2 For 1 Vouchers For UK Visitor Attractions

July 2nd, 2021 / London Attractions / 6 Comments »

2 for 1 Vouchers for UK Visitor Attractions; Travel By Train

Travel by train to visitor attractions around the UK and take advantage of hundreds of valid 2 for 1 vouchers. Participating settings now require customer to pre-book their tickets in advance to guarantee entry to the attraction and will no longer accept walk up/on the day vouchers.  Find out more details below on how to take advantage of this offer.

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view from the top of the London Eye

View from the London Eye, (photo; Phil Loach)

Days Out Guide; 2 for 1 Vouchers

Pick up a 2 for 1 voucher for top visitor attractions to help you make some easy savings on a day out around the UK.  Often you can pick up vouchers for settings that may not normally offer promotional discounts simply by travelling by train.  This voucher includes popular visitor attractions such as the London Eye,  Cutty Sark, Kew Gardens, Madame  Tussauds, St Pauls’s Cathedral and many more.  Previously this has also included the Tower of London & London Zoo as well as those further afield, (Cadbury World, Sea Life Centres, Edinburgh Dungeon & Brighton Royal Pavilion).  Check out which visitor attractions are currently participating in this offer at the time of your next visit.

Simply travel by train to the attraction of your choice having pre-booked your attractions in advance via the designated link.  Your 2 for 1 voucher is valid against full price on-the-day tickets and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer such as online discounted offers.  Take note of any restrictions on dates that this voucher can be used including dates of expiry.

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sea life aquarium exhibits

Sea Life Aquarium, (photo; Phil Loach)

2 for 1 Vouchers; Valid Train Travel?

We’re often asked about what constitutes valid train travel when using this 2 for 1 voucher.  We understand that this offer is valid in conjunction with National Rail orange paper tickets, (advance, anytime, off-peak, super off-peak & travelcards purchased from a national Rail station).  Print@Home & m-Tickets, (showing the National Rail symbol), carnet tickets, season tickets & annual gold cards are also valid for use.  However oyster cards, Transport for London, (TfL) issued travelcards, freedom passes, contact payment cards, airport express tickets & Eurostar & MegaTrain tickets are all exempt for this offer.

To find more details go to Days Out UK.

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  1. sarah stephenson says:

    looking for discount on alton towers

    • Hi Sarah, we’re seeing a half price entry offer for Alton Towers on promotional packs of Carex products in the stores that can be worth looking out for. You now need to book in advance with all 2 for 1 vouchers/half price Alton Towers promotions due to capacity limitations but does offer value for money, Liz

  2. Andrew Prall says:

    Can you send any 2 for 1 tickets or any free offers out to me please i normally get sent out lots of stuff but since lockdown i dont receive anything and i go alton tower 2-3 times a year with the kids

    • Seabrook Crisps are running a 2 for 1 offer at Alton Towers this year on promotional packs that you could take advantage of – you do need to redeem a code and book tickets in advance this season. Look out for Groupon offers too!

  3. How to download the 2 for 1 London eye voucher

    • Hi Dimple, go to days out guide, (you will see a link within the article for days out uk). Then search for London Eye which will take you to the relevant page where you can download your 2 for 1 voucher. Look out for any exluded dates over the Easter Break. Remember to present your 2 for 1 vouchers with valid train tickets to take advantage of this offer.