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Sky is offering broadband, home phone and pay TV customers the chance to make great savings on tickets for some of the top UK tourist attractions.

Customers can take advantage of 2 for 1 tickets every Sunday until the end of December 2012.

This means they can save on the entry fee at popular attractions such as Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Legoland, Madame Tussauds and Blackpool Tower.

Other Merlin Entertainments Group sites on the list include the EDF Energy London Eye, The Dungeons, Warwick Castle and Thorpe Park.

Sky customers simply need to follow a three-stage booking process - they choose the attraction, the date they want to go and then confirm their booking.

"There are 28 attractions across the UK and Ireland and with more tickets released every week until the end of December, you've got the chance to go as many times as you like," the broadband provider stated.

"[This is] one of the many great things we do, just for you."

Bookings can be made up until 4pm on the Saturday before the selected date. Customers are required to print an email voucher and take this along to their attraction of choice.

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