Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass and upto 60% off Ripley's Believe It or Not fast track tickets @ Littlebird
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Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass and upto 60% off Ripley's Believe It or Not fast track tickets @ Littlebird

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Found 20th FebMade hot 20th Feb
2 great ideas if you are in London in the next few weeks or over half term.
Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass - use the pass as many times as you like in 24 hours. Fully heated boats so you can do it in all weathers or sit out on deck if we get some sun. You can board at Westminster, London Eye, Tower of London and Grenwich and boats depart every 40 minutes from 10am.

£4.60 for Child (aged 3-15) Ticket (50% off)
£9.25 for Adult Ticket (50% off)
£22.50 for Family ticket 2 adults and up to 3 children (43% off)
Under 3s go Free
Click on the "get deal" link and you will be able to buy the tickets. They are valid everyday until 31st March
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Upto 60% off Ripley's Believe it Or Not fast track tickets plus also includes access to Tim Burton's pop up exhibition from Miss Peregrines home for peculiar children plus 20% off in the shop. The exhibition is on until 5th March but the tickers are valid until 31st March. Open 10am until midnight everyday. No need to book just print off your e-ticket and present at the entrance.
£24.95 for Two Fast Track Tickets (Upto 58% off)
£48 for Four Fast Track Tickets (Up to 60% off)
£12.95 for Single Fast Track Ticket (Up to 57% off - These are add on tickets and are not to be purchased on their own)
Under 4’s are free
LINK TO RIPLEY TICKETS

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BTW you can get 50% off Ripley's Believe it or not just by pulling a face when you hear the prices, it was instantly offered. Still pretty pricey and not that great.

Ooo great, thanks, I've come on a trip to London today, planning on going to ripleys tomorrow so thanks!

Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?

Rom

BTW you can get 50% off Ripley's Believe it or not just by pulling a face … BTW you can get 50% off Ripley's Believe it or not just by pulling a face when you hear the prices, it was instantly offered. Still pretty pricey and not that great.



​im waiting with my funny face but haven't heard the prices. who will be speaking these?

Went with the family on Friday, I had got 4 adult tickets for £26 a while back on Buyagift. In my opinion I would say that its not worth any more than that.
Its quite small & pokey & looks like it could do with a refresh, we went round in about two & half hours.
Not sure I would bother with fast track as its open till midnight, so I would recommend going later in the day, we arrived at 5pm & there were no crowds.

MazingerZ

Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?



There is daily capping (on Oyster or contactless only + don't bother with buying Oyster just use your contactless Debit or Credit card). Depends what zones you'll be travelling in, first column on here:
content.tfl.gov.uk/adu…pdf

MazingerZ

Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?



Zone 1 I think is max £7 odd all day using contactless.

mittromney

​im waiting with my funny face but haven't heard the prices. who will be s … ​im waiting with my funny face but haven't heard the prices. who will be speaking these?


Sorry you're gonna have to hold that til tomorrow morning now

thanks a lot for sharing

MazingerZ

Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?



​zone 1-6 £12

DarzenisD

​zone 1-6 £12


This is correct using it today

^ Includes buses too don't forget. There is nothing in zone 6. Zone 1-2 will be all most people need for day trippin

MJM

^ Includes buses too don't forget. There is nothing in zone 6. Zone 1-2 … ^ Includes buses too don't forget. There is nothing in zone 6. Zone 1-2 will be all most people need for day trippin



Nothing in Zone 6?

Hampton Court palace?
Kingston market ?
Chessington World of Adventure?
Epping forest?
Painshill Park?
Parts of Richmond park.


Edited by: "daskapital" 21st Feb

^ yeah i'm talking about people visiting the city. You aren't going to travel to london from somerset to go visit a forrest but you might be interested in catching a show at the theater or the london eye. all in zone 1-2
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