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2 x FREE IDEAL HOME SHOW tickets

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Get 2 free weekend/weekday entrance tickets for the ideal home show at Earls court by entering the code VIT55 or OUTD56 when ordering online.


Not sure what the code relates to but there do not appear to be any restrictions attached.

I've just printed off my tickets so I know it works.

Enjoy!

P.S once you've entered the code click on any number in the "April" column.
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#1
Thanks!
#2
Just printed mine for this weekend - many thanks! :)
#3
Many Thanks ordered for the week-end
(code works on multi email addressess too ! ) :thumbsup:
#4
How much are childs tickets, anyone know?
1 Like #5
under 16 get in for free
#6
Cool thanks, will consider going.

Is it the same event as "The Ideal Home Exhibition" or just a similarly named event at the same venue?
#7
Thanks, I got mine...
#8
Just got mine. Thanks.
#9
Great got 2 for sunday see you there.:thumbsup:
#10
Thankyou just got mine so will be going down Sat! thankyou
#11
thank you! great post!
#12
Thx. Good deal.

The ticket says valid for any day (weekday or weekend),
#13
it dpesnt work for me i get to the page after the code but i cant see hw i selct my day or time =[ any ideas
#14
blotty
it dpesnt work for me i get to the page after the code but i cant see hw i selct my day or time =[ any ideas

Go to the bottom of the page and click on the number in the April column.
#15
click the link below and put in password : VIT55
and click 'log in' then click on April 5th or 6th (about 1/2 way down page) choose quantity 1 or 2 tickets then fill in your name,address etc and they will send you an email so you can print your free tickets (this works for as many free tickets as you like using different names & email addresses)

http://www.seetickets.com/idealhome/login.asp
#16
Money Spinning
Is it the same event as "The Ideal Home Exhibition" or just a similarly named event at the same venue?


Anyone?
banned#17
Its exactly the same just changed due to the 100 years celebration so a lot bigger and hell of a ot more interest.

Ian
#18
Oh and free weekend tickets too! Last year I only managed to get free week day tickets so we had to pay a premium on top of the free tickets.

Thanks a lot, I was looking forward to this year's show but didn't get any tickets!
Added heat and rep' for sharing with us!
#19
Cool just got a couple for the parents - they love this sort of thing,,,
#20
thank you, just ordered mine for Sunday

Went 2 years ago on the last day, they were selling lots of stuff off cheap:thumbsup:
#21
I went today and it rubbish.. and mean RUBBISH and I paid £11.. :x

They no longer use upstairs, everything now on 1 level in 2 halls.
No bargains to be had as in previous years, only 2 stands selling LCD/ Plasma and none had Pannies..:x

I remember the days when I used to spend the whole day, today it took me 1hour to see everything... pure rubbish!!

It's now taken over by B&Q
Tesco ( I kid you not)
Furniture land

I could have gone to Watford and had a better time.
If you're paying then don't waste your money.
#22
Thanks,great find
#23
If I was driving into London where would be the best place for parking if we went on Sunday? - Somewhere cheap that wouldn't be too expensive on a tube journey ideally?
1 Like #24
Money Spinning
If I was driving into London where would be the best place for parking if we went on Sunday? - Somewhere cheap that wouldn't be too expensive on a tube journey ideally?


By Car
From M1/A1/M11/A10 take the A406 westbound to A4. Continue on A4 over Hammersmith Flyover until A4 becomes West Cromwell Road and follow signs.

From M4/A4 follow directions as above.

From A3/M3 follow signs for central London, take Wandsworth or Putney Bridges.

From Wandsworth Bridge, turn left onto New Kings Road, turn right onto Fulham High Street, which becomes Fulham Palace Road, turn right onto Lillie Road and follow signs.

From Putney Bridge, turn left onto Fulham Palace Road and follow directions as above.

From M2/M20/A2 follow signs to central London, take Blackfriars, London, Waterloo, Vauxhall, Southwark, Chelsea or Battersea Bridges, turn left along Embankment and follow signs.

From A12/A13 follow signs for central London towards Tower or London Bridge. Do not cross bridge, instead continue along Embankment and follow signs.

Car Parking
Seagrave Road Car Park (P1): Open air car park, accommodating all vehicles. Please note that the car park is a short walk to Earls Court.

Red Car Park (P2): Multi-storey car park located on site next to Earls Court 2.
Accessible parking spaces available. Please note that this car park is only available during event open periods.

To pre-book parking (advisable) please visit: http://www.eco.co.uk/visitors/parking/
or call 0871 871 9809
international callers 0044 207 598 2515
Lines open: 0900 – 1700 Monday to Friday
#25
Mush001
I went today and it rubbish.. and mean RUBBISH and I paid £11.. :x

They no longer use upstairs, everything now on 1 level in 2 halls.
No bargains to be had as in previous years, only 2 stands selling LCD/ Plasma and none had Pannies..:x

I remember the days when I used to spend the whole day, today it took me 1hour to see everything... pure rubbish!!

It's now taken over by B&Q
Tesco ( I kid you not)
Furniture land

I could have gone to Watford and had a better time.
If you're paying then don't waste your money.


Can't agree more!! I was planning how to go here for more than a week, not many offers then so I gave it a go today as they close at 10pm. Went with my OH at 6 with the price of £6. But total waste of time and money.

The only thing might be Victorian Bathrooms with their whole range on 40% off the catalogue price..

There was also a London Lite Text offer thing going on but I couldn't find it on the net while standing in the ticket queue!
#26
I was also very dissapointed with the show this year. Like others I thought previous years have been much better.
It was all very much commercial companies this year and no bargains or upstairs!
I heard a lot of other people saying the same, we all expected much more for their 100year anniversary.

Anyway they are freebies and a afternoon out of nothing else. Please sont plan a day there though!:)
#27
Even with the free tickets I am not sure I am going to bother, for our family of 3 to go via train from Wiltshire it will cost about £90 and that's with a family railcard discount!

If we drive it will be about £20-£25 in petrol + about £20 in parking and from the reviews I have seen in this thread it doesn't sound the greatest of days out!
#28
we had freeb tickets last year but I won't go again in a hurry. It's just turned into a big maket with them selling tat (and completely un home related stuff like face creams!). We only spent about 2 hours there (and that was with going into the show homes). The best bit last year was being able to try out the Wii which we then bought (although they didn't have any to buy there!!!!!)
#29
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