make it cheaper to get out and about and experience the once-in-a-lifetime atmosphere of London now.

Simply show your Oyster card to enjoy big savings on top attractions and things to do in London from the London Eye and Madame Tussauds to Late Night London's clubs. (See individual offer terms and conditions.)
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Thanks.
Good find, well done.
Smokin' deal
2 for 1 brass rubbing... get in!
Much easier than having to show a paper national rail ticket. Now I can stop scouring the timetable for the cheapest single fare to allow my to get the 2 for 1 deal.

For those who don't know, Oyster cards can be obtained online, or from ticket offices in London, you have to pay a £5 deposit which is returned to you if you return the card.
"This 2 for 1 offer is only available on adult price tickets"

So I just buy 2 adult tickets for me and the 13 year old daughter?
2 for 1 at Science Museum IMAX!
Scanned terms of some events, doesn't look as though you have to register your Oyster too.

Also, you can get a refund on an Oyster if you're not resident here at any kiosk so even if you have no reason to use TfL you could just get a £5 Oyster, use your 2for1 and then get ya money back.
A very useful update. Thank you.
I assume they don't check your Oyster card to see if you've bought a rail ticket?
Going to London in October, Friday to Sunday night. Is it better to get an Oyster card or 3-day travel card. Will be getting on and off at lots of different tube stops. Never really looked into them before.
Nice! Thanks
flyingflea

I assume they don't check your Oyster card to see if you've bought a rail … I assume they don't check your Oyster card to see if you've bought a rail ticket?


No, I'm sure they won't have the facilities for that, but an Oyster card will pay for itself in a couple of journeys anyway. Don't bother returning it - just keep it for when you next visit London.
wozwebs

Going to London in October, Friday to Sunday night. Is it better to get … Going to London in October, Friday to Sunday night. Is it better to get an Oyster card or 3-day travel card. Will be getting on and off at lots of different tube stops. Never really looked into them before.

Look up the prices on tfl.gov.uk - it's a really comprehensive website.
How does it work, i mean an all day zone 1&2 is £7 off peak, but one journey zone 1&2 is £2, so how does it know if your one stop or all day zone 1&2 getting on and off????
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jimruss

How does it work, i mean an all day zone 1&2 is £7 off peak, but one … How does it work, i mean an all day zone 1&2 is £7 off peak, but one journey zone 1&2 is £2, so how does it know if your one stop or all day zone 1&2 getting on and off????



If you use Oyster, no matter how many journeys you undertake in Zone 1&2, the amount charged will not be more than the cost of the travel card. This is called price capping. Refer here: tfl.gov.uk/tic…spx
awesome
thanks
Nice 1, cheers.
nice
Nice! Will be enjoying my break after resits ^^
thanks for this.
Thanks for posting. I'll be using this.
lkm0287

I thinkt this is a good deal so great. I went to tussauds and saw mother … I thinkt this is a good deal so great. I went to tussauds and saw mother theresa and george bush. george bush was bigger than margaret thatcher and smaller than marilyn monroe but not as big as buzz aldrin who is the same size as toni blare. I had suuch as good time that I went again 2 weeks later with my sister and her boyfriend with a 2 bags of sainsburys shopping but they didnt let us it in with us because it was a security problema dnd they made us put it in the bin. I had told them it was not for feeding buzz alrin but they told me it was not healthy for my customers. I hate madam tussards it sucks but this is a good deal hot hot hot!!!!!



I like your style brilliant.
Should be a 2 for 1 on the underground tickets. bloody rip off prices.

Well, somebody has to pay for Bob Crow's tantrums.

are these vouchers valid till oct 2012?
Two adults to the Palace of Westmister last weekend for £15. This included a fixed start time and a 1.5 hour guided tour including the Chamber of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Memorable visit. Thanks OP!

By the ways guys. We picked up the 2 for 1 days out guide from Fenchurch Station and went up Tower Bridge for £8 for two.
With the oyster card make sure you touch in and touch out on the tube and train! Bus you just touch in. If you do that you will have no problems. Remember child oyster cards can only be purchased via the tfl website or a form from the post office, as they have to have the childs photo on.
they are also doing getin free at wimbledon dogs if u show it at the door
2 for 1 Deal with Children:
I have used this deal with 4 adults and 2 children and showed the voucher along with the oyster card. They accepted it for us without any problems. So even the children got in with the adult ticket. They did not check the oystercard really, the guy on the counter just typed in 6 adults resulting in 180 GBP and than pressed some buttons for Oyster Deal and made it 90 GBP.
It worked for us, but never know if they might change the rules but the voucher does say

"If the holder of this voucher buys a fully priced Adult standard … "If the holder of this voucher buys a fully priced Adult standard entrance ticket to Madam Tussauds London, the London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium or EDF Energy London Eye, then s/he may take with him/her ONE OTHER PERSON who will enter the same attracton on the same day free of charge."


Therefore I don't think there should be any problems taking children along with this deal.

So, how do I get a card for £5? I'm obviously clicking the wrong option as it's always showing £10!
mattress

So, how do I get a card for £5? I'm obviously clicking the wrong option … So, how do I get a card for £5? I'm obviously clicking the wrong option as it's always showing £10!


An Oyster card? From any ticket office.
pibpob

An Oyster card? From any ticket office.



In London only?
I expect so - they are issued by Transport for London after all.
AddictWeb

Much easier than having to show a paper national rail ticket. Now I can … Much easier than having to show a paper national rail ticket. Now I can stop scouring the timetable for the cheapest single fare to allow my to get the 2 for 1 deal. For those who don't know, Oyster cards can be obtained online, or from ticket offices in London, you have to pay a £5 deposit which is returned to you if you return the card.



hi there i just tryed to buy the oyster card but t is asking me to top up at least £5 on the card when i refund the card will i get that £10 0r just £5 back cus the oyster card is costing me £10
hi there i just tryed to buy the oyster card but t is asking me to top up at least £5 on the card when i refund the card will i get that £10 0r just £5 back cus the oyster card is costing me £10
bargain2326

hi there i just tryed to buy the oyster card but t is asking me to top up … hi there i just tryed to buy the oyster card but t is asking me to top up at least £5 on the card when i refund the card will i get that £10 0r just £5 back cus the oyster card is costing me £10



I was getting the same problem. As advised by pibpob, I'll just get one from the nearest London station when I get there this Friday.
Oh yeah, HOT!
tks
does this still works??
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