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I'll be going but the code only gets a quid or so off so it's no biggie

 

Especially when a sandwich costs £100 and a pint is £250

 

I got in a mood last year as cars were selling for astronomical amounts - so I'll be avoiding the auction area this year just to keep my spirits up.  Last year I felt poor !

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I'm Sat for definite, possibly Fri too, although not looking likely at this point. 

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Has anyone got a discount code for tickets. Neither of the car clubs I'm with are attending so no codes.

 

If anyone is willing to share openly or PM me one that would be greatly appreciated.

Found the code CSCMS15 from a 2015 forum post but it didn't work. However CSCMS17 seems to work and gave 2 quid off a ticket...

 

Not sure which club discount it's for though!

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This maybe helpful to some. Has codes for family ticket discounts too.

 

https://www.boundless.co.uk/events/interest-group-events/classic-vehicle-group-events/lancaster-insurance-classic-motor-show

 

Price

 

Single £21.50* Quote Code CSCMS17

Family £48.00* Quote Code CFCMS17

 

Call 0871 230 1088*

 

Book direct at: www.necclassicmotorshow.com

 

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My tickets are booked and confirmed for Sunday and going with the FiL.

 

Anyone know of stands worth viewing or taking a look at as a priority?

Hard to say. I find the entire show rather joyous. It's tricky to get round it all in a day. Mind you, that's probably because I spend so much time chatting to folk...

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Shame, i love it. Hope to go this year again.

 

 

Too expensive, too crowded, too manic, appalling lighting. I like the autojumble but haven't been able to spend any time there for three years on the trot. 

 

I'd rather be in my garage making the Subaru work. 

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Too expensive, too crowded, too manic, appalling lighting. I like the autojumble but haven't been able to spend any time there for three years on the trot. 

 

I'd rather be in my garage making the Subaru work. 

I agree with the lights, had a splitting headache after coming out, was fun driving the 300 odd miles home.

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