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  • How do I make a reservation?
    Reservations can be made online or by calling us at (814) 272-6368 or (814) 272-6363.
  • What payments do you accept?
    We accept all major credits cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Debit cards featuring the Visa or MasterCard logo are also accepted, however, please be advised these types of cards typically have a maximum amount that you may charge daily. Please check with your financial institution.
  • What is a “Land-only” package?
    A Land-only package includes all the items listed as “tour package features” EXCEPT for air transportation, airport/hotel transfers and baggage handling. A Land package would be appropriate should the tour participant not be able to conveniently depart/return from the same city listed in the air package or wish to travel on their own.
  • I’m traveling with other couples and would like to have our rooms and game tickets near each other. Is this possible?
    Yes. If you are booking online, please indicate the last name (at a minimum) of the other couple(s) you’ll be traveling with in the Request field. Otherwise, please let our agent know at the time of booking or by the deadline for final payment. We will make every effort to accommodate your request.
  • Do I need travel insurance?
    Due to the high dollar amount of our packages, we strongly recommend the purchase of appropriate insurance coverage. Medical insurance policies may not protect your travels away from home and often have out-of-network deductibles. Likewise, coverage through credit cards and travel suppliers can have shortfalls and not fully protect you. For your convenience we offer travel protection plans provided by Travel Guard Insurance Services.
  • When do I need to get a passport?
    You should secure your passport as soon as possible. Routine processing is 8 to 11 weeks and expedite processing (for an additional $60) is 5 to 7 weeks, but based on demand it could be longer.
  • Are there any travel restrictions to London?
    As of right now, there are no restrictions/testing requirements when arriving in London. As of 12:01AM ET on June 12, 2022, CDC will no longer require air passengers traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 viral test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board their flight.
  • Do I need a passport to travel?
    Yes. Passports are required for travel outside of the US. Passport forms and other information are available at your local Post Office or can be found at We recommend making color copies of your passport and leaving one behind.
  • I already have a passport, do I need anything else?
    No other documentation is required. But you do need to make sure that your current passport is valid for at least 6 months AFTER your return date. If you passport expires prior to June 2023, you need to have it renewed before traveling.
  • What is the weather like in London?
    Similar to Lexington, the weather in London during early December averages in the high 40's during the day and mid 30's at night.
  • How long is the flight to London?
  • What is the time difference?
    London is 5 hours ahead of Lexingto.
  • Do I need to use a credit card or can I bring cash?
    The currency in London is the Sterling Pound – so cash will need to be converted but you’ll also want bring a credit card since the stadium is completely cashless. Current conversion rate from US dollar to British Pound Before leaving the country, it’s a good idea to call your bank and credit card company and let them know about your travel plans. Many banks will put a hold on accounts if they detect unusual spending patterns. They should provide you with a number to call in case you have any questions while overseas or if your card is lost or stolen. It is also a good practice to travel with two different credit cards.
  • Will my cell phone work in London?
    You’ll need to contact your wireless provider and add on an International Calling/ Data Plan. You’ll want to have your cell phone fully charged on game day as the game tickets will be electronic/mobile.
  • Will my plugs work in London?
    England‘s electric system operates on 220 volts with a plug bearing three rectangular prongs. To use standard American 110-volt appliances – including phones – you’ll need to bring a converter and wall adapter. If the appliance is dual voltage, you will only need a wall adapter
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