London New Year's Eve Fireworks 2017 - Tickets cost £10
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London New Year's Eve Fireworks 2017 - Tickets cost £10

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Found 22nd Sep 2017
London New Year’s Eve Fireworks tickets sale will start on 29 September.
Received the notification today, worth watching at least once in a life time :P, for me it will second time though
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What do you expect from a crafty government, they first claimed it's for security reason why it's ticketed and watch the fees going to be rising year after year. Surely the ones they claimed to protect the public from can afford the £10 to still get there
Free fireworks in Blackpool tonight from North Pier!
masliya18 m ago

What do you expect from a crafty government, they first claimed it's for …What do you expect from a crafty government, they first claimed it's for security reason why it's ticketed and watch the fees going to be rising year after year. Surely the ones they claimed to protect the public from can afford the £10 to still get there

I thought it was for the clean up after it's all finished?
£10 to look upwards.
adhkarzf51 m ago

I thought it was for the clean up after it's all finished?

The reason was, that by ticketing it for a limited number of people (2000 people) they can control the crowd in and out! There was no talks about even charging those 2000 as long as they enrolled and got their ticket early on! I give it a big possibility the fees will be doubled in less than two years oh and plus vat!
masliya1 h, 13 m ago

What do you expect from a crafty government, they first claimed it's for …What do you expect from a crafty government, they first claimed it's for security reason why it's ticketed and watch the fees going to be rising year after year. Surely the ones they claimed to protect the public from can afford the £10 to still get there


Mr Kahn is mayor of London now, it is he who can decide not to implement the charge but he hasn't.
Not sure why people moan - If you don't want to pay £10, then don't go - Believe it or not, you have a choice !!!
Not a bad show for a tenner, and a great atmosphere. We went the last year that it was free, wouldn't mind spending to see them.
The only thing that puts me off is having to queue or stand about in the cold for several hours waiting. Especially if you have young children.
Meluk917 h, 48 m ago

The only thing that puts me off is having to queue or stand about in the …The only thing that puts me off is having to queue or stand about in the cold for several hours waiting. Especially if you have young children.


Yea, that was a bit difficult. My youngest was 7 at the time and he struggled a bit - and they were pretty much invisible to other people. Walking into the tube station afterwards I had to really shield them from people walking past with cigarettes, totally oblivious to the fact they were there. I'd definitely go again, but wait till the kids are a little bigger.
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