Harry Potter world

Just looking at tickets for Harry Potter world in London and was amazed that saver tickets for adults are £37 each! I really wanted to g fr my birthday in March but definitely can't afford that price! Are there ever any deals or discounts?

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  • Sharon87
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    Not many discount codes I'm afraid. It's very popular still.

    I would say it's worth it though, and if you do go, don't rush ahead, take your time to get your money's worth!
  • newgirly
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    I would wait until after March as the "forbidden forest" will then be open, I've been quite a few times and have never seen discounts unfortunately. If I were you I would save up and take her just before Xmas when it's decorated festively :)
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  • susancs
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    I have never seen any discount codes as they don't need to discount as it is very popular.
  • Anyone know of a cheaper way to go to London to the studios pls?
  • pogofish
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    edited 16 November 2018 at 3:42PM
    The studios aren't in London.

    They are in Hertfordshire, outside the Metropolis, some thirty miles from Central London.

    Cheapest way from Central London is probably on an Oyster Card to Watford Junction, where a shuttle bus runs for a couple of quid. Takes about an hour IIRC.

    Or you can get a mainline train from Euston in around twenty minutes but that costs around three times the price of the Oyster.

    Various "tours" offer to bus you out there and drop you at the gate for silly money and without a ticket - which is tedious and a rip-off.

    Cheap travel to London is covered on other threads here - Try the split ticketing Sticky. Also, depending on where you are, it might actually be easier/cheaper to get a bus/train to Watford/Watford Jct directly (many services stop there) and avoid London altogether.
  • Can't recall ever seeing a discount code. Can easily spend 5-6 hours there. It's a great day out.
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