A-ha Electric Summer tour more than 50% off £24 for one (1) general admission ticket
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A-ha Electric Summer tour more than 50% off £24 for one (1) general admission ticket

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Found 29th May
The Deal

One general admission or gold ticket to see a-ha
When and where: 17 June at the Darlington Mowden Park Rugby Club
Door time: 4 p.m. in Yeovil, Cambridge, Blackpool and Darlington | 6 p.m. in Canterbury and Doncaster
Ticketing Options:

£24 for one (1) general admission ticket (up to 47% off)
£29 for one (1) gold ticket (up to 55% off)
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25 Comments
The greatest band ever.
Please provide a link for this.
Take on me, take me on!!
No deal on that link, just usual ticket master prices.
Groupon did have them cheap.
bren268 m ago

The greatest band ever.


you are kidding right?
chasolo42 s ago

you are kidding right?



Hopefully was tongue in cheek lol
Well i can't find these half price tickets.
Full price tickets on this link unless you have a discount code???
I'm off to see them on the 10th at Cambridge - actually really looking forward to it.
No, they aren't the greatest band ever, but it'll be good I'm sure.
I'm off to Blackpool , seen them a few times they are excellent. OMD supporting as well should be good. Can't see a deal though.
Went to their "last ever" UK gig at Wembley a few years ago. So not quite the last?
Guessing most kids are too young to remember this lot hence the 50% discount. Great music though.
Is Alan Partridge going?
Updated with link. Sorry!
silva215 h, 3 m ago

Full price tickets on this link unless you have a discount code???


Done. Sorry.
Worth it to see OMD alone. Anyone know what the gold ticket gets you?
Stand right at the front.
OMD are excellent live and have at least an hours set.
Be grateful for some advice. Never used Groupon before but would like to get a couple of tickets...the 'Fine Print' states;

Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 24 additional as gifts.

I want to take my 14 year old daughter along as she quite likes them, am I able to buy 2? One for myself and the other as a 'Gift' for my daughter...How does that work?

I did go so far through the checkout process, selected 2 tickets, payment was to be Paypal, screen shows a tick box saying

'Give as a Gift' and 'Make this item a gift' I didn't tick it, next option was to continue to Paypal but I didn't want to pay only to discover I wouldn't be able to get 2 tickets.

If anybody has 'purchased' two tickets, i.e. one for themselves and A N Other - how did you go about that? I noticed when I did check the 'Give as a Gift' box, a pop up box appeared asking for the 'Gift' recipients details. Is that how I would have to get another ticket for my daughter? I just pay for 2 but only receive one and the 'Gift' recipient gets their directly?

Any problems with her being only 14 even though she would be going with me?

Appreciate any advice from the HUKD community please...sorry for the long winded question! The answer I suspect is probably easy and obvious to anyone who's been here before
sabresonic43 m ago

Be grateful for some advice. Never used Groupon before but would like to …Be grateful for some advice. Never used Groupon before but would like to get a couple of tickets...the 'Fine Print' states;Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 24 additional as gifts. I want to take my 14 year old daughter along as she quite likes them, am I able to buy 2? One for myself and the other as a 'Gift' for my daughter...How does that work?I did go so far through the checkout process, selected 2 tickets, payment was to be Paypal, screen shows a tick box saying 'Give as a Gift' and 'Make this item a gift' I didn't tick it, next option was to continue to Paypal but I didn't want to pay only to discover I wouldn't be able to get 2 tickets.If anybody has 'purchased' two tickets, i.e. one for themselves and A N Other - how did you go about that? I noticed when I did check the 'Give as a Gift' box, a pop up box appeared asking for the 'Gift' recipients details. Is that how I would have to get another ticket for my daughter? I just pay for 2 but only receive one and the 'Gift' recipient gets their directly? Any problems with her being only 14 even though she would be going with me?Appreciate any advice from the HUKD community please...sorry for the long winded question! The answer I suspect is probably easy and obvious to anyone who's been here before



I was equally confused. I bought one for myself, then as a separate order I bought two more as gifts, but there was option to send them to myself so I did that anyway. The tickets are identical aside from two of them say x bought you this for gift. I'm pretty sure that if it allows you to purchase them you can use them.

I'd suggest doing it in two separate orders to keep it simple. One order in which you buy it for yourself, and the second as a gift. You shouldn't have any problems.
ihaveaquestion15 h, 11 m ago

I was equally confused. I bought one for myself, then as a separate order …I was equally confused. I bought one for myself, then as a separate order I bought two more as gifts, but there was option to send them to myself so I did that anyway. The tickets are identical aside from two of them say x bought you this for gift. I'm pretty sure that if it allows you to purchase them you can use them.I'd suggest doing it in two separate orders to keep it simple. One order in which you buy it for yourself, and the second as a gift. You shouldn't have any problems.


Much appreciated, somewhat pleased also to know that someone else didn't think it was entirely clear
Today only. Download the free Groupon App and get an Extra 18% off Local deals. Enter the code below to get your discount!Code: APPSALE Ends Midnight! I got £5.22 discount off a gold ticket.
Didn’t work for me.
Username509 h, 42 m ago

Didn’t work for me.


Sorry to hear that. Did you try through the app?

I'm very pleased with my purchase, especially as Ticketmaster are charging £72.80 plus £2.75 delivery for these, so that's a £51.77 saving. Thanks for the heads up OP.
They're doing it again, but this time is 20% off.

Download the free Groupon app and enjoy discovering amazing Local deals: restaurants, spas, activities and much more.

Pick your fave and enter code: EASYAPP, for an extra 20% off. App sale valid exclusively on the Groupon App until midnight.

Code: EASYAPPEnds Midnight!
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