Tickets half price if bought today; three for two until the end of Feb
31 January 2008

Today is the day to reserve your place at one of this summer’s must-sees: the London motor show. Tickets for the biennial British show officially go on sale tomorrow, but if you buy yours today (either at or by calling 0871 230 5588) you can get two tickets for the price of one. Quote “BIMS31” to access the offer.If you miss out on that deal, Autocar readers can get three tickets for the price of two until the end of February. That offer’s available both on general admission tickets and on tickets to the Motor Theatre. Quote “Autocar” when you buy to access it.The main attractions expected to be at Docklands’ ExCel centre from July 23 are Ford’s Focus RS concept, Ferrari’s new ‘F149’, Vauxhall’s Insignia, the Lotus Eagle – potentially even Saab’s preview concept car for its 9-1. That’s quite a lot of new metal to be able to cast your eye over for just a fiver, we think you’ll agree.

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