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2 for 1 coupons?

We're going to London next month. I saw someone on another post refer to coupons for the Tower of London. Where do you get the coupons?

Posted by
1358 posts

If you don't get help, google 'Tower of London Coupons' and see what you get.

Posted by
1358 posts

I found this answer below on this page:

I found a 2 for one coupon for the Tower of London at the Tourist Information Office located on Regent Street in London. We also bought our Heritage Pass there.

They have all the brochure information you would ever want. Take a backpack so you can carry them. There were several 2 for one coupons but you can also get on-line now and print some off before you leave home to the sights you want to visit.

Posted by
780 posts

The paper travelcard for the tube(you buy it at any rail station) gives you 2 for 1 offers as well. Only the Paper travel card, not the Oyster travel card...

Posted by
643 posts

Jenufa, no that site has no 2for1 deals for eating out. You've posted this link before which looks like spam to me.

Either post an actual link to a site that does what you describe or delete your post please.

Posted by
525 posts

I posted the one referred to about the TI. You can also go to daysoutguide.co.uk. It lists places and what you can coupons for. You can download them or just print them off. Just don't forget you have them in your paperwork. Look at Londontown.com also. Or just google what information you are looking for.
Wish I was going again. We LOVED England. It was our first time and want to go back NOW!! It looks like the pound is much better than the 2.07 to the USD when we traveled in June. I hope you have a wonderful time and experience.

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283 posts

Dave, thanks for catching my error. I don't recall posting that link before, but if I have show me where and I will change it. That previous link to www.moneysupermarket.com was not 'spam' but rather one of my other favorites saved that has the word 'money' in it. It is quite a popular site for British people to compare services! So there you go, you learned something the locals know.

Moneysavingexpert.com is very handy website for saving money. There is also a forum and an email list with details of the latest details. No spam to be had there either. :-P