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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Alonzo, May 5, 2004.

  1. Alonzo
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    Hi,
    I'm about to purchase 2 tickets for this show on the 26th of this month.
    Its classed as a business day...So does this mean you have to have a specific business to gain entry/be able to buy tickets or once you have the tickets your fine?
    The reason i ask is on the payment details it has COMPANY & VAT Number?
    Any help would be great!!
    Thanks
    Danny
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    just means that its the quiet days and not offical so you will find loads of press peeps there but not alot of public..

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  3. Alonzo
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    Cheers mate.
    Not many peeps about and loads of sexy cars sounds too good to be true!! Just bought 2 tickets which will be posted to me earlier to the event....
    It says for an extra tenner you can drive cars on/off road...Micra's or sports cars?
    Can't honestly see decent cars for a tenner !
    Cheers Danny
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    You can! I got a free ticket for all of this in the Optimax Top Trump cards.

    Shame it wasn't the £100k sports car though...
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    is it definate?

    i was about to book some tickets for the trade day,but when they asked for vat numbers etc,i was put off.....but there again,whats the worse they can do?

    anybody done this before?
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