2 tix to see Razorlight at Get loaded in the park this Sunday for £46.50, incl 4 drinks @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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I've never posted a Groupon deal before, but this is a bit of a steal I think! It's short notice, as it's this Sunday, but when would you get the chance to see Razorlight, The Cribs, Noisettes & Darwin Deez, plus not even have to pay for your first couple of drinks, all for under 24 quid each?!?
Just go to Groupon, buy your voucher for £44, and tomorrow exchange it for tickets with Ticketmaster, paying the extra £2.50 for ticketfast delivery.
Sadly I can't make it, because I think it's too long a day for my little boy including travelling, but otherwise I would've taken him - it's even free entry for kids under 10, when accompanied by a paying adult!
Hopefully this wont get slated, because I really think it's an amazing offer, but let's watch this space hey...
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Bit expensive for 4 drinks.
#2
you have to redeem your "free" drinks by 3 pm
#3
shame its so indie this year, went a couple years back for soulwax/boys noize/fake blood i think

mmmmm
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pikachu12
shame its so indie this year, went a couple years back for soulwax/boys noize/fake blood i think

mmmmm


yeah i was there that year... it was quality! Except it wasn't loud enough
#5
Anyone else who bought this having problems redeeming it on Ticketmaster website? I followed link and instructions but it just searches and says no tickets are available. It's meant to have been valid after 2pm today so should be working?
#6
Oh another note, I'm quite surprised events like this go on Groupon, even if they have tickets they need to sell, because aren't they going to face a backlash from people who regularly go and have bought full price tickets. These events are in effect stabbing their followers in the back no?

Maybe because it's a London festival and the line up changes a lot each year they don't have too many regulars.

Also, I think a lot of festivals are struggling this year (ones that used to sell out in a few hours still have tickets available months later). I guess there's too many festivals, they're too expensive and a lot of them have quite a rubbish line up this year!

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