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Ticket Wombat

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Published October 20th 2013
The only place to win tickets hassle-free

Want a free double-pass to the latest hit musical, the hottest name in stand-up or the recently released film that's got the critics talking? Of course you do!

With Ticket Wombat you can win free double-passes to a host of events in and around Sydney. It is a hassle-free process; simply head to the website and sign up.

Once registered, all you need to do is log in and check out the latest free ticket offers; you will find a host of theatre productions, festival events, stand-up shows and concert events to choose from. Plus there are double-passes to film screenings, tours and attractions and even courses and classes up for grabs.

This is a great way to discover new events and experiences; enter as many draws as you like and if you win, simply pick up the tickets at the venue (presentation of photo ID is required). Ticket Wombat does not resell tickets nor offer vouchers - these are genuine tickets direct from the organiser/business.

There are two membership options; 'Discovery' which is free but limits access to event details and specials and 'City Explorer', which is priced at $4.90 per month and allows for exclusive access to the Quick Tix service; one instant double-pass to an event of your choice each month! 'City Explorers' also receive exclusive newsletters with special offers.

Every ticket is a double-pass, so you can attend the event, class or attraction with a friend or family member. If you choose to join the Quick Tix service - there is no draw; tickets are given on a first come, first served basis. Check out some of the current ticket offers here.

To find out more about Ticket Wombat, head to the official website, Facebook and Twitter.
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