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Help with London 2 for 1 Attraction Tickets

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We are visiting london in a couple weeks, and are arriving by air into Gatwick, taking the Gatwick express into London and then leaving 5 days later on a Eurostar train to Paris. The information on the Gatwick express website indicates that you need to buy a round trip ticket to be eligible for their 2 for 1 attraction offers. Since we were not needing a return trip ticket on the Gatwick express, does anyone know if there are other options to get discounted attraction tickets? Any suggestions appreciated.

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