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  • Free £12 Spin Cycling Festival tickets

    Free £12 Spin Cycling Festival tickets

    At Olympia London (12 - 14 May)

    If you go via our Spin - The Cycling Festival link - the code MSESPIN should be automatically applied – you can get a free pair of tickets to the event at Olympia London (Fri 12 May - Sun 14 May). 

    Tickets get you entry to one day only, so you'll need to choose which day you'd like to go. Tickets can be used for adults (norm £11.50, including booking fee) or teens (13-17-year-olds, norm £6.50) or under-12s (usually free). 

    These tickets are completely free, so if you're asked to enter your card details, go back and try again.

    Tickets will be available until 11.59pm on Sun 30 Apr, or until all 1,000 pairs of tickets have gone, whichever's soonest - so get on your bike if it’s something you’re interested in.

    Ticket breakdown

    • Fri 12 May - 375 pairs of tickets
    • Sat 13 May - 250 pairs of tickets
    • Sun 14 May - 375 pairs of tickets

    Your tickets will be sent via email, and you'll need to print them off and show them at the door. 

    The event is on between 1pm and 8pm on Fri 12 May, and between 10am and 5pm on Sat 13 May and Sun 14 May. 

    What is Spin?

    Spin - The Cycling Festival will feature over 150 cycling brands. Plus, there will be talks and Q&A sessions, cycling artwork and installations, coffee masterclasses, craft beer, street food, live music and DJ sets.

  • Free £10 Midlands Food & Drink Festival tix

    Free £10 Midlands Food & Drink Festival tix

    Plus free entry to The Pet Show. Warwickshire (23-24 Jul)

    We've 5,000 free tickets to give away for entry to The Midlands Food and Drink Festival (Sat 23 Jul - Sun 24 Jul). Better still, the tickets will also get you free entry to The Pet Show at the same venue over the same weekend.

    How to get tickets

    • Go online to The Midlands Food and Drink Festival, choose tickets for Sat 23 Jul or Sun 24 Jul, and click 'Get tickets'. Tickets are one-day only.
    • Enter the MSE Blagged code MSE2016 link and click 'Go'.
    • Choose up to two tickets from the 'Special Offer (MSE2016)' option and click 'Add to basket'.
    • You'll then be a taken through a few different pages to confirm your order, and you'll need to sign in or register for an account for The Ticket Factory. 
    • At the final confirmation page, choose the free 'Email - print at home' option.

    If at any point you're asked to enter your card details, go back and enter the code again - there is nothing to pay for these tickets. 

    The offer ends at 11.59pm on Fri 22 Jul, or when all 5,000 tickets have gone, whichever's first. Your tickets will be sent via email, and you'll need to print them or show them on your smartphone. Both events are on between 10am and 5pm on both days.

    How much will I save?

    The tickets can be used for adult or child entry. They usually cost £10-£12 for adult tickets and £5-£6 for child tickets (six to 17-year-olds), depending on whether you buy them in advance or on the day. Under-5s go free - select their tickets when you select your free tickets.

    What is The Midlands Food and Drink festival?

    The Midlands Food and Drink festival will showcase local and international food and include workshops, talks, demonstrations plus a meet-and-greet with Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain (pictured). Plus, there'll be live music, beer/wine stalls and street food.

     

    Michaela StrachanWhat is The Pet Show?

    The Pet Show has spaces dedicated to dogs, cats, birds of prey, horses and more. There'll be camel racing, dog displays and celebrity guests including wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan (pictured).