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  • Free audience tickets to GBBO: An Extra Slice

    Free audience tickets to GBBO: An Extra Slice

    Register online for spin-off show. Limited spaces

    The Great British Bake Off is now in full swing, and although there's no opportunity to enter the 'tent of dreams', you can get free tickets to the spin-off show 'An Extra Slice' until Sun 9 Oct.

    The firm that distributes the tickets, SRO Audiences, told us the studio holds 300 people and the show records every Sunday at The ITV London Studios on the South Bank, London.

    How do I get tickets?

    Go to the SRO Audiences website and click on 'Current Shows'. Scroll down to An Extra Slice and click 'Tickets & Info', which will take you to the application page.

    Successful applicants are chosen randomly and if you've been selected, your tickets will be emailed to you. 

    Am I guaranteed to get in?

    Even with a ticket, you are not guaranteed entry to the 'An Extra Slice' studio as extra tickets are given out to account for no-shows to prevent empty seats.

    This means it's important to arrive well ahead of the 'arrive by' time that's written on your ticket. SRO Audiences told us this is a 'longer than average' recording, which starts at 3.15pm and could last until 8.30pm. These shows are extremely popular, so even arriving early may not guarantee a seat. Our best advice is to get there an hour or so early, and be prepared to queue. You may be asked for your ID instead of your actual ticket, so make sure to bring both with you.

    SRO Audiences told us that if you're turned away, an organiser will take your details and arrange for you to have 'priority tickets' to another recording. A priority tickets entitles you to enter the studio first, so you should be guaranteed to get in.