Is the London Pass worth it?

If you’re thinking about getting the London Pass for your visit to Londontown, I’ve answered the question that you probably have on your mind– “is the London Pass worth getting?”

In a nutshell, the London Pass is in no way a rip off, but you have to use it the right way in order to get your money’s worth. If you do, you could save yourself hundreds of pounds.

The pass also isn’t for everyone, so in this video I talk about the types of travelers who should get the pass and who it won’t be worth it for.

Click the video above to watch and learn all about the London Pass, and watch these videos next:

Which Oyster Card Should You Get While Visiting London?

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The London Pass gets you free entry to over 60 attractions in London, but is it really worth buying for your trip to London? Find out the pros and cons of the London pass, what types of people will like and which won't, and how to make sure you get your money's worth when using your London Pass



  1. Laura
    August 17, 2016 / 1:00 am

    Jess, I’m visiting London by the end of September, and I will be staying with a friend. My question is, do you know if I would have a problem at the airport if I dont arrive there with an accomodation in a hotel? I read once that you need an invitation letter from the person you are staying with.. but.. is that true? lol
    Thank you!
    I love your videos! 😀

    • August 18, 2016 / 9:06 am

      Hi Laura, great question. Nope, you have to give them an address but if you are staying with a friend then that’s fine. I wouldn’t worry about a letter but make sure you have her address, her contact information, how you’re getting to her place, and also a confirmation of a ticket to leave the UK, sometimes they ask for that stuff. Should be all good then!

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