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    Option 3: Top 3 London Attractions
    Combine your visit to Madame Tussauds with a flight on the World famous London Eye and SEA LIFE London Aquarium, and save 25% on your adult and child tickets, or 33% on your family ticket when you book your tickets at least the day in advance!

    So does it mean if I book a ticket for Top 3 London Attractions, a visit to the London Eye will be free?

    Plus: what does "the day in advance" mean?

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: how to understand this

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000 View Post


    So does it mean if I book a ticket for Top 3 London Attractions, a visit to the London Eye will be free? No. Book all three and save 25% of the total cost.

    Plus: what does "the day in advance" mean? The day before.


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    Thanks for your reply.
    Doesn't "a ticket for the top London attractions" cover all the three attractions? Why should I book three times and buy three tickets?
    For example, for an adult, 47.50 will entitles him/her to three attractions mentioned, won't it?
    Online advanced price
    Online on the day price
    Adult
    47.50
    54.00
    Child
    34.50
    39.00
    Save
    25%
    15%
    Family
    146.00
    164.00
    Save
    33%
    25%

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    Default Re: how to understand this

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000 View Post
    Thanks for your reply.
    Doesn't "a ticket for the top London attractions" cover all the three attractions? Why should I book three times and buy three tickets?
    For example, for an adult, 47.50 will entitles him/her to three attractions mentioned, won't it?
    Online advanced price
    Online on the day price
    Adult
    47.50
    54.00
    Child
    34.50
    39.00
    Save
    25%
    15%
    Family
    146.00
    164.00
    Save
    33%
    25%
    You don't have to book three times and buy three tickets. You buy one ticket which covers all three attractions.

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    Default Re: how to understand this

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
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    But what does Mr.Rover mean by "No. Book all three and save 25% of the total cost."?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000 View Post
    But what does Mr.Rover mean by "No. Book all three and save 25% of the total cost."?
    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    You buy one ticket which covers all three attractions.
    Doing that will cost you 25% less than buying individual tickets to the three attractions.

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