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Now 2 for 1 on Oyster

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Maybe this has been going for years, but I've never noticed it before.

TfL are now - at least till Sep 9 - offering 2 for 1 to a range of London things with an Oyster card.

The "things" range from tourist standards (like the Eye), famous "must avoids" like the London Dungeon and Mme Tussauds, a few nice exhibitions at the V&A.,the Courtauld, the BM etc, a few West End plays (like Spamalot and 39 Steps) a couple of places tourists rarely visit but ought to (like the Chelsea Physic Garden) to the outright weird (The Royal Family of Strange People at the London Wonderground???) .

Full list at http://www.visitlondon.com/offers/tag/oyster-2-for-1/1

No faffing about with vouchers, but seems to work only with prebooking

Possibly something for everyone - but possibly less for visitors who've never been here before than for Cotswold couples in town for a meeting but with an hour to spare before the train home.

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