Last Updated on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 by LM Tourism Editorial Staff
Now the London Pass is valid for 2 years instead of 1. Please check all safety precautions for your visit.
We check daily all offers and codes to get the London Pass at the cheapest price.
Here are the top offers available now (last updated on May 17):
London Pass Promo Code May 17, 2020 55% Savings: as of May 17, 2020 there is a 55% savings discount on London Pass attractions, with this specific promo code. It has been checked during our latest web analysis, performed on May 17, 2020 and chosen among 54 online promo codes found from 39 websites. It is the code: LO[SHOW FULL CODE]
This redemption code gives the highest discount currently available for 3-day and 6-day London Passes, which can be a 55% savings discount on London attractions. See below how this is calculated.
Click on "Show Code", then copy and paste the promo code in the box at the top right of the London Pass website checkout page, as shown in this image:
If you are already in London you can still get these online discounts instead of paying the full price, by getting the pass on your smartphone.
Is the London Pass worth it for you? Let's do the math in seconds with our comparison tool (Copyright 2020 © Love Marche Ltd, all rights reserved).
Insert the number of people, select the attractions you want to visit, and it will compare normal tickets with the London Pass.
1) Insert the number of adults and children travelling:
2) Choose the attractions to visit, top ones are already selected, so uncheck if needed:
3) Now check the difference in price, based on the attractions chosen:
|Total price of selected attractions with separate tickets||Total price with London Passes||Savings with London Passes|
|£*||1-day pass: £*||-£0|
|2-day pass: £*||-£0|
|3-day pass: £*||-£0|
|6-day pass: £*||-£0|
|10-day pass: £*||-£0|
* 4) This table shows full retail prices of the London Pass, so make sure to check the actual online discounted prices, which are up to 20% cheaper.
This tool is under copyright 2020 © Love Marche Ltd, all rights reserved. Features and limitations are described at the bottom of this page.
You can plan your visit with the free interactive map of London Pass attractions
All the attractions included in the London Pass, as well as restaurants and shops that offer discounts to the owners of the pass, can be visualised in this interactive map based on Google Maps.
The London Pass is the tourist pass of London, which allows free entrance to more than 80 famous tourist attractions while avoiding queues.
With its optional Travelcard, it also allows unlimited journeys by underground, bus and city trains all over London, zones 1 to 6.
It is available for lengths of 1, 2, 3, 6 and 10 days.
In this review we have a look at the main features of the London sightseeing pass, such as: prices, discounts, when it's worth it, attractions included, interactive map of attractions and where to buy it.
Is the London Pass worth the price?
London Passes cost from £49 (1-day child), up to £239 (10-day adult with travelcard), so the benefit depends on how many and which attractions you will visit, now easy to check with our online tool >
First, here is how much the various passes cost:
In this example, with a 3-day London Pass, you get 55% off London Attractions' prices:
Adults pay £69 for a 1-day London Pass, £94 for a 2-day pass, £114 for 3 days, £154 for 6 and £184 for 10, but with the promo code you get a 55% savings discount on the cost of London Pass attractions.
Children (from age 5 up to age 15) pay £49 for 1 day, £69 for 2 days, £84 for 3 days, £114 for 6 days, £139 for 10 days and the same promo code applies.
London Pass with Travelcard Price:
Now we evaluate when the London Pass is worth these prices and when to include the Travelcard option, so let's start by seeing who the London Pass is intended for.
Eventually you will still be the final judge on your purchase, however, in general the London Pass is good value for people who like to:
It's generally not good for:
In a nutshell: The 3-day London Pass is worth it if you will visit 5 or more top attractions. The 6-day Pass is worth it if you intend to visit 7 or more of them. The 2-day Pass for 4 or more, the 1-day Pass for 3 or more, and finally the 10-day for 8 or more.
Based on your preferences: The London Pass is NOT worth it for visitors on a budget and no-expense travellers, but it IS worth it for curious and planner travelers, no clue tourist, guidebook lovers, families, groups OR as a present. Let's see why ...
Now let's talk money and check the figures. In our London Pass calculator for comparing the price of tickets with that of the London Pass, you can check the difference based on your needs.
Here we analyse 3 sample cases, based on different typical lengths of stay: 3 or more days, 2 days, or just 1 day. You can check the one scenary that suits your plans:
Here are 3 sample cases, based on different typical lengths of stay: 3 or more days, 2 days, or just 1 day. You can check the one scenary that suits your plans:
3 or more days available for visiting (3-days pass, 6-days pass, or 10-days pass):
The longer passes of 3, 6 and 10 days duration are the most convenient because you have enough time to visit many attractions.
The 3-days London Pass is worth it if you want to visit 5 or more top attractions over 3 days.
In the following table, as an example, we see how by buying a 3-days London pass and visiting 3 top attractions per day, the total saving is £110 per each adult:
|Attractions visited||Price with standard tickets||With a 3-day London Pass|
|Tower of London||£28||Included|
|Hop on Hop off Bus Tour||£34||Included|
|The View From The Shard||£32||Included|
|Thames River Cruise||£19||Included|
|London Bridge Experience||£29||Included|
|Total cost with tickets
|Total cost with London Pass
The 6-days pass is worth it if you want to visit 6 or more top attractions over 6 days
The 10-days pass is worth it if you want to visit 7 or more top attractions over 10 days
2 days available for sightseeing (2-day Pass) £94:
Consider how many attractions you want to see.
The 2-days pass is worth it if you will see 4 or more attractions in total during the 2 days.
It's NOT worth it if you plan to visit only 3 or less attractions in total, unless for your needs it would be particularly beneficial to avoid queues where possible (for example families with young children or elderly visitors).
1 day available for sightseeing (1-day LondonPass) £69:
With 1 day available it's imperative to consider the amount of time that you can save by avoiding the queues to buy tickets. You can visit instead of queueing!
Start by checking how many of the attractions available you intend to visit.
The 1-day pass is worth it if you intend to visit 3 or more top attractions during that day. It is NOT worth it if you plan to visit only 1 or 2 attractions in that day.
The more attractions you visit in that day, the more you save.
London Pass ATTRACTIONS LIST: these are the most popular attractions included in the London Pass (normal price without pass is shown in brackets):
Thames River Cruises
A memorable way to experience the magic of London from this famous river, seeing places such as Westminster, the London Wheel, the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. It takes about 50 minutes and leaves at regular intervals (normal price £19).
Tower of London
Fortress, royal palace and prison, it keeps the collection of the jewels of the Crown, of the royal arsenals, the white tower built by William the Conqueror, the prisons exhibition and torture rooms. You can walk on part of the walls and see actors in original costumes (normal price £28).
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Breathless views along the pedestrian paths of one of the most famous bridges in the world. The interactive exhibitions and the visit to the engines room with the original steam engines make it a unique experience (normal price £10).
Globe Theatre Tour and Exhibition
Go back in time while visiting Shakespeare's reconstructed and re-sited open-air Globe theatre. In the exhibition you can see the original actors' costumes, techniques used, special effects, music and a replica printing machine used in the theatre (normal price £17).
DISCONTINUED: London Aquarium
It is one of the biggest in Europe and situated in a convenient position, on the south bank, opposite Big Ben. Not to be missed is the Pacific Ocean exhibition with sharks (normal price £13.25)
Visiting this cruiser built in 1939 offers the unique opportunity to experience just how the sailors lived, worked and fought during the Second World War. It is permanently docked near the London Bridge (normal price £16).
St. Paul Cathedral
It is possible to go up the 530 steps of the big dome to 85m and admire the great panoramic view of London. The crypt contains the graves of Admiral Nelson and of the Duke of Wellington (normal price £18).
The majestic fortress built by William the Conqueror, still used by the royal family and the Queen. Don't miss the royal apartments, the dolls' room of Queen Mary and St. George chapel, where many royal weddings were celebrated (normal price £23).
Hampton Court Palace
A great royal palace situated outside the centre of London, along the Thames river west of London. We recommend the impressive gardens and, inside the palace, the old Tudor kitchens and the royal rooms over a number of periods (normal price without londonpass £24).
Situated inside Regent's Park, it is ideal for a beautiful day outside, full of over 5000 animals with a total of 755 species including penguins, camels, zebras, gorillas, hippopotamus, giraffes, african lions and the atypical Komodo dragons (normal entrance £27)
Botanic gardens with a wide range of plants, from the greenhouse tropical to the various desert kinds. 2000 protected species of which 15 are unique to Kew and extinct outside these gardens. An exhibition about the evolution of plants covers a period of 3500 million years (normal price £18).
Bicycle Tours of London
Organised by the Bicycle Tour Company, they take place on Saturdays and Sundays (normal price £25).
For the purchase, however, you can buy online directly from the London Pass website at the following link:
The London Eye is NOT included in the London Pass but is included in the London EXPLORER Pass, which covers 20 London attractions. You can see the full list of London Explorer Pass attractions here.
The LondonPass works similarly to a buffet. Once you buy the pass, you do not pay to enter in any of the attractions covered. The more you visit, the more you save. London Pass discount code 55%: Until May 17, 2020, you get a 55% discount on London Pass attractions, with the discount code LOV**[Show Code]. We checked this code in our analysis dated May 17. This is the biggest discount currently available for the London Pass, on average a 55% discount on London attractions. See below how we calculated this.
Image of the London Pass in use
With the London Sightseeing Pass, at the attraction's entrance, you avoid the queue to buy tickets. Just show the card to the operator, who will pass it through a reader and will give permission to enter.
The guidebook that comes with the pass saves time allowing you to plan in advance and includes many discounts at shops, restaurants and entertainment possibilities in London.
The pass is produced by Leisure Pass Group Ltd (member of Visit London, the official London tourism organisation and of the European association of Tour Operators).
The easiest way is to buy the London Pass online and to get your London Pass directly on your smartphone (a mobile ticket), because delivery is immediate and there are neither shipping fees nor need to collect the pass at the London desk.
Alternatively you can still buy the London Pass online but have it shipped to you or to collect it at the London desk.
The London Pass at Costco USA 55% OFF (or Canada 55% OFF) consists in an eVoucher for a 4-day London Pass, priced at $174, but it is cheaper to use the promo code LOV**[Show Code], so that a 3-day pass costs $138 (£103) and a 6-day pass is $177 (£131).
How discounts with promo code are estimated:
London Pass PRICE DISCOUNT of 55%: Until May 17, 2020, the price of London Pass attractions can be discounted by 55% simply by buying online the pass at a discount, with the following promo code:
Today's London Pass Promo Code. 54 Promo Codes analyzed today by LM Tourism. Best Promo Code: 55% discount on London Pass attractions, valid as of the 17th of May 2020, with the voucher code LOV**[Show Code], which you have to type in on the checkout page.
|Best Promo Code||LOV**[Show Code]|
|Top discount||55% OFF|
1, 2 and 10-day passes. Here you can see the discounts for every major active London Pass Voucher Code, for all different pass durations, including 1, 2 and 10 days, valid as of the 17th of May 2020:
In short: The London Explorer Pass, compared to the London Pass, includes fewer attractions (20 vs 80), it does NOT include the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace and the London Zoo, BUT, unlike the London Pass, INCLUDES the London Eye and Madame Tussauds.
The London Explorer Pass is the tourist card of London with a price based on the number of attractions that you want to visit (either 3, 5 or 7) out of a list of 20.
More information about the London Pass Travelcard and translation of this page in other languages:
Information about the pass is available in other languages in the following pages: London Pass (Italian), London Pass (Spanish), London Pass (French), London Pass (German) and London Pass Transport (German) and London Pass (in Portuguese).
*Tool disclaimer: although we put maximum effort in showing actual prices, they are given for information only and must be checked with each tourist attraction if you intend to rely on them. This tool is intended to help visitors to make their own customised comparison. For simplicity of use and making, it does not consider the online discounts available for the London Pass, which are shown above, and possible mailing costs. Special offers, age limitations or restrictions for specific attractions are also not considered. Prices are rounded to the pound. Only the main 16 attractions (over more than 70) are currently included.