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It's a sad state of affairs when the average tourist knows more about a place than the people who live there. It's also extremely embarrassing for locals to be proudly showing friends around only to be unable to answer the simplest of questions like "what building is that" and "where is famous landmark X?" Now there's a solution for tourists and locals alike. Locals can send their friends off with the London Pass and let them explore all London has to offer. The pass guarantees free admission to over 60 attractions, tours and museums and saves users money at hotspots like the Tower of London and Windsor Castle. It also gives users the ability to take a bus tour and hop on and off as often they wish. Oh, and users get Fast Track Entry so they get to skip the long lines of suckers standing around in London's famously accommodating climate (fog, wind and rain are totally accommodating). Contrariwise, locals can simply take advantage themselves of all the London Pass has to offer, then sound like the most knowledgeable tour guide ever when friends come to visit. read more

It's a sad state of affairs when the average tourist knows more about a place than the people who live there. It's also extremely embarrassing for locals to be proudly showing friends around only to be unable to answer the simplest of questions like "what building is that" and "where is famous landmark X?" Now there's a solution for tourists and locals alike. Locals can send their friends off with the London Pass and let them explore all London has to offer. The pass guarantees free admission to over 60 attractions, tours and museums and saves users money at hotspots like the Tower of London and Windsor Castle. It also gives users the ability to take a bus tour and hop on and off as often they wish. Oh, and users get Fast Track Entry so they get to skip the long lines of suckers standing around in London's famously accommodating climate (fog, wind and rain are totally accommodating). Contrariwise, locals can simply take advantage themselves of all the London Pass has to offer, then sound like the most knowledgeable tour guide ever when friends come to visit.

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How to use London Pass Promotional Codes

  1. Choose a sightseeing card at London Pass

    The London Pass lets you get into over 55 top attractions in the city of London…for free! Click on the “Prices” tab on the home page at www.londonpass.com to see the passes available, and click “Add to Basket” to select a pass for purchase.

  2. Open your shopping basket

    Once you’ve obtained all the passes you need, click on the yellow hand basket icon at top right to open up a “Shopping Basket” window on the right side of the page. Review the products you selected, and click “Checkout.”

  3. Enter your billing address

    Fill out the “Your Billing Details” page with your name, email and home address, and phone number. If you have a different delivery address, use the dropdown menu to select “Other Address,” and enter the delivery address in the fields that appear.

  4. Select delivery method and arrival date

    Scroll down to the “Your Preferred Delivery Method” section, and tick the box next to the shipping option you want to use. Note that if you collect your passes in London, there is no charge. Then, under “Intended Date of Arrival in London” section, use the dropdown menus to enter the day that you will arrive.

  5. Add the London Pass Dining Guide (optional)

    If you want to purchase the dining guide—which contains discounts on restaurants in Central London—you can click “Add to Order.”

  6. Find a deal at Promotional Codes UK

    When you browse our website, you’ll find many ways to save on your London Pass order. Just click “View Code & Open Site” on the deal you want, and a promotional code will pop up. Copy it and go back to the London Pass website.

  7. Use your promotion at London Pass

    Beneath the Dining Guide section is a field for a promo code; paste or enter your code here and click “Apply Code.” Click “Continue to Payment.”

  8. Add payment info and complete your order

    Scroll past the order summary to the credit card information fields. Fill them out as directed, and click “Proceed” to complete your purchase.

London Pass Customer Reviews

London wouldn't be the same without this pass

This little card is so handy for getting you past all the long queues all over London. If you’re visiting London as a tourist, this is a lifesaver. You can get 1, 2, 3 or 6 day passes that are good for year after you buy them – you simply use up your days when you start using the card. All of the big museums are covered, as are many of the galleries. This pass will pay for itself in no time, and you get to skip the lines. I love it.

Parents delighted to be givne London Pass

I got my parents a London pass for their anniversary because I wanted them to start enjoying all the touristy stuff they never bother with owing to queues, prices, etc. So I got them each a three-day pass with travel that they can start using anytime they plan to spend some time in the Capital. They were thrilled. This way they skip all the queues, get in for free and enjoy public transport for free. I couldn’t have made London any more accessible to them without a press pass, so I hope they enjoy it.

Wish I knew about this last time we visited

My family and I headed to London for a week's holiday and this pass was fantastic!! It easily paid for itself in one day after all of the attractions we saw. Now that we have the kids with us as well, the costs just to enter one historic site or museum are double what they used to be with just me and the wife. My friend told us about the London Pass and I'm glad he did -- we went on the website, chose how many days we needed the pass for and ordered it. I was even able to add travel on the card, saving us even more.

When you add up what I spent on admissions the last time I was in London, it was probably over 300 pounds if not more. I really wish I had known about the London Pass back then!