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Reader offer: Claim a pair of free Ideal Home show tickets

PUBLISHED: 11:39 30 January 2014 | UPDATED: 11:40 30 January 2014

Ideal Homes Show

Ideal Homes Show

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We have 500 pairs of weekday tickets to be claimed for the Ideal Home Show at London’s Earls Court in March and they must be claimed by midnight on Sunday 9 February.

For over 100 years the Ideal Home Show has been helping to transform British Homes and Evening News readers have the chance to visit the show for free with our exclusive ticket give away.

From March 14 -30 the Show will bring together more than 600 quality exhibitors from all over the UK to offer a unique shopping experience for all areas of the home, including ideal Interiors, ideal Home Improvements, ideal Gardens, ideal Technology, ideal Food & Housewares, ideal Shopping and ideal Woman.

Plus see the iconic Show Homes, get hints and tips from celebrity and industry experts and discover 1000s of products you won’t find on the high street. You’ll get the chance to see the Show’s ambassadors: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Gregg Wallace, George Clarke, Diarmuid Gavin, Melinda Messenger and Suzi Perry in the jam packed theatre programme, plus money-saving expert Martin Lewis.

There’s no catch or money to pay. See the Evening News on Saturday 1 February or Monday 3 February for instructions on how to claim, your unique reference code, and full terms and conditions.


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