Good Food Show Birmingham Nov/Dec 2012

HI, I want to buy myself and a mate a ticket - in the past I have purchased tickets and then later found out that I could have got a deal with the train fare. However, a Google search shows no such deals. :( We live in Wellingborough and usually go by train from Northampton. Ideas for cheapest way to visit this year please? x:beer:


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  • No idea on if it's the cheapest deal but for 20% off ticket prices use this code: GFSM20
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    It's worth keeping an eye on groupon type sites as I recall last year they did do a groupon or may of been living social or KGB deal? Having said that they may not run a deal again so don't miss out waiting!

    Also the slightly slower routed trains like London Midland have good advance tickets for the route you need - often out 12 weeks in advance?

    If you go on the Weekdays I think it's cheaper?

    The 20% off code posted is good:)
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    Numbers where down massively this summer and they used groupon so would think they would use them again though they did have entry time restrictions.
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