2 tickets to the London Chocolate Festival  £7  Amazon Local Deals... (Was £11.50)
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2 tickets to the London Chocolate Festival £7 Amazon Local Deals... (Was £11.50)

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Found 1st Apr 2014
The ladies won't be able to resist...

Sold by The Chocolate Festival
Buy as many as you like; send as many as you like as gifts
One voucher is valid for admission for two people
Voucher valid for option purchased
No booking required
Customers must present printed voucher on arrival
Valid for two adult tickets to The Chocolate Festival on Friday 11th April between 1pm and 8pm, Saturday 12th April between 9am and 8pm or Sunday 13th April 2014 between 10am and 3pm
Customers can register for a truffle making workshop for an additional £5
This ticket cannot be exchanged, transferred or resold for commercial gain
For disabled access information please call 020 7359 3535
Entire redeemable value of the voucher must be used in a single visit
Amazon Local will refund your voucher within 24 hours of purchase for any reason. Amazon Local will also refund the voucher if the event is cancelled or rescheduled. No refunds are available after the event has passed
The deal is valid only for tickets on the dates and times of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates or times. Learn More
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16 Comments

What do you get for your money? As it's a free festival

that's exactly what i was thinking....it's free

General admission is usually £5.75 per ticket.

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I went to the brighton one this weekend, basicly the £5 of vouchers are things like £1 of if you buy 6 packs, or 20% of if you buy 2 eater eggs at £20 each, things like that.
the diffrence at that show was a panel where a chap explains how to eat the really nice cholate to get the most of it and explinations on how its crafted. And you got a card that gave you a taster sample at about 6-8 brownie stalls so you can vote for your favorite.
If your going to go i would definatly get this ticket, for £1.25 more you get a bit of a taster and the panle did look good. Dont expect to go and eat loads of free choclates though, its very small tasters for expensive good choclate.
Lastly if the chilli choclate stall is there try the chilli brownie!! its hot hot hot!

This is pants.

Remember chocolate makes your clothes shrink (_;)

I can't see any free access mentioned...?

I'm confused, so what does this ticket do? It says free admission

7M33R

I'm confused, so what does this ticket do? It says free admission

I see no mention anywhere of free entry? I want to get tickets but I'm getting confused as to whether I need to now

Edited by: "dreamager" 2nd Apr 2014

dreamager

I see no mention anywhere of free entry? I want to get tickets but I'm … I see no mention anywhere of free entry? I want to get tickets but I'm getting confused as to whether I need to now

on the 1st link posted above it says free admission.
Edited by: "Niecey" 2nd Apr 2014

I've been to this festival twice. It's like a chocolate market, but I didn't pay to enter... I paid to leave (with lots of cookies)

Niecey

on the 1st link posted above it says free admission.


Ah, that's a different event that i just stalls down by the river that happened in winter, I think this deal i for something else

Ok I see, two different festivals. We can blame DonkeyKonk for confusing us :-D

Well if you're going tomorrow or sunday, don't get your hopes up
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