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Poll: Is the Royal Norfolk Show still value for money?

12:29 26 June 2014

The Grand Ring on the second day of the Royal Norfolk Show. Picture: Antony Kelly

The Grand Ring on the second day of the Royal Norfolk Show. Picture: Antony Kelly

Archant Norfolk 2014

Although prices haven’t gone up for three years, some people have said that tickets for the Royal Norfolk Show have become too expensive – while others say it is great value for money.

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With almost 10 hours of entertainment and activities at the show, including competitions, prizes and freebies, is the show worth spending the money for?

A family ticket (two adults and three children) is £50 (£70 on the gate), an adult ticket is £19 (£24 on the gate), a child ticket for youngsters aged five to 16 is £7 (£10 on the gate), under fives go free and senior citizens and registered disabled tickets are £17 (£22 on the gate).

Car parking passes can also be purchased through e-ticketing at £6 per car (£10 on the gate).

Sales of e-tickets – which give people reduced prices – are up 5,000 on last year.

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