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London's Telegraph Ski Show ... re-branded

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swskier wrote:
Might pop down to London for a day for this, is it worth the trek from the Bristol area? Haven't been before.

Any promo codes for discount anyone knows of?


Depends what you want out of it, we've been the prior two years. I used it to talk to ski areas/operators I might not otherwise. Not much in the way of gear I thought, more heading the way of entertainment, the slope , the food stalls, ice skating etc. It can be a cheapish day out for London. We did use the one hour free on the Hemel slope last year (not sure if they are offering that this year again) .

I believe some people have got free tix from shops/TOs. They will run offers - early bird and emailed offers depending on when they need to boost ticket sales, get on their mailing list.

Having said all that, we wont be going this year, just nothing enough to really pull you along. And I wouldnt go if I had to come far, we are in London anyway.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I called the snow centre today to find out if they will be giving out free lift passes this year, the operator on the phone believed they would be, but was not 100% sure.
But the snow centre is advertised on the ski show website as a sponsor, so I would assume this would be the case.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@swskier, nothing is worth going to London for!
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@swskier, You can get free tickets with a free trial telegraph subscription. I've done this twice now.
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@musehead, can you confirm if this worked this year? The trusted code of previous years is no longer working.
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Taking a look around the Telegraph website and no obvious sign of any deal...
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Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Appears not, there's a 10% code, but that's limited to the first 200, which would indicate no freebies (so far)
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
That was the case last year when browsing the site as a non-subscriber there was no evidence of any promotion for the show though subscribers were offered complimentary tickets.
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One thing I did notice is the family ticket only allows for children under 10 this year (last year a child was up to 16). That’s a sneaky change and bit poor and would put me off, (not that we are going anyway this year).
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Groupon offering reduced tickets.
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Groupon offering reduced tickets.
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