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NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby ESSEXV6ESSEX » Mon Nov 05, 2018 6:19 pm

Is it me being tight or does anyone else think the same that ticket prices are a bit ridiculous especially when they charge you a fee for the privilege of booking then the car parking at £12?

Over the years I just think it's got out of hand, by the time you are finished it's about £100 for four hours and thats being conservative.

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby C4PR1 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 6:33 pm

It is an expensive day out I go every other year now, you can save £5.50 on a single adult ticket
by using this code CSCMS18 and on a family ticket you can save £12 by using this code CFCMS18

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby ESSEXV6ESSEX » Mon Nov 05, 2018 6:47 pm

C4PR1 wrote:It is an expensive day out I go every other year now, you can save £5.50 on a single adult ticket
by using this code CSCMS18 and on a family ticket you can save £12 by using this code CFCMS18


Cheers mate, it actually only saves you £5.50 off the on the door price. The actual prices drops by £2 effectively writing off thier booking fee.

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby Lord Flasheart » Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:14 pm

Think the parking fee this year is now £16 so the old chap tells me.

One option is to go to Marston Green station, its cheaper but then you have to factor in the train tickets, might be an option for some

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby andyd » Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:25 pm

Couldn't believe we had to pay to park when we went 4 years ago :o

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby C4PR1 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:29 pm

Lord Flasheart wrote:Think the parking fee this year is now £16 so the old chap tells me


God that's expensive, I think last year it was £12

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby ESSEXV6ESSEX » Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:54 pm

£16... It will soon be worth buying amd old banger and dumping it there.

Right that it, teddies out the pram. Won't be going to be ripped off. To quote a very famous TV show 'I am out'

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby Lord Flasheart » Mon Nov 05, 2018 9:37 pm

Just checked the NEC website, £16 parking on the day, £12 if you pay in advance :banghead: :banghead:

Luckily this year my old man has his car on his club's stand so he gets tickets & a parking pass, its also a good day out for me & the old codger, boys day out ......… but if I had to pay full wack, would I go every year …….. probably not

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby andyd » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:30 pm

I see on Facebook there are some nice Capri's there :D

If anyone goes have a good one and if possible post some pics on here :cheers:

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Re: NEC TICKET PRICES

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:05 pm

andyd wrote:I see on Facebook there are some nice Capri's there :D

If anyone goes have a good one and if possible post some pics on here :cheers:

Sounds good. I think Rob said he's going to this one, so we might get some photos if his phone isn't full.... :D

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