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2 For 1 Tickets @ The Highlight

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago / expired 28 Feb 1128 February 2011
Instructions:Enter code 241FEB online at The Highlight in the 'offer code' box. You can also get the offer by quoting the code over the phone (call 0844 844 0044, £1.50 booking fee applies).

It's valid at all 10 Highlight Comedy Clubs nationwide. There's a £1 booking fee per person and the discount won't show up until you click 'next step' after selecting how many tickets you want.

http://www.thehighlight.co.uk/home/buy-tickets

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago / expired 28 Feb 1128 February 2011
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#1
very cold

dur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up



Edited By: royals on Feb 02, 2011 00:36
#2
royals
very cold

dur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up




did you read the bit that said discount won't show up until you click 'next step' after selecting how many tickets you want ?

Are you saying £25 for 8 tickets - that seems a pretty good price - or do you mean each oO
#3
£25 for £8 tickets plus £1 per ticket booking, total £33 so just over £4 ticket.

works - went there to the reading one on my bday and a saturday too

here - "dont miss out"
http://www.thehighlight.co.uk/home/buy-tickets



Edited By: royals on Feb 02, 2011 00:52
#4
royals
£25 for £8 tickets plus £1 per ticket booking, total £33 so just over £4 ticket.

works - went there to the reading one on my bday and a saturday too



So thats 2 for 1 - just wondered why you said it was 'very cold' oO
#5
lucerysmum
royals
£25 for £8 tickets plus £1 per ticket booking, total £33 so just over £4 ticket.works - went there to the reading one on my bday and a saturday too
So thats 2 for 1 - just wondered why you said it was 'very cold' oO

no its not!!!!

tickets at my local one in reading are £14 or £17 each

even at £14 thats

4 x £14 = £56 plus £8 booking fee = £64

how is that the same as £33?
#6
royals
very cold

dur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up




i thought it was good too - but the top of your post says 'very cold' just wondered why you thought it was cold - i tohught it was a great deal thats all
#7
I recently booked tickets for a saturday in March via....
http://www.lastminute.com/site/entertainment/daysout/event-product.html?eventID=520612144-1&catID=105484
If the link doesn't work its http://www.lastminute.com and click - going out - comedy
It worked out slightly cheaper than Highlights 2 for 1. probably because Last minute charge 70p per ticket booking fee and not £1
#8
lucerysmum
royals
very colddur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up
i thought it was good too - but the top of your post says 'very cold' just wondered why you thought it was cold - i tohught it was a great deal thats all

jes, i give up!!

its because there are much better deals.

buy one get one free means tickets at reading for example are £7 (usually £14) or £8.75 (usually £17.50) each plus £1 booking fee - so thats £8 or £9.75 per ticket.

EIGHT tickets can be bought for £25 plus £1 booking fee per ticket and can be booked at ANYTIME so they are just over £4.12 a ticket.

£4.12 is less than £8 or £9.75

even my 5 year old daughter understands this.

did you go to school, this is simple maths, the sort of calculations i could work out without a calculator when i was 6-7 years old


in dummy terms, its near buy one get THREE free

Edited By: royals on Feb 02, 2011 12:37
#9
royals
lucerysmum
royals
very colddur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up
i thought it was good too - but the top of your post says 'very cold' just wondered why you thought it was cold - i tohught it was a great deal thats all


jes, i give up!!

its because there are much better deals.

buy one get one free means tickets at reading for example are £7 (usually £14) or £8.75 (usually £17.50) each plus £1 booking fee - so thats £8 or £9.75 per ticket.

EIGHT tickets can be bought for £25 plus £1 booking fee per ticket and can be booked at ANYTIME so they are just over £4.12 a ticket.

£4.12 is less than £8 or £9.75

even my 5 year old daughter understands this.

did you go to school, this is simple maths, the sort of calculations i could work out without a calculator when i was 6-7 years old


but the tickets aren't £14 - if you look at the site they start at £6, i've just checked again and there are a fair few at £6 and £7 - so that means it works out £3 or £4 a ticket surely ?

ps. i can do maths thanks - i thought the site was to help each other not be critical oO
#10
lucerysmum
royals
lucerysmum
royals
very colddur!! its 8 tickets for £25 +booking fee £1 per ticket if you sign up
i thought it was good too - but the top of your post says 'very cold' just wondered why you thought it was cold - i tohught it was a great deal thats all
jes, i give up!!its because there are much better deals.buy one get one free means tickets at reading for example are £7 (usually £14) or £8.75 (usually £17.50) each plus £1 booking fee - so thats £8 or £9.75 per ticket.EIGHT tickets can be bought for £25 plus £1 booking fee per ticket and can be booked at ANYTIME so they are just over £4.12 a ticket.£4.12 is less than £8 or £9.75even my 5 year old daughter understands this.did you go to school, this is simple maths, the sort of calculations i could work out without a calculator when i was 6-7 years old
but the tickets aren't £14 - if you look at the site they start at £6, i've just checked again and there are a fair few at £6 and £7 - so that means it works out £3 or £4 a ticket surely ?ps. i can do maths thanks - i thought the site was to help each other not be critical oO

ok fine, they arent at my local and most places in fact...clutching at straws are we

Edited By: royals on Feb 09, 2011 21:53

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