2 Course Curry Hospitality With Match Ticket At St Mirren v Aberdeen For £45, April 6, Paisley (Glasgow) - HotUKDeals
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A good deal for folk travelling down from the north and anyone in or about the city looking for a decent night out. Great meal and should be a highly entertaining fixture.

For our re-arranged Clydesdale Bank Premier League fixture against Aberdeen a week on Wednesday (April 6th) we are putting on a special ‘Curry Night’ hospitality package.

Guests will enjoy a two course meal with a choice of curries, bread and rice (with vegetarian dish on offer) followed by a delicious sweet then tea and coffee.

Guests will enjoy the following:

* Private car parking facility.
* Enter through the exclusive Hospitality Suite entrance.
* Hostess table service.
* Pre Match Two Course meal .
* Accreditation in the match day magazine.
* Exclusive Match day competitions
* Match day magazine & corporate team sheets.
* Executive seating in Main Stand.
* Half-time hot & cold snacks served with tea or coffee.
* Post Match presentations by the Match Sponsors Man of the Match
* Post Match visit by players
* Pay bar facility pre & post match.

Cost per person: £45 + VAT
Season Ticket Holders: £35 + VAT

For more information or to book your package please contact Commercial Manager, Campbell Kennedy on (0141) 840-1337 or email: [email protected].
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#1
Perhaps add ' +VAT ' to price in title .
#2
As this is Scotland shouldn't the pre match meal be deep fried?
#3
UncleWilly
As this is Scotland shouldn't the pre match meal be deep fried?

What a boring joke that is.
#4
It's a good deal for a matchday hospitality package!
Dread to think how much this would cost me at Villa Park.
Enjoy if you're going!
#5
paulhollio
Perhaps add ' +VAT ' to price in title .

sorry bargain finding friend
#6
Lakeside
UncleWilly
As this is Scotland shouldn't the pre match meal be deep fried?

What a boring joke that is.


Look Lakeside I'm fed up with you sitting on the fence all the time ......speak your mind ! :)

For the record people, I don't even own a deep fat fryer, I don't drink alcohol (no, not a drop), don't swear (except at my husband) and I'm not tight ........I do however put salt in porridge .....it's the law!

EDIT: Oh, and I've never tasted haggis in my life.

Edited By: Caz42 on Mar 29, 2011 14:57
#7
It's people trotting out the same lame joke every time there is something Scotland related - just how hilarious is the stereotypical gag that everything consumed in Scotland is deep fried first?! Off the peg humour for the dull at heart.

Anyway, I am not Scottish and luurrrve haggis, put salt in porridge, swear whenever possible and find Still Game to be one of the best comedies ever

:p
#8
Lakeside
It's people trotting out the same lame joke every time there is something Scotland related - just how hilarious is the stereotypical gag that everything consumed in Scotland is deep fried first?! Off the peg humour for the dull at heart.

Anyway, I am not Scottish and luurrrve haggis, put salt in porridge, swear whenever possible and find Still Game to be one of the best comedies ever

:p


Oh Gawd not you aswell. My OH sent me an email (yes my husband communicates with me by email) asking for Still Game DVD for his birthday.

I watched a comedy called Mrs Browns Boys last night, was so funny. It was the last episode so I'm off to iplayer to hunt for the others I missed.
#9
Caz42
Lakeside
It's people trotting out the same lame joke every time there is something Scotland related - just how hilarious is the stereotypical gag that everything consumed in Scotland is deep fried first?! Off the peg humour for the dull at heart.

Anyway, I am not Scottish and luurrrve haggis, put salt in porridge, swear whenever possible and find Still Game to be one of the best comedies ever

:p

Oh Gawd not you aswell. My OH sent me an email (yes my husband communicates with me by email) asking for Still Game DVD for his birthday.


Apparently the Scottish version of the Still Game DVD comes in a deep-fried box. ;)

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