Celebration Europe - Northern Jedi on Tour July 2007

Discussion in 'North' started by edgejedi88, Sep 26, 2006.

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  1. suzijedi Jedi Master

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    Tickets on sale today!!!!!!
  2. christmas-cozmic Jedi Knight

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    £53.50 Advanced or £59.00 on the door, not bad at all. Shame I'll have to wait till next Friday to buy mine but still not bad prices. :D



    Knowing my luck they'll sell out :p
  3. edgejedi88 Jedi Master

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    I really cant see the tickets selling out Coz mate - thats why they moved the event to ExCel - so that there would be plenty room for everything and everyone.

    This is gonna rock SO much! [face_dancing]

    2007 will be a great year for Star Wars fans!
  4. ForceGhostOfCozmic Jedi Grand Master

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    Sweet :D


    (Edit: Just goes to show it's never good to post at 1:20am since I've forgot I'm meant to be using my Christmas sock, oh well :p )
  5. Disciple-of-Tython Force Ghost

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    [face_dancing] I HAVE GOT MY TICKETS!!!WOOOOOOO!!!:D
  6. Whim_of_the_Whills Jedi Knight

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    Plan to get our tickets Monday.

    Quite a decent price - I'm surprised :D
  7. Disciple-of-Tython Force Ghost

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    Yeah I agree the prices are really good and I think its great Hyperspace members can get in earlier and other cool stuff! :D
  8. suzijedi Jedi Master

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    Right, am I being thick here?? I'm a Hyperspace member, but don't seem to have anything in my e-mails from Starwars.com regarding a code/membership number for Hyperspace member discounts for tickets etc....am I missing something???
    :confused:
  9. Disciple-of-Tython Force Ghost

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    There are no discounts on tickets but you do get an exclusive Fan Club Lanyard
    Early bird opening ? Star Wars Celebration Europe will be open from
    9.00 am until 10.00 am every morning exclusively for Fan Club Members.
    Access to the exclusive Fan Club Lounge, featuring Meet & Greet sessions with stars from the films and crew. First seating option at a number of ?Fan Club Only? shows and
    Friends & Family Coupons for Fan Club Member. You also should get a code for hotel discounts.
  10. suzijedi Jedi Master

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    So, how do I tell them I'm in Hyperspace?? Is there a code I need to enter when I'm buying the tickets???

    When I go to buy a visitors pass, there's a section which says: If you have a special offer password, then click here to log in (password protected).

    Is that where I'm supposed to enter something from Hyperspace????
  11. Disciple-of-Tython Force Ghost

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    I booked my Tickets over the phone and when I told the lady on the phone I was a Hyperspace member she didnt know anything about it so I dont know about the code thing, but I did get a code for discounts on hotels!
  12. Hananiah Jedi Master

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    thank god its christmas which means you get money off relatives. I'm gonna get my ticket as soon as posible
  13. edgejedi88 Jedi Master

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    Heads up on cheap rooms in Ilford at £26 per night....while stocks last! Its 7 miles from the Excel venue.

    https://www.travelodge.co.uk/make_a_booking/availability.php?hotel_id=46&travelodge=London+Ilford&doa_dd=12&doa_mm=07-2007&stay_len=4&no_of_rooms=1&corp_name=&agent_type=&agent_code=&x=39&y=14

  14. ForceGhostOfCozmic Jedi Grand Master

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    Yeah, I've just bought my tickets [face_dancing] :D [face_dancing]
  15. edgejedi88 Jedi Master

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    yeeeha!

    you still want the room of course - beware of any potential curries that Spike 2002 has - remember - you are sharing with him lol [face_sick]
  16. Ranouch_Heath Jedi Knight

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    Jace Ill have to have a Natter on MSN with you On Monday Night mate with regards to Celebration Europe
    can you PM with your Current E-mail address you use for MSN please.
  17. ForceGhostOfCozmic Jedi Grand Master

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    If the rooms still going, then I'll take it :) Just lucky I like me curries :p
  18. nlindenj Jedi Knight

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    just booked my airline ticket[face_dancing] getting down in an hour and a bit, coming for the saturday and coming back on the sunday (i still want that room for saturday night for me and my friend, jase don't forget) the ticket cost me £80 return, now the problem is will they take my carry case for my cane as carry on? [face_thinking]
  19. spike_thmid Jedi Master

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    Apr 13, 2005
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    you could always "use" the cane - they couldn't take it off you then !!! ;)
  20. nlindenj Jedi Knight

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    WOW [face_hypnotized] what a good idea!! never thought of that
  21. Ranouch_Heath Jedi Knight

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    For those of you who know I some times get in a muddle with stuff Im in a muddle with this event in London,

    I still have to find out Train fare from Darlington to London return

    also to get final info from someone about total costings for the Accom
    also Is there a entrance fee to get it ?

    And how much should i be taking with me anyhow !

    Help !
  22. spike_thmid Jedi Master

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    hey Dave,

    from what I remember hotel is around £65 each for the whole stay (Suzi booked it so she'll be able to give you a more acurate cost)

    entrance for the full 3 days is about £53 if prebooked

    travel - not too sure I think plane or train will be best bet

    beer money - I'll leave that to you to work out ;)
  23. suzijedi Jedi Master

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    I've booked two twin rooms at the Ibis Excel.
    For the 4 nights (Thurs-Sun) it's £166 per room, breakfast is extra at £5.25.

    GNER won't have timetables/tickets until 3 months before and you can sometimes get the Ncle-Kings X £20 return deal

    Easyjet have return flights from Ncle-Stansted for just under £60 return, but I don't know how easy it is to travel from/to Stansted into London

    Jet2.com have return flights from Ncle-Gatwick for £68

    British Airways do return Ncle-Heathrow for £99

    STA Travel have a return flight from Ncle-London City airport for £119.70

    National Express go from Ncle-Victoria (with a pick-up in Durham city centre). It takes about 7 hours and fares are £28 or £35.50
  24. VenHalcyon Jedi Knight

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    Stanstead to London is easy, it's just the "Stanstead Express" to Liverpool Street - which is a solid Underground station - though not sure what line EXCEL is on yet, :) It's about a 30 min journey if you get the "no stops" express - but there is a slow one as well. I know this as it's the same train to White Hart Lane i get for the Spurs games, :D

  25. suzijedi Jedi Master

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    Looks like it's on the DLR underground line- Custom House station
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