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Over-50s can take advantage of a free ticket to Kent’s Championship game against Derbyshire through partnership with Saga Holidays

16 June 2014
by Alex Hoad

Over-50s can take advantage of a free ticket to Kent’s Championship game against Derbyshire on Sunday, thanks to the club’s partnership with Saga Holidays.

In a repeat of a successful promotion from last summer, tickets for the opening day of the LV= County Championship Division 2 clash at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, will be free to those who register via the club website in the run-up to the game.

After filling in an online form and printing off the ticket, supporters can enjoy six hours of red-ball cricket without paying the usual £12 price.

Kent Cricket CEO, Jamie Clifford said: “Saga are one of Kent’s most successful businesses, working with an age group that is very important to the club, when it comes to Championship cricket. 

“We were delighted to have the partnership put in place and look forward to working closely with Saga in future years.”

To access the complimentary tickets visit and click the link to the tickets section.

Under the Derbyshire Championship match enter the promotional code – Saga – into the box and the ticket price for day one will become zero. 

There is no limit on how many offers can be redeemed.

For more information, or for those without personal computer access, call the club on 01227 456886.

The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence Picture Barry Goodwin

The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence Picture: Barry Goodwin


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