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Last chance for Free Ticket Thursday offer

The start of The European Open at The London Golf Club is only a week away and there is still a chance to see the first day’s play free of charge with the Free Ticket Thursday offer.

The European Open is being played in England for the first time in 14 years with the championship moving to The London Golf Club at Ash, near Brands Hatch from July 3-6.

Some 25,000 free tickets have already been taken up, setting the scene for one of the most exciting events on The European Tour schedule and there are still a few days left to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to see the likes of Open Champion Padraig Harrington, European Tour No.1 Justin Rose, The Players Championship winner Sergio Garcia and defending champion Colin Montgomerie test their skills against the Jack Nicklaus-designed Heritage Course as they compete for a £2.4 million prize fund.

It promises to be an unforgettable experience for spectators who can take advantage of the natural grandstands surrounding nearly every hole.

Anyone wishing to take up this outstanding Free Ticket Thursday offer should log on to www.europeantourtickets.com to apply for up to two tickets per applicant.

Electronic tickets will then be emailed to applicants, incorporating details of how to collect discounted tickets for any one of the subsequent three days’ play.

The Free Ticket Thursday e-tickets can be exchanged at the course on July 3 only for tickets for play on Friday, Saturday or Sunday at a cost of £15 each – a saving of £10 on the daily admission price on the gate.

Senior citizens (aged 60 and over) will be entitled to a reduction from £15 to £5.

A full price Adult Season Ticket costs £60 on the gate during tournament week. A one day ticket is priced at £25 on the gate, while for Senior Citizens the charge for a season ticket is £35 on the gate. Senior day tickets are £15 on the gate.

Entry for Under 16s is free, providing they are accompanied by an adult. All public parking is also free of charge.

Further information on the Free Ticket Thursday offer is available by calling 0800 0232557.

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