Free pair of tickets-Best of Britain & Ireland 2010, 20/03/2010
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Free pair of tickets-Best of Britain & Ireland 2010, 20/03/2010

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Found 13th Feb 2010
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Free pair of tickets to the Best of Britain & Ireland expo at London's Olympia.

Code- VLd8210


Description as seen on visitlondon.com website:

FREE TICKETS FOR VISIT LONDON SUBSCRIBERS! Visit London are once again exhibiting at Best of Britain & Ireland 2010 from 19-20 March at Londons Olympia. Whether you are planning your family holiday, weekend away, afternoon escape or are just determined to make the most of your annual leave, this exciting event has 350+ exhibitors, 1000s of destinations, attractions and places to stay. You can meet the experts & get the best advice face-to-face. Whatever you are looking for in a holiday inspiring destinations, great accommodation, special rates, plenty to do, photo opportunities, expert local knowledge, hidden gems - Best of Britain & Ireland will tick your boxes! On offer are a limited number of tickets FREE to Visit London subscribers.

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Thanks for the deal... Got my tickets.

No need to register to Visit London.
Use the link -> ]seetickets.com/bes…and and the above Code VLd8210

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raj75;7829390

No need to register to Visit London.Use the link - … No need to register to Visit London.Use the link -> ]www.seetickets.com/bestofbritainandireland and the above Code VLd8210




Thanks!:thumbsup:

Had a great time last year. Thanks for posting and will def be there again. Had been looking out for these and Motoshow, gutted to find out Motoshow is cancelled this year!

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hussaifa;7841745

Had a great time last year. Thanks for posting and will def be there … Had a great time last year. Thanks for posting and will def be there again. Had been looking out for these and Motoshow, gutted to find out Motoshow is cancelled this year!



Excellent to hear! This will be a first for me. Were there any highlights from last year that you can recall?:-D

Starliteprism;7842423

Excellent to hear! This will be a first for me. Were there any highlights … Excellent to hear! This will be a first for me. Were there any highlights from last year that you can recall?:-D



Well I am a freebie hunter but was on a mission to try plan my families holidays for the next few breaks. In the end, missus let me down and so I went myself (less hands to carry stuff home) :x

Did get loads of little freebies (Trolley Pound tokens, Car Tread readers, Keyring measuring tape, lollies, pens, pencils, rulers, balloons, decent cloth shopper bags - got a huge carrier bag worth enough for three kids!

Picked up loads of leaflets - but must admit I did have to dump a few of the heavier ones before leaving the exhibition. I kept the leaflets and ensured I had a web reference to look at when I got home. I must have looked at over 150 places in UK afterwards

As had already booked Easter at IoW and Summer 1/2 term in Cornwall (was held ~29 March 2009) these stands were great!

Was impressed with every stand staff I spoke too - all seemed local to that area and not just spotty teenagers handing out promotional stuff. Got lots of into on Hadrians Wall, Stonehenge & Salisbury Cathedral (Wiltshire stand), IoW guy was a bit boring, but got plenty to plan our break (and did!), Condor Ferries, Penzance, North-East, Butlins(!), Blackpool, Portsmouth are the ones that stick out as they were more forthcoming.

Met Henry the VIII and Spinnaker Tower (got piccie's too!) got a free massage at the end of the day!

Food tasting was very popular with visitors - but as I'm on Halal diet - I popped out 1/2 way through and got a Chicken Burger meal for £2 before returning to resume! I have a few snacks and drinks to get through the day. Kids would have got bored - was not as good as Motorshow in 2008 - but this trip really showed me UK (well England) and helped planned the remainder of the school holiday trips!

Would be worth paying for though I've never paid for any conference yet!
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