The Eisteddfod is running an early-bird promotion that sounds like a great deal. They’re selling a ‘limited’ number of tickets starting this Wednesday, April 23rd, at prices as low as 10 pounds for an individual, 20 pounds for a family.
No! Sheesh, people have been moaning enough about the blueys, which can be ‘unpinned’ by anyone at any time…
Stuff like this is an interesting case for the huge range of new stuff we’ve got to do, including a much better way to deal with events/dates/etc. This is probably a particularly good fit for the email, which we’ll be working on flagging up for Dee in better ways…
Oh, how I wish I could go !!! It’s quite a trip, though, from the U.S. I’ve finally convinced my husband that Wales is a great place to live, so now all I have to do is find housing/work, etc., and hopefully we’ll see you at Eisteddfod next year !!
You’re very welcome, Grunt! My memory from a couple years ago is that day tickets to the Maes (aka the main Eisteddfod grounds) were almost twice this price, so it’s a great deal for those who can commit now.
I asked them on Facebook and got: “Y tocynnau £10 yw’r bargeinion cynharaf. Unwaith y bydd y rheini wedi gwerthu allan bydd y pris yn codi i £15. Mae’r tocynnau union yr un fath.”. Which raises the question: why are they both appearing at the same time then?!
thanks Diana for this I’ve bought tickets today so saved money. Hope there might be SSIW party/get together on one of the days I purchased tickets for. If anyone is going Sun Mon and Wed pvt me if you want to meet up, cheers
Simon Walton - I asked them on Facebook and got: “Y tocynnau £10 yw’r bargeinion cynharaf. Unwaith y bydd y rheini wedi gwerthu allan bydd y pris yn codi i £15. Mae’r tocynnau union yr un fath.”.
Just to translate in hopes of encouraging everyone who can to visit the Steddfod: ‘The 10-pound tickets are the early-bird bargain. Once those have sold out the price will rise to 15 pounds. The tickets are exactly the same.’