Take the train for Easter savings

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

The region’s train operator Greater Anglia has launched a new campaign to promote its 2FOR1 offers for popular London attractions, perfect to keep the family entertained during the Easter break with cut-price entry to some of the Capital’s top days out.

Families can save with two-for-the-price-of-one entry into some of London’s top attractions such as the new London Dungeon, situated on the Southbank (entry price Adult £24.60; Child £19.20), Madame Tussauds (entry price Adult £30.00; Child £25.80) and Sea Life London Aquarium (entry price £19.80 per adult).

There are over 150 2FOR1 attractions offers up for grabs, with something for everyone from river cruises, discounts on eating out, 2FOR1 entry to the Ideal Home Show and Harry Potter and James Bond tours of London.

The full list of 2FOR1 vouchers can be viewed and downloaded at: www.greateranglia.co.uk/2for1 and are valid on the production of a rail ticket (see website for full terms and conditions).

Greater Anglia’s Commercial Director, Andrew Camp, said, “With our great value off-peak fares and special deals with attractions in the Capital, families taking the train to London can sit back, relax and enjoy a fun day out for less this Easter holiday.”

Further savings can be made with the Friends and Family Railcard or by purchasing Advance fares and GroupSave tickets (based on off-peak return tickets where three or four people travel for the price of two and accompanied children travel for just £1), which can be booked via the website at www.greateranglia.co.uk. Terms and conditions apply.