An eye for an eye

SOUTHBANK, LONDON – I walked along the Southbank, looked up and got an eye full! I know… but anyway, here’s the London Eye – a major tourist attraction. I’m yet to go.

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Standard tickets are £17.28. A bit steep, no?

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LONDON – If you’re like me, you looooooooooooooove a good deal where you don’t need to pay full price for something fun to do in the capital. I’ve stumbled upon a really great opportunity for people travelling to London (and I’ve even found a way for Londoners to get something out of this too – it’s legit but just a bit sneaky). Take a look.

It’s called the LONDON ATTRACTIONS 2FOR1 voucher and it’s really easy to use. Here is how it works:

  • Purchase a rail ticket which has the National Rail logo on it (two double arrows) for each person going to the attraction
  • Print off a voucher from their website and fill it in or pick up the voucher booklet at a rail station
  • Present both of these at the attraction of your choice on the day of your travel and you will only need to pay for 1 ticket

It’s a great saving.

So why this deal? Well, the railways want to encourage more people to London on their trains and they know that a lot of people come to London to see the sights. It’s aimed at people who don’t live in the capital, BUT…if you buy a rail ticket from say Clapham to Waterloo (this could set you back about £2 or a bit more), this ticket will suffice for the deal.

Here are just a few of the sites you could see:

  • London Eye
  • Madame Tussauds
  • Tower of London
  • Kew Gardens
  • and plenty of restaurants too.

I’m sure you get that it’s a good offering. So get going and see London now.

St. Paul's Cathedral London at dusk