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Save 15%* on tickets to the BBC Good Food Show Winter when you quote NEC15
The BBC Good Food Show Winter is all about those warming flavours and tasty treats that make winter every foodie’s favourite time of year. A day at the Show is the best way to be inspired for a delicious festive season ahead, whether it’s watching top chefs and experts including Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood, Tom Kerridge or James Martin create their ultimate festive treats live on stage, or through picking up fail-safe top tips to make sure Christmas dinner goes to plan. Plus you can stock up on all the treats and tipples you’ll need to see you through the winter.
You can save 15%* on tickets when you quote NEC15 when booking. That’s just £21 for a Super ticket which includes a seat† in the Supertheatre to see your favourite chef cooking live on stage.
Great shopping, tempting tastes, fantastic entertainment, bundles of inspiration and a very big helping of festive spirit – it’s the tastiest way to get warmed up for the season ahead!
*15% off valid on advance Adult and Over 65s tickets only (excluding VIP). Offer expires midnight 29.11.15. £21 is based on a discounted advance Adult Super ticket, Thurs, Fri & Sunday, saving £3.75 (Sat discounted tickets cost £21.85, saving £3.90). †Standard Supertheatre seat included with all advance Super tickets, subject to availability. Upgrade to Gold seat for £3 extra. 15% discount also available on Value tickets which exclude Supertheatre, entry from 11am only. Prices include all admin and transactional fees. Not all celebrities appear on all days, check the website for details. Not valid with any other offer.
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