Tickets for the 2011 International Dirt Bike Show are now on sale and for those who like to get organised and get their tickets sorted early there are plenty of great deals on offer when buying in advance.
If ever a reason was needed to book a day’s holiday then a visit to Stoneleigh on Thursday 3rd November could well be it. By purchasing in advance an adult can visit the largest dedicated off-road show in Europe – on the opening day – for just £5 or a family of two adults and two children aged 11-15 years can get in for a bargain price of £20. The discounts aren’t just restricted to advance tickets though as on-the-door admission for ‘Thrifty Thursday’ is set at £7.50 for adults and 11 to 15 year-olds.
A mid-week visit won’t be viable for everyone and so with this in mind the show team has determined that reductions should apply across the ticket range for purchases made via the booking office. Adult tickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday will cost just £10 per adult which represents a saving of £5 and – with the exception of children aged 10 and under who go free – all other age groups can buy advance tickets for just £5.
“We’re conscious of the fact that nowadays everyone is looking to make their money go a little further,” says show organiser Joanne Watson. “We know that the Dirt Bike Show is the type of event where families like to visit and meet up with friends. By raising the age threshold to 10 years for free-of-charge entry and with real savings on advance tickets we’re hoping that a family day out to Stoneleigh will be even more attractive this year. What’s more, if anyone is thinking of organising a group outing, for every 10 tickets bought, the 11th is free.
“We also provide free parking, the souvenir showguide is free and we have a host of new features and activities planned for the 2011 show.”
For more information on admission prices, follow the BUY TICKETS link on www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk to find out how you can make massive savings by purchasing in advance.
*A £1 booking transaction fee will be applied regardless of number of tickets purchased.