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Police go Free at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham!

Police go Free at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham!

From today until June 30th, Police emergency service workers can receive free entry at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham, as the attraction runs its Lego City: Report for Duty event.

Police employees can redeem the offer for complimentary entry by simply presenting their staff pass at the Legoland Discovery Centre admissions desk.

‘We really wanted to give something back to police in the community, so are delighted to be running this special offer for them in June,’ explains General Manager, Amy Langham.

‘It’s a nice opportunity for us to highlight the great work that West Midlands Police do for us here in Birmingham, and we look forward to welcoming many of them over the coming weeks.’

Entry includes access to all the attractions including LEGO Build & Test zones, DUPLO, LEGO Friends, LEGO City Soft Play, the Kingdom Quest laser ride, Merlin’s Apprentice bike ride and a Master Model Builder Creative Workshop. Not forgetting the 4D Cinema and the opportunity to see Birmingham and the West Midlands made out of LEGO in the attraction’s MINILAND, as well as an exclusive Meet & Greet opportunity with a LEGO policeman.

Full terms and conditions apply, for further information please visit /police-go-free/


Planning a trip to London?

Planning a trip to London?

Thinking of visiting one of London's famous attractions? Or maybe a few? It's possible to do 3 in one day!

You can get from St. Pancras Train Station to Embankment in just a few stops on the Underground. From Embankment it's just a short walk over the Golden Jubilee foot bridge to the London Eye, London Eye River Cruise, London Dungeons, Shrek Experience and Sea Life Centre.

Taking the Piccadilly Line, head South to Leicester Square (2 stops) from there switch over to the Northern Line to take you to Embankment (2 stops). This journey takes around 25 minutes.

Once you've arrived on The Queen's Walk you will see the London Eye ahead of you. The ticket office is just opposite the Eye. In the Ticket Office there is a 4d cinematic experience before your trip on the Eye, this shows the journey of a seagull as it flies over the famous London landmark. (There are also toilets if you need them!)

The Eye takes around 25 minutes to do a full rotation, offering panoramic views of the city. Including views of Westminster, the Shard and more. The pods are spacious with seating in the centre should you wish to take a break. Be careful as you leave the pod as the wheel continues to turn! Only stopping to allow wheelchair users to board.

Sitting opposite the London Eye awaits the Dungeons! This attraction is a minutes’ walk from the Eye and is perfect if the weather is a little dull (which it has been lately!).

If you fancy giving yourself and your family a good scare in the most full-on history lesson London can provide, look no further! The Dungeons experience is around 90 minutes long and takes you through the history of the Plague and the Great Fire, through to Sweeney Todd and Jack the Ripper.

With a water ride, incredible actors to guide you through each era and a drop ride ending the experience there truly is something for the whole family. (Bear in mind this attraction has Live actors, strobe lights and lots of jump scares! If you have a coat with you, I'd recommend wearing it as you may get wet...)

Under the watchful gaze of the London Eye sits the London Eye River Cruise.

An attraction that runs at a lot slower pace to the others, offering a view of the City that can only be seen from the water.

The River Cruise is ideal for those that wish to learn more about the history of the buildings and bridges of London with a commentary over loudspeaker provided. The tour takes you from the London Eye, East under the Millennium Bridge, London Bridge and Tower Bridge before turning around and retracing the route. It takes around 40 minutes in total.

Seats are available both indoors and outdoors on the top deck, allowing you to enjoy the view whatever the weather.

Wanting more? Shrek's Adventure and the Sea Life Centre are also situated in the same location!


With Blue Light Card you can save 20% off the London Eye prices, up to 40% off the London Dungeons and Shrek’s Adventure, and great savings on the London Eye River Cruise and Sea Life Centre! 

NEW Feature - Hide a Company

NEW Feature - Hide a Company

We are excited to announce the new Hide feature on our website!

Fallen out of love with a company? Or maybe you don't want to see certain companies whilst you're at work? Our new Hide feature ensures you won't see unwanted content across our website, app and newsletter.

All you need to do is click the Hide button on the company's offer page via the website (the companies will also be hidden on the app) - it's as easy as that!

If you change your mind, you can always Unhide the offer by visiting your Account - Preference - Your Hidden Companies - Update Dislikes.




(You may still see the companies appear in very limited places, this is a still a new feature.)


Blue Light Card on YouTube!

Blue Light Card on YouTube!

Over the past few months we have been working with local videographer James Poole to create more engaging content for our Members.

If you would like to watch our latest videos please go to

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How to use your Vision Express discount

How to use your Vision Express discount

Blue Light Card are proud to be partnered with Vision Express offering members a host of exclusive benefits.

Vision Express provide the best individual optical care with coverage across the UK in over 600 stores, including selected Tesco Extra Stores.

To take advantage of these great offers, follow this simple five step process once you are on the Vision Express Offer Page:

1. Click the 'Visit Website' button

2. You will be redirect to a new page

3. Fill out the form to register

4. Your vouchers will be emailed to you

5. Show your vouchers in store