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Bristol24/7 member perks – January 2020

By hannah cornford, Thursday Jan 30, 2020

By becoming a supporter member of Bristol24/7 you allow us to remain independent. This stops our platform from being owned or run by a large corporation, which means we can continue to write for one audience – you, the people of Bristol.

Supporter membership is £5 per month and to say thank you we give all our members instant access to exclusive deals and competitions from our friends across Bristol. Here’s a few of our favourite perks available this month…

These perks are not available with community membership, which is free

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Free tickets to Chai Wallahs at Old Market Assembly – limited offer
Award winning festival music venue Chai Wallahs have teamed up with The Old Market Assembly to bring a series of monthly shows throughout 2020 running from February through til November. this event features Lazy Habits and Diplomats of Sound DJ’s. We’ve got limited number of free tickets to the first gig on Saturday 1 February 2020. Become a member to claim yours before they run out.

Free tickets to Juan Branco at The Greenbank
WikiLeaks lawyer and activist Juan Branco will be in Bristol for one night only to talk about democracy and freedom of speech at The Greenbank pub in Easton. Not only do members get free tickets, they also get 25% off food at The Greenbank. So that’s Friday 31 January sorted, then! Become a member to claim.

Free coffee and breakfast muffin at Friska – limited offer
The team at Friska recently supported our Better Bristol project How To Be A Chef, helping young people to get experience in the food and drink industry. Projects like this are made possible by the support of our members, so Friska wanted to give something back.

Each month they’ll be offering something different – and this month it’s a coffee (or hot drink) plus one of their breakfast muffins, including vegan and dairy free options. This deal is very limited, so make sure you don’t miss out – become a member.

25% off food at Pizzarova every weekday lunchtime
Offering homemade sourdough pizza at its best, Pizzarova is a firm Bristol favourite. This offer is available at all locations, including Gloucester Road, Wapping Wharf and Park Street. Perfect for a quick and tasty weekday treat. They’re also offering 50% off on Sunday evenings and Mondays, and 10% off anytime. Become a member now to get access to 25% off at Pizzarova.


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Win a one night stay plus dinner in The Manor House, Castle Combe
This five star luxury country house hotel and golf club in Castle Combe is luxury and beauty combined. The winner will stay in the most luxurious room in the hotel. They will also enjoy dinner in the Michelin Star Bybrook restaurant, as well as breakfast. Become a member to enter now.

2-4-1 on starters, mains, and deserts at The Pipal Tree, Easton
The menu is split into two: one being traditional authentic Punjabi dishes coming from North of India, Hoshiarpur, Amritsar Punjab; the other side being ‘Fusion with family dishes being handed down throughout our years in the UK’. Intrigued? Give them a try with your exclusive Bristol24/7 discount. Become a member now to claim.

Win one of three pairs of tickets to the Bristol International Jazz & Blues Festival 2020
The Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival is held at venues across the city. Winners will get a pair of free tickets to one event of their choice. This year the famous festival will feature saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis performing the early blues tunes that inspired him, plus Charles Hazelwood and a 30-piece ensemble will take over the O2 academy to play every Bond soundtrack from Dr No through to Skyfall. Become a member now to enter.

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