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National Rail logo2for1 attractions with National RailBuy train ticket & print vch to save up to £50

Save up to £50

If you register and print a voucher from Days Out Guide then buy a National Rail ticket from a train station you can get 2for1 entry to over 150 top UK attractions, including SeaLife Centres, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor when you present both at the attraction. See the full theme park list or the zoo and wildlife list

You need to print a voucher for the relevant attraction (follow the link above and search for it) AND have a valid rail ticket bought from National Rail on the same day for a single or day return ticket, or within the days of travel for a return ticket. 

What if I live near the attraction/am travelling by other means?

It's worth doing this even if you are not travelling by train as a cheap single ticket can be available for a couple of quid, far cheaper than the entry ticket price (Alton Towers is the most expensive at £51.60 on the gate). 

Just stop by the nearest station on your way and pick one up, then present both to get your 2for1. Crucially, your rail ticket must show that you have travelled to one of the stations nearest the attraction. So for Thorpe Park, you need to have a ticket with an end destination of Staines or Chertsey. 

The offer's ongoing, but check the voucher for each individual attraction's restrictions, as these vary. See the full T&Cs including which tickets are valid.

MSE Rhiannon says:

Electronic ticket barriers can sometimes retain your ticket (especially if it's a single), so to make sure you don't lose your proof of travel, ask a member of the station staff at a manned gate to help you through.

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Excludes family, advance and web tickets as well as Oyster cards, and tickets and travelcards bought from London Underground. Can't be used with other offers or promotions. Excludes Thorpe Park from Mon 26 Oct 2015 until Sun 1 Nov 2015.
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Ripley's logoRipley's Believe It or Not! £42 family ticket*Saves £7-£41ish. Book online, arrive before 2pm

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Believe it or not (see what we did there!), we've blagged MoneySavers £42 off-peak family tickets with fast-track entry to Ripley's interactive attraction in London until Sun 30 Oct during its Halloween week for £42.

Simply book online via our special Ripley's Believe It or Not!* link at least one day before your visit and print your tickets or show them on your smartphone at the Piccadilly Circus attraction before 2pm to get entry for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children for £42. A child is classed as aged 4-15 (under-4s go free) and the 700 peculiar exhibits are aimed at all ages.

Halloween week activities include:

  • Free face painting
  • Spooky characters and storytelling
  • Balloon modelling
  • Halloween trail with a treat at the end

Ripley’s doesn’t usually offer this type of off-peak ticket. Tickets for a family (2 adult and 2 children) are normally £48.92 (booked 14+ days in advance) or £83.26 (booked 1-13 days in advance) for the whole day, and even if you bought the after 5pm evening saver tickets 1day+ in advance, it would still cost you £67.80, so whichever way you look at it, this deal gives a saving of at least £7ish and up to £41ish - spook-tacular.

You must arrive before 2pm with this deal but you can stay as long as you like, until it closes at midnight. Last entry is 10.30pm, but Ripley's suggests you'll need about two hours to visit the whole attraction, which includes a mirror maze and laser race. The Halloween activities finish at 6pm, so it's best to get there as soon as you can if you want to get involved.

Ripley's logoRipley's Believe It or Not! £42 family ticket*Saves £7-£41ish. Book online, arrive before 2pm

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Believe it or not (see what we did there!), we've blagged MoneySavers £42 off-peak family tickets with fast-track entry to Ripley's interactive attraction in London until Tue 30 Aug, during its 'Willard Wigan’s Amazing Micro Sculptures' exhibition.

Simply book online via our special Ripley's Believe It or Not!* link at least one day before your visit and print your tickets or show them on your smartphone at the Piccadilly Circus attraction before 2pm to get entry for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children for £42. A child is classed as aged 4-15 (under-4s go free) and the 700 peculiar exhibits are aimed at all ages.

Ripley’s doesn’t usually offer this type of off-peak ticket. Tickets for a family (2 adult and 2 children) are normally £48.92 (booked 14+ days in advance) or £83.26 (booked 1-13 days in advance) for the whole day, and even if you bought the after 5pm evening saver tickets 1day+ in advance, it would still cost you £67.80, so whichever way you look at it, this deal gives a saving of at least £7ish and up to £41ish.

You must arrive before 2pm with this deal but you can stay as long as you like, until it closes at midnight. Ripley's suggests you'll need about two hours to visit the whole attraction, which opens at 9.30am and includes a mirror maze and laser race.

What is the 'Willard Wigan’s Amazing Micro Sculptures' exhibition?

  • Learn about Willard Wigan’s work and technique, then test your steady hand with various interactive games.
  • Miniature sculptures including nine camels in the eye of a needle and Homer and Bart Simpson on the head of a pin.

Ripley's logoRipley's Believe It or Not! £42 family ticket*Saves £18-£38ish. Book online, arrive before 2pm

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Believe it or not (see what we did there!), we've blagged MoneySavers £42 off-peak family tickets with fast-track entry to Ripley's interactive attraction in London until Mon 29 Feb, during its 'Treasures of the Hard Rock Cafe' exhibition.

Simply book online via our special Ripley's Believe It or Not!* link at least one day before your visit and print your tickets or show them on your smartphone at the Piccadilly Circus attraction before 2pm to get entry for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children for £42. A child is classed as aged 4-15 (under-4s go free) and the 700 peculiar exhibits are aimed at all ages.

Ripley’s doesn’t usually offer this type of off-peak ticket. A family ticket is normally £59.96 (booked 14+ days in advance) or £79.95 (booked less than 48hrs in advance) online for the whole day, and even if you bought the evening saver tickets after 5pm, it would still cost you £59.80 to £67.84 depending on how far in advance you book, so whichever way you look at it, this deal gives a saving of at least £18 and up to £38ish.

You must arrive before 2pm with this deal but you can stay as long as you like, until it closes at midnight. Ripley's suggests you'll need about two hours to visit the whole attraction, which opens at 9.30am and includes a mirror maze and laser race.

What is the 'Treasures of the Hard Rock Cafe' exhibition?

  • Outfits and memorabilia usually displayed on the walls of Hard Rock Cafes
  • Stage costumes worn by Jimi Hendrix, Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry and more.

Ripley's logoRipley's Believe It or Not! £42 family ticket*Saves £18-£38ish. Book online, arrive after 2pm

Expired

Believe it or not (see what we did there!), we've blagged MoneySavers £42 off-peak family tickets with fast-track entry to Ripley's interactive attraction in London until Wed 6 Jan, during its Christmas trail.

Simply book online via our special Ripley's Believe It or Not!* link at least one day before your visit and print your tickets or show them on your smartphone at the Piccadilly Circus attraction from 2pm to get entry for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children for £42. A child is classed as aged 4-15 (under-4s go free) and the 700 peculiar exhibits are aimed at all ages.

What is the Christmas trail?

  • Receive free trail map and pencil.
  • Fill in trail map questions, such as identifying a Christmas song.
  • Hand in completed trail map to gift shop and receive a festive treat.

Ripley’s doesn’t usually offer this type of off-peak ticket. A family ticket is normally £59.96 (booked 14+ days in advance) or £79.95 (booked less than 48hrs in advance) online for the whole day, and even if you bought the evening saver tickets after 5pm, it would still cost you £59.80 to £67.84 depending on how far in advance you book, so whichever way you look at it, this deal gives a saving of at least £18 and up to £38ish.

You must arrive after 2pm with this deal but you can stay as long as you like, until it closes at midnight. Last entry is 10.30pm, but Ripley's suggests you'll need about two hours to visit the whole attraction, which includes a mirror maze and laser race. A visit including the Christmas trail takes at least two hours, so it's best to get there as soon as you can if you want to get involved.

Ripley's logoRipley's Believe It or Not! £42 family ticket*Saves £18-£38ish. Book online, arrive after 2pm

Expired

Believe it or not (see what we did there!), we've blagged MoneySavers £42 off-peak family tickets with fast-track entry to Ripley's interactive attraction in London from Sat 24 Oct until Sun 1 Nov during its Halloween week for £42.

Simply book online via our special Ripley's Believe It or Not!* link at least one day before your visit and print your tickets or show them on your smartphone at the Piccadilly Circus attraction from 2pm to get entry for two adults and two children, or one adult and three children for £42. A child is classed as aged 4-15 (under-4s go free) and the 700 peculiar exhibits are aimed at all ages.

Halloween week activities include:

  • Free face painting
  • Spooky characters and storytelling
  • Balloon modelling
  • Halloween trail with a treat at the end

Ripley’s doesn’t usually offer this type of off-peak ticket. A family ticket is normally £59.96 (booked 14+ days in advance) or £79.95 (booked less than 48hrs in advance) online for the whole day, and even if you bought the evening saver tickets after 5pm, it would still cost you £59.80 to £67.84 depending on how far in advance you book, so whichever way you look at it, this deal gives a saving of at least £18ish and up to £38ish - spook-tacular.

You must arrive after 2pm with this deal but you can stay as long as you like, until it closes at midnight. Last entry is 10.30pm, but Ripley's suggests you'll need about two hours to visit the whole attraction, which includes a mirror maze and laser race. The Halloween activities finish at 6pm, so it's best to get there as soon as you can if you want to get involved.

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