TICKETS to popular London attractions are on sale with up to 45 per cent off.

The discounts, including Madame Tussauds and the London Eye, are currently being offered by attractiontickets.com on its combo tickets.

The amount you save will depend on how many attractions you visit, but all of the combos include Madame Tussauds and London Eye.

  • Check out the attractiontickets.com sale here

For example, the Madame Tussauds and London Eye combo ticket currently cost £50 for adults and £45 for children, which is a saving of 38 per cent compared to what you would pay at the door.

Or you can add one more attraction – either SEA LIFE London Aquarium, Shrek’s Adventure or The London Dungeon – and save 44 per cent.

read more travel deals

Best hot tub staycations to book from £15pp a night this year

You can pay for Jet2 flights over 3 months on all fares from £30

The discounted tickets would cost £60 for adults and £54 for children. 

You can also book all five attractions with a discount, however, those deals aren't available at the moment, so it's worth keeping an eye out.

Plus, you don't have to visit the attractions all in one go.

When you book the combo tickets, you need to select a date and time, which is when you’ll visit Madame Tussauds.

Most read in Family

HOT DEALS

Best hot tub staycations to book from £15pp a night this year

INN FOR A TREAT

Premier Inn has family rooms from £8.75pp a night & kids get to eat FREE

Chasing the sun:

Book your 2023 summer hols now and have something to look forward to

POPPIN' DEAL

Book 2-night Disneyland Paris stay from £167pp – with park entry & £10 deposit

Then you'll have 90 days from the day you visit Madame Tussauds to visit the remaining attractions. 

Even though your combo ticket will work any time and day within those 90 days, you’ll still need to reserve a slot before you visit.

You'll find a booking link on your ticket where you can do this.

Make sure you plan your visits in advance, though, as the tickets expire 90 days after your visit to Madame Tussauds, regardless of whether or not you actually visit the other attractions.

If you’re looking for deals, you could book 2-night Disneyland Paris stays from £167pp this spring, including park entry and £10 deposits.

Read More on The Sun

Millions of iPhones became ‘dangerous’ this week – but you can fix it easily

Woman who tried henna freckles ended up the spit of Princess Fiona in Shrek

You can also save money on holidays by taking a coach this year, with Legoland and Disneyland trips from £129pp.

Or if you’re looking to go further, Jet2holidays has free child places on ALL breaks this summer, with beach holidays from £487pp.


Source: Read Full Article