25% Discount Tickets for The Pet Show 2017
HOW IT WORKS
The Pet Show aims to delight animal lovers of all ages with an expanse of both indoor and outdoor arenas dedicated to dogs, cats, small animals, birds of prey, fish and horses. A range of live demonstrations, hands-on activities and workshops from experts are designed to help to educate and encourage responsible pet ownership. Visitors will also be able to meet animals hundreds of in all shapes and sizes, as well as pamper their furry or feathered friends with goodies from a range of shopping stalls.. Hit "GET DISCOUNT" and enter promo code POINTSTPS25 to receive 25% off tickets.
WHAT YOU GET
Discount entry into The Pet Show 2017 for the whole day for you and your family on either the 19th or 20th of August. The show is open 10am – 5pm and takes place at Staffordshire County Showground.
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