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Win an ATG Theatre Card Gold

ATG - Win an ATG Theatre Card Gold

Competition Ends: 29/01/2017

This offer has expired.

Ever wanted to become a theatre VIP? We are giving away an exclusive ATG Theatre Card Gold.
 
The ATG Theatre Card Gold is one of the top membership cards in all of theatre. Receive privileged access to opening night offers, priority booking and ticket deals on the biggest shows in London and around the UK – all free for one lucky winner!
 
Benefits include:
  • Up to 50%-off ticket discounts
  • Priority booking
  • Booking and transaction fees removed
  • Free ticket exchange
  • 10% off drinks at the bar
  • Exclusive events and nearby offers at partner restaurants and attractions
  • 2 house programme vouchers
 
The winner will also receive 6 passes into ATG’s special Ambassador Lounge – a VIP parlour with a dedicated host, a glass of Prosecco on arrival, and private cloakroom and washroom facilities. With 24 luxury Ambassador Lounges across the country, you won’t miss out wherever you are!
 
Win an ATG Theatre Gold Card and enjoy the theatre in style this year! For more information on the card, see online.

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Terms and conditions:

1. Culture Calling reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
2. If you are the lucky winner we will notify you via the e-mail address supplied shortly after the competition end date.
3. The prize will not be transferable to another person.
4. No part of a prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.
5. ATG Theatre Card benefits are subject to availability. Members can purchase up to 4 discounted tickets per production and up to 4 discounted drinks in one purchase at any UK ATG venue. Additional fees may apply on selected music, comedy, and named events. ATG reserves the right to withdraw benefits or related offers and without notice.

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