Ideal Home Show Glasgow tickets

davidscot
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We are thinking of going to the Ideal Home Show in Glasgow SECC on Saturday. Had a look at their website and its £12 each for entry tickets, decided to look at eBay see if there were any going there and we can get 2 tickets for £5 for that day. Question is, has anybody else used this method of buying these tickets? Do they just email you a link to print off the tickets? Just wondering here because as usual if something looks too good to be true then it usually is, isn't it. Any help from previous users of this method appreciated.

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  • Big_Graeme
    Big_Graeme Posts: 3,220 Forumite
    eBay is fine if you are careful, a word to the wise, keep your eye on this site about 6 weeks before the event and you can pick up freebies, someone my have some spares if you ask nicely.
  • davidscot
    davidscot Posts: 597
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    Cheers for the info, the tickets via eBay do look the real deal but as I said if it looks to good to be true well....
    This is kind of last minute decision to go to the Ideal Home show so missed out on any freebies but if anyone has any spare then I would gladly take them but time is running out as we want to go on Saturday.
  • Big_Graeme
    Big_Graeme Posts: 3,220 Forumite
    Ah I have a pair for Monday going spare if anyone can use them.
  • davidscot
    davidscot Posts: 597
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    Thanks for the offer but Saturday is the only day we can make it, cheers anyway.
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