Free tickets for HFP readers to The Luxury Travel Fair

The Luxury Travel Fair takes place at Olympia in London again this year, running from 7th to 10th November. Full details here.

To be frank, this is not the greatest travel show you will ever visit. I was even told that it was going to scrapped after the 2011 event, but it seems to be fighting on.

Last year they brought back free access for LTF visitors to the ‘Spirit of Christmas’ show which runs at the same time in the other side of Olympia. In 2011 they did not allow this, in 2010 they did. I am guessing that it will NOT happen in 2012, since they are selling a joint ticket to both events this year.

Luxury Travel Fair

That said …. if you can get your tickets for nothing with our discount code, instead of the usual (and laughable) £14.50 for an adult (£15.50 on the door!), it is a decent way to pass an hour on a cold November day!

Go here to book your tickets and enter promotional code LT4E. You will be able to book 1 or 2 tickets for free, subject to a £2.10 handling and postage fee per ticket. The deadline for claiming your free ticket is September 11th.

Here is my review of the event last year.

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Comments

  1. Raffles, have you been to the World Travel Market?
    Seems way more interesting, and runs at the same time

    • http://www.wtmlondon.com/
      Sorry, forgot the link

    • Yes I have, but WTM is a different sort of show – mainly one where foreign countries take stands to promote themselves to travel agents.

      Interesting to note that Business Travel Market – which was due to co-locate with WTM this year – has been scrapped. I probably therefore won’t be down at WTM. For a start, it attracts a huge number of travel (as opposed to miles) bloggers who are there to blag free trips, and I don’t want to be confused with that crowd!