Get 2 For 1 Entry To Hundreds Of London Attractions

Posted on October 11th, 2007 in Cheap Days Out In London,Money Saving Tips by Stephanie

If you are planning a trip to London or just a day out in the city and you are travelling here by train, DaysOutGuide have printable vouchers on their website that allow you 2 for 1 entry into hundreds of major attractions including Madame Tussauds, Dali Universe, Vinopolis, Cruises on the Thames as well as for restaurants, hotels and hit West End shows such as Blood Brothers, Chicago, Footloose and We Will Rock You (my personal favourite!).  Once you have printed out the voucher, you just need to hand it into the atttraction’s box office and show your train ticket to get the discount!  Even if you live in London and normally take the tube, you can always just purchase a cheap train ticket from one of the railway stations in London (eg. a train ticket from Ealing Broadway to Paddington on the First Great Western trains is £2.60) so even if you don’t use the ticket, it is a minimal amount spent which could save you a lot of money on entrance to an attraction.  Currently it costs £22.50 for an adult entry to Madame Tussauds so purchasing a £2.60 train ticket would save you nearly £20!  And you could save even more if you are using vouchers for theatre and hotels!

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6 Comments »

Comment by tonym
2007-10-30 17:22:05

just to say that no londoner in his or her right mind would go to tussauds. for tourists only. but the riverboat cruise…that is good…again not popular with londoners but it should be because its a good thing to do and a great way to see the city and smell old father thames. also read peter ackroyd’s london a biography before you come and that will give you loads of ideas for things to do and see.

 
Comment by Aaron
2008-08-24 04:28:48

I’d say that tourists would probably find these offers very useful though. Tussaud’s is very popular (I’d assume due to tourists), although I’ve never been there, and that is largely due to the price. £11.25 per person makes it potentially worth checking out.

 
Comment by Londres
2008-12-09 01:28:54

Seems like a great idea

 
Comment by Sheldon
2009-02-19 13:33:54

London is really great, I think for the tourist this season is better to go and check out the huge number of buildings,parks,museum. I don’t really care about prices when it comes to attraction.

 
Comment by Peter D
2009-02-23 11:41:32

Great deal!! I used this voucher for my last trip and could save lots of money. Recommend for everyone.

 
Comment by ukhotdeals
2010-03-06 10:02:51

I like the idea of Money saving Tips:I would like to add one more tip is: When you have free time not spend your time in the big department store,because you will buy things without need,so save your money now

 
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