Free Beer for TWTD Readers
Thursday, 7th Sep 2017 10:35
Beer & Co are offering TWTD readers attending next week’s home game against Bolton Wanderers a complimentary pint at their Saints Oktoberfest, which is taking place at St Peter’s By the Waterfront on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th September.
Greg Cooper from Beer & Co said: “As 16th September coincides with ITFC's match against Bolton Wanderers I thought that the offer of a complimentary pint for all matchday ticket holders might work well, especially as our first session starts at 5pm, perfect timing for fans leaving the match.”
To claim the offer, attendees would need to purchase a Saints Oktoberfest ticket (£7 each or available via a six-for-five group offer) and present their matchday ticket on entry.
To find out more about Saints Oktoberfest, which is raising funds for local charity Papworth Trust Ipswich, and to book tickets visit the event’s website.
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