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Diiscounted tickets for BBC Good Food Show Scotland, London and Birmingham
Diiscounted tickets for BBC Good Food Show Scotland, London and Birmingham

Diiscounted tickets for BBC Good Food Show Scotland, London and Birmingham

Discounted tickets for :-

BBC Good Food Show Scotland - 31 Oct - 02 Nov - SECC Glasgow

BBC Good Food Show London - 14-16 Nov - London Olympia

BBC Good Food Show Birmingham - 26-30 Nov - NEC Birmingham

Quote GFS code on online booking form or call 0870 040 0403.

Disounts seem to work out about £2 - £3 per ticket. or for VIP Tickets £5 . Also booking fee seems to be removed when using this code which saves another £1.50 or so.

8 Comments

Should this not be free as we have funded them entirely with our TV tax already?

Is Jonathon Ross really worth the TV tax of an entire town the size of Stafford, Wrexham, or Dundee?

Is it right that the chairman of the bank respsonsible for the most illegal bank charges - should also be a director of the BBC?

If the BBC is meant to represent the UK as a whole - could a single mother on benefits afford a ticket here?

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The BBC should join the real world - and secure its own funding entirely through advertising or evens like this - and not keep trying to milk more money from us when we had no option but pay in the first instance.

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ibiza;2404528

Should this not be free as we have funded them entirely with our TV tax … Should this not be free as we have funded them entirely with our TV tax already?Is Jonathon Ross really worth the TV tax of an entire town the size of Stafford, Wrexham, or Dundee?Is it right that the chairman of the bank respsonsible for the most illegal bank charges - should also be a director of the BBC?If the BBC is meant to represent the UK as a whole - could a single mother on benefits afford a ticket here?COLDOLDLDThe BBC should join the real world - and secure its own funding entirely through advertising or evens like this - and not keep trying to milk more money from us when we had no option but pay in the first instance.



Well - thanks a bunch! Wish I hadn't bothered sharing this. :x Thousands of people go along to these shows and thoroughly enjoy them. I thought I might save people a few £££'s if they were going anyway. Have only been to the one in Scotland and thoroughly enjoyed itand will go again this year. ... Hope somebody out there appreciates the deal and goes along

Nice one! Heat Added

ibiza;2404528

Should this not be free as we have funded them entirely with our TV tax … Should this not be free as we have funded them entirely with our TV tax already?Is Jonathon Ross really worth the TV tax of an entire town the size of Stafford, Wrexham, or Dundee?Is it right that the chairman of the bank respsonsible for the most illegal bank charges - should also be a director of the BBC?If the BBC is meant to represent the UK as a whole - could a single mother on benefits afford a ticket here?COLDOLDLDDThe BBC should join the real world - and secure its own funding entirely through advertising or evens like this - and not keep trying to milk more money from us when we had no option but pay in the first instance.



To be fair though, this isn't strictly a BBC event. I'm not sure why their name comes into it or how they're involved in the events (although, I'd guess that they're subsidising them in exchange for TV rights), but the event itself seems to be the work of Haymarket Publishing, an independant company that produces the Good Food magazine, along with various other sponsorship-heavy rags like What Hi-Fi.

Although, looking at the site, it seems that the event is sponsored by Sainsbury's, and is largely a publicity event for the magazine. I'm not sure how this doesn't constitute commercial advertising.

Yes, this event would not be financed out of licence fees. As far as I am aware, the involvement would be through BBC Enterprises which is a proft making arm which deals in DVD sales, sales to foreign TV stations and magazines such as the Radio Times. So rest easy, you're not paying for this one!

ibiza;2404528

If the BBC is meant to represent the UK as a whole - could a single … If the BBC is meant to represent the UK as a whole - could a single mother on benefits afford a ticket here?



A single mother on benefits is better off than other sections of society. I feel more sorry for the singletons who work all the hours god sends yet still have little to show.

Back to the point, this is still a deal saving people who fancy going money so I say hot. :-D

Heat added! :-D

Mum and partner always watch these cooking programmes, etc, so therefore thats an early Xmas pressie sorted! :-D

Always knew i'd start Xmas shopping early one year! :thumbsup:

Fantastic! Made a a saving of £14 when booking 4 tickts for Glasgow. Thanks!
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