Savvy sightseers using the money saving London Pass can now read independent and honest reviews about the benefits of the all-inclusive city card.
Scoring a high average of 8.3 out of ten, the London Pass has received over 1,000 reviews on established consumer review platform, TrustPilot with the majority highlighting value for money and their satisfaction.
Rating higher than well-known brands including Tripadvisor and HotelClub, London Pass customers rate the pass as being cost effective, convenient, easy to use and in many cases, essential for a weekend break in the capital.
TrustPilot pride themselves on listing all reviews, both the good and the not-so-good to ensure that every customer can make a considered choice about the company they are buying from and the experience in question. To date, over 1,000 London Pass users have rated the pass as ‘easy to use’, ‘awesome’ and ‘excellent bang for your buck’.
Recent reviews posted on TrustPilot about the London Pass include those focusing on the convenience of the pass – “It saved us so much time buying tickets and allowed us to see what we wanted to see without having to worry about long lines” with the moneysaving benefits come a very close second – “you can see all the sights for less” and “low low price, we would definitely recommend”.
Other users focused on praising the hidden gems that the pass encouraged them to visit with others highlighting the included special offers at various shops and restaurants around the city being ‘a great addition’ and ‘a bargain’.
Amanda Truman, director of product marketing commented: “Our users are our greatest ambassadors and can now share their valuable tips to future London visitors via the TrustPilot platform. Having numerous reviews allows anyone to see the time and cost saving benefits of the pass whilst picking up great hints and tips about making the most of their time in the Capital.”
London Pass holders can enjoy free admission to over 55 top London attractions including the Tower of London, Windsor Castle and St Paul’s Cathedral. Users have priority access at the busiest sites to avoid queues, a free guidebook and over 30 additional deals and discounts, making the London Pass the perfect money saver and the ideal way to explore the city’s premier attractions.
A one-day London Pass costs £46 for adults and £29 for a child. A two-day London Pass costs £61 for adults (£46 for children aged between five and 15 years), three-day passes are £74 for adults and £51 for children and a six-day option costs £99 for adults and £69 for children.
Check out all the activities on offer with the London Sightseeing Pass at www.londonpass.com. The website includes a London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as commission-free currency exchange.
For more information and to buy a London Pass visit www.londonpass.com or call 0870 242 9988 or buy in-store at the Ticket Booth, 11a Charing Cross Road, London, opposite the Garrick Theatre.
Source = Leisure Pass Group