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June 25th, 2016 / / 40 Comments »

Online Discounts for London Eye

Often the best deals can be found when Booking Online at the London Eye where you can take advantage of online discounts of up to 10% off standard price tickets PLUS this option allows you to bypass the queues at the ticket booths!  Whilst standard ticket holders will still need to queue to gain entry onto the London Eye, you can take advantage of discounted fastrack upgrades for those wanting to beat all the queues.

More details available at Save up to 10% when you Book Online at the London Eye.

The London Eye; Tips To Beat The Queues

Whilst queues quickly build for the The London Eye on busy days, there are plenty of ways to keep your wait down for those in the know.  Follow our top tips for the London Eye packed with queue-busting ideas to reduce wait times as well as hints & tips to help you get the most from your visit.

 

view from the London Eye at dusk

London Eye at dusk, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

London Eye; 2 for 1 Vouchers

The London Eye is currently running a 2 for 1 voucher for those that travel by train that is valid until 31 October 2016, (some excluded dates). Simply download a voucher and present it, with your valid train tickets, on the day of your visit. This 2 for 1 voucher offers 1 FREE adult or child when accompanied by a full paying adult and cannot be used in conjunction with online discounts/any other promotion. More details available at London Eye 2 for 1 Voucher.

London Eye Fastrack Tickets

London Eye offers a fastrack ticket for those looking to bypass the queues onto the London Eye through a dedicated priority entrance.  Whilst there is a ticket uplift for this option, it does mean you’ll be able to pack more into your visit to London by avoiding the bulk of the queues.

More information available at London Eye Fastrack Tickets.

Combination Tickets; London Eye, Tussauds, Sea Life & Dungeon

Combination ticket options can offer value for money for those planning a few days in London.  Discounted joint tickets can include entry to the London Eye along with Madame Tussauds, Shrek’s Adventure, the London Dungeon or even the Sea Life London Aquarium.  With many of these attractions literally located next door to the London Eye such as London Sea Life Aquarium or Shrek’s Adventure London it can make sense to combine savings with multi-entrance tickets.

More details available at Discounted Combined Tickets for the London Eye.

 

view of the London Eye & south bank in London

View of the South Bank from Westminster Bridge, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

London Eye + Tower of London/Tower Bridge/Monument

Combine a flight on the London Eye along side entry to top London attractions such as the Tower of London, the Monument, Tower Bridge & even a River Cruise.  These combined ticket options from 365tickets can offer substantial savings off individual priced tickets for those planning a few days in London.

More information available at London Eye Combined Ticket Offers

London BIG Ticket – 4 attractions in 1

Pick up entry to 4 top London attractions for the price of 2! This combination ticket includes entry to the London Eye, London Sea Life Aquarium, Shrek’s Adventure! London & Madame Tussauds for just £55 an adult/£45 a child, (3-15 years). The great news is that this ticket is valid over a 90 day period and includes fastrack entrance at both Madame Tussauds & London Sea Life Aquarium.  More information available at London BIG Ticket Offer; 4 for the price of 2.

Top Tip; did you know that London Sea Life Aquarium is also located on the Southbank along side the London Eye that makes it an easy option for those planning a trip to London.

Top Tips For Staying In London

If the London Eye is just one stop on your trip to London, then finding affordable accommodation is likely to be a priority. With so much choice in London, it’s often hard to know where to start so we’ve put together a Guide to Accommodation in London packed with top tips to help you whittle down your choice.

More details available at Top Tips For Staying In London.

 

Inside a London Eye capsule

Inside the London Eye, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

Kellogg’s 2 for 1 Voucher for London Eye

Now expired.

Whilst the Kellogg’s 2 for 1 vouchers remains valid at a range of Merlin Attractions including LEGOLAND Windsor & London Sea Life Aquarium, you can no longer use this 2 for 1 at the London Eye, (expired 27 May 2016).  It is rare to find a 2 for 1 voucher that is valid at the London Eye during peak times but we’ll add further details if new vouchers become available.

Free Tickets to London Eye; Open House London

Here’s a chance to pick up FREE tickets to the London Eye under Open House London that runs each September. This event offers FREE access to hundreds of London settings including the London Eye during one weekend a year! Whilst this event has now taken place for 2015, we’ll bring you more details as they come in for 2016.

London on a Budget

Whilst the London Eye is not included within the London Pass, this sightseeing pass does include entry to 60+ top attractions in London plus fastrack entry to popular settings such as the Tower of London & Windsor Castle.  Opting for a city sightseeing card can save you both time & money on a trip to London.

Follow our guide to Views Of London On A Budget packed with ideas for visitors looking for enjoy free or cheap views over London.

 

london eye & london sea life aquarium on the south bank

London Eye, South Bank, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

The London Eye; Merlin Pass

If you plan to visit a number of Merlin Attractions during the year, it can be worth investing in a Merlin Pass that includes entry to the London Eye, LEGOLAND Windsor, Warwick Castle & Madame Tussauds.  Although a standard Merlin Pass is not valid at the London Eye during busy times, (excludes bank holidays, the month of August & 14 February), a Premium Merlin Pass is valid throughout the year.

More details available at London Eye – Merlin Pass.

London Eye Deals; Tesco Clubard Vouchers

Whilst you cannot use clubcard vouchers to secure London Eye tickets, Tesco shoppers can pick up a 12 month standard Merlin Pass that includes entry to the London Eye plus a range of other attractions including LEGOLAND Windsor & Sea Life Centres.  There is also the option of upgrade to a Premium Merlin Pass for around an additional £50 in cash too.

Worth knowing that the London Eye is literally next door to both the London Sea Life Aquarium & the London Dungeon for those planning a trip to London.

 

London Eye located on the South Bank

London Eye on the Southbank, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

London Eye; Senior Discounts

Not currently available.

The London Eye offers senior discounted tickets at select times of the year for those aged 60 years & above. This option is only available on standard price tickets, (Monday to Friday) but does offer a cheaper option for those that can be flexible on when they visit plus the queues are likely to be down too!

For those on a budget, take a look at our alternative London attractions or views of London on a budget packed with great money saving ideas.  You can also find below details on one option for FREE entry for the London Eye!

Budget London

If you are planning a budget trip to London look out for the sightseeing pass that offers discounted entry to over 60 top London attractions & follow our Top Tips for Staying in London for those planning a few days to the city.

 

view of the London eye from the steps on the south bank

The London Eye, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

Top Tips for the London Eye

1. This is one attraction it is very difficult to find much of a discount especially at peak times.  Often your best bet is to Book Online at the London Eye to take advantage of discounts of up to 10% off standard price tickets.

2. The London Eye is becoming an iconic landmark in the city but it’s still worth remembering to opt for a clear day.  Don’t forget to check the weather forecast before you visit.

3. This is a very busy attraction so it can also be worth planning a visit first thing in the morning to avoid the inevitable queues or alternatively consider a London Eye Fastrack Ticket that allows you to bypass the queues.

4. Weigh up potential savings you can make when using a 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye against increased queue times during busy times.  Voucher holders will need to purchase tickets on the day and so will need to join the inevitable queue at the ticket booths.  Those with online tickets can avoid this queue.

5. Merlin Passholders should keep an eye out for restrictions on use at the London Eye for those with a standard Merlin Pass.  Restrictions include no entry to the London Eye during the month of August, bank holidays & other select dates during the year, (Premium Merlin Passholders have no restrictions on use).

6. Why not combine a trip to the London Eye with a budget trip on the River Thames using the Thames Clipper commuter ferry or take a tour of the Houses of Parliament by simply walking across Westminster Bridge.

7. Combine a trip on the London Eye with other top London attractions such at the London Dungeon, London Sea Life Aquarium, Madame Tussauds or Shrek’s Adventure! London and take advantage of a range of Combination Ticket Offers from the London Eye.

We’ve plenty of other top tips for the London Eye packed with more ways to beat the queues & enjoy your visit.

 

A view of the London Eye, (photo; Phil Loach)

A view of the London Eye, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

Free Trip on the London Eye

From time to time, London Eye runs time limited free entry offers although you have to be quick to take advantage of these deals.  Previously we’ve seen free rotations offered on the first hour of re-opening, (following its annual maintenance closure) & also to Kate & Wills couples, (after the birth of a royal baby).  Keep checking back to see if they run further offers later this year.

London to Paris By Bike?

The Avenue Verte runs from London Eye to Notre Dame in Paris and offers cyclists a planned 250 mile route between these 2 capital cities through sleepy villages & beautiful countryside.  We’ve tried this out for ourselves and you can see our review of Avenue Verte with a few top tips & hints to help you plan your journey.

Remember if you are looking for good quality accommodation in London then follow our Top Tips for Staying in London to help you find the perfect choice.

 

Views from the London Eye at night, (photo; Phil Loach)

Views from the London Eye at night, (photo; Phil Loach)

 

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  1. Irwan Othman says:

    Hi,
    I will be Visiting London from 13th to 16th September 2016.
    What is the best deal I can get for just to ride London Eye with my wife and two kids (5 and 8 yo)?

    • Hi Irwan, booking online with secure you a discount off standard price tickets. Unfortunately there are no family ticket options so you will need to purchase adult & child tickets, (children under 4 go free but must have a valid ticket). There are discounted combination tickets available should you wish to visit other London attractions such as Madame Tussauds, Shrek’s Adventure, London Sea Life Aquarium or the Tower of London although you have indicated you are just looking for London Eye tickets. If you are travelling by train you could take advantage of the 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye, (there are some excluded dates but is currently valid during your visit to London). Simply download a voucher and present with valid train tickets on the day of your visit to the London Eye. More details available at Days Out Guide 2 for 1 Voucher.

  2. June Howourth says:

    Hi I’m away to london 31st for my grandaughter birthday where can I get family ticket London eye madam tusardes 2 adults and 2 children thank you

    • Hi June, there is a combined ticket that offers entry to both the London Eye & Madame Tussauds that you could be interested in. Please be aware that you cannot use 2 for 1 vouchers in conjunction with this ticket. Hope this helps? Liz

  3. I am lucking for London eye and London Auqream ticket prize

    • Hi Rahman, you can pick up combined tickets for the London Eye & London Sea Life Aquarium from £39 an adult, £28 for children, (4-15 years).

  4. I can’t find how you get discount for London eye . I am going on the 19th Feb 2015

    • Hi Judith, sorry can I just double check the date you are looking to visit? I’m sure I can help look for discounts for the London Eye.

  5. karen lawlor says:

    Hi Kit,

    Im interested in visiting the London Eye and have booked train tickets with Stansted Express. Can these be used for the 2 for 1 offer?

    Thank

    • Hi Karen, the terms & conditions for this 2 for 1 voucher for London Eye can be quite complicated for some routes of transport. Unfortunately the ‘Stansted Express and Gatwick Express in-flight or mobile tickets where the National Rail logo is not shown’ are NOT valid with this London Eye offer.

  6. Hi, can I download a 2 for 1 voucher and use with a train ticket that I purchased today but is for travel tomorrow. Regards

    • Hi Kit, if you add your travel details into the daysoutguide website, (link within our London Eye deals page), you will then be able to download a 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye. Just check for any exclusions dates that are written within the terms & conditions attached to the voucher. It doesn’t matter when you purchased your train tickets but just ensure it is a valid train journey, (national rail tickets purchased from a rail station including season tickets).

  7. going from leighton buzzard to london eye on 4th february. any deals

    • Hi Carol if you are travelling by train, then you make use of a 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye, (you will see the link within the London Eye deals page) that is valid until 30 April, (excluding 13 & 14 February, 25 March – 10 April 2016). Simply download the voucher and present with valid train tickets at the London Eye ticket kiosk on the day of your visit. Those over 60 years can take advantage of discounted tickets when booked online in advance, (weekdays only during off peak times but I see that the 4 Feb falls on a Thursday). I can also see cheaper ticket prices available on the 4 February if you plan to visit later in the day. Hope this helps? Liz

  8. Are there any 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye that I can use during October? If not, are there any other cheap ticket options for the London Eye?

    • Hi Shona, if you are travelling by train you can take advantage of the Days Out Guide 2 for 1 voucher, (listed within the London Eye article). This voucher is valid until 23 October 2015, simply download the voucher and present with valid train tickets on the day of your visit.

  9. I am looking for a 2 for 1 voucher or other discounted ticket option for the London Eye that I can use in September?

    • Hi Stella, the current 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye if you travel by train runs out on 31 July. However, often during off-peak times this 2 for 1 promotion runs again so worth keeping an eye for that, (we’ll let you know if they extend this date). Also watch out for Open House London that in previous years has offered free tickets to the London Eye under a ballot system. More details on this as they come in.

  10. vivian ward says:

    hi Liz Walsh im just wondering if you can help us too we are going to london on the 4th of aug. till the 7th im on this site and looking for a good deals as well. i am collecting some of that Kelloggs deals as well think i have collect 12 dozen of keloggs vouchers.we already booked flights and hotel….we are looking for a cheap train going to our hotel and some of the london sightseeing activities,oyster pass etc.were coming from aberdeen to gatwick and then on our return fly back to aberdeen to luton airport.see if u can help us to get a cheap train .i am travelling with my husband and my 5 yrs.old boy.

    looking forward for you reply thank you xx

    • Hi Vivian, unfortunately the Kelloggs adults go free vouchers are no longer valid at London Eye, (they expired on 3 April 2015). If you are looking for a 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye, check out the days out guide 2 for 1 voucher that is valid if you travel by train on the day of your visit, (there are also plenty of other 2 for 1 vouchers available for London Attractions on the days out guide too). However you will be able to use the Kellogg’s vouchers at other London Merlin Attractions, (but not the London Dungeon nor the new Shrek attraction). Sorry I’m not going to be much help with travel arrangements as Topdogdays is more about the visitor attractions themselves but worth trying thetrainline or national rail that will give the low-down on the best train fares available. Might also be worth considering a family & friends railcard to bring the prices down further. Have a good trip, Liz

  11. HI
    ON THE 2 FOR 1 SITE I SEE THAT THE OFFER IS VALID UNTIL JULY 31.
    YOU WRITE IT IS EXPIRED/
    IS THERE SOMETHING I DONT KNOW? I DONT WANT TO COME AND BE DISAPPOINTED…

    THANX

    • Hi Merav, whilst the Kellogg’s adults go free voucher is valid at other Merlin attraction until 30 June 2016, (some restrictions on dates), unfortunately it was only valid at London Eye until 3 April 2015:(

      • BUT I MEAN THE TRAVEL BY TRAIN 2 FOR 1(NATIONAL RAIL)
        THIS ONE SAYS 31 JULY 2015

        • Hi Merav, good spot – they must have updated this offer. I’ve just had a go applying for a voucher and whilst I had trouble putting in the date of travel, (I had to manually enter the date), it did indeed provide me with a voucher that is valid until 31 July 2015 that can be used when produced with 2 valid National Rail tickets. Plenty of terms & conditions with this offer but a chance to make some good savings. I’ll update our information, cheers.

  12. hannah Kanne says:

    it rains in germany and london is calling
    We want to visit london eye with the whole family ,-)

    • Top Dog Days
      lizwalsh says:

      Hi Hannah, can’t guarantee the weather is going to much better in the UK but good to visit London! Worth checking out the online family deal, (2 adults, 2 children) on standard London Eye tickets. If you plan to visit before 30 June 2013, you could pick up 2 for 1 vouchers for London Eye but remember that only one voucher is available per person per transaction.

  13. Adriana Peña says:

    For the 2for 1 offer on e London eye..

  14. barbara Smith says:

    thanks for the offer

  15. Dawn Young says:

    Would love 2 for 1 voucher for London Eye please 🙂

    • Top Dog Days
      lizwalsh says:

      Dawn, simply follow the link through within the article to sign up & download your 2 for 1 voucher for London Eye.

  16. Plz may i have london eye 2 for 1 voucher as i really want to visit with my wife on 16 may 2013.
    Hope to hear from u soon.
    Thanks

    • Top Dog Days
      lizwalsh says:

      Alishan, If you are looking for a 2 for 1 voucher for the London Eye then check out the 2 for 1 currently running through Time Out….simply click on the link within the article for further information on this deal.

  17. What is the nearest tube station to the London Eye please. Also directions.

    Many thanks

  18. this is appalling throughout your website it is advertised 2 for 1 vouchers except for london eye tickests are nowhere to be found.It precisely states if you are travelling by trains you are qualified for the 2 for 1 by showing your trian tickets.I have gone off my brains searching for 2 for 1 for london eye,not anymore,it is disgrace and appalling service.All london attractions it is..is it?

    • Fo, there was a 2 for 1 voucher running for the London Eye when you travel by train earlier in the year. Unfortunately this has now expired as it tends to run during off peak times only. Topdogdays sign posts to deals & discounts for top visitor attractions and does not hold the deals ourselves.