what does the 'concession' thing on the tickets mean?

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what does the 'concession' thing on the tickets mean?

Postby rekolb » October 27th, 2006, 8:27 pm

any ideas?
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Re: what does the 'concession' thing on the tickets mean?

Postby jrc » October 31st, 2006, 12:10 pm

rekolb wrote:any ideas?

Tickets were £20 on the day, we got a £5 concession for buying them in advance.
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Postby Broken Wing » October 31st, 2006, 1:23 pm

Talking to a guy in the Murrayfield before hand and he said that he turns 60 soon so will be able to buy tickets at the concession price of £5. Presume the same is true for kids. Could well be to do with early purchase as well.
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Postby meinster » November 1st, 2006, 12:58 am

Presume it's BW's first explanation .. they offer concession rate on any ticket type (i.e. not restricted to one block/section), so they need to tally ticket counts with sales .. so if you got the concession rate your adult stub was ripped off (and hence would never appear in the stile count).
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