How to get your FREE cake & Bake show tickets at Excel, London – freebie of the day
Stacey Dooley discusses Great British Bake Off
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Great British Bake Off fans can see if they can spot the show’s 2010 winner Edd Kimber who will be taking part in the event along with TV chef and I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! participant Rosemary Shrager. Celebrity chef Eric Lanlard and Molly Robbins from the Channel 4 programme Extreme Cake Makers will also be donning their aprons and cooking up a storm.
After celeb spotting, visitors can spend the day watching live demonstrations and salivating at the cake displays and stalls.
It’s a three day event taking place over the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of October 1 – 3, but there are only tickets left for the Friday show which are available through MoneySavingExpert.
Attendees will have to hurry, free ‘sales’ close at 11.59pm on Monday August 30 or when all 7,500 pairs of tickets have gone.
How to bag your free Cake & Bake tickets:
Enter the code MSE2021CAB online at The Cake & Bake Show.
Select the option for Friday – Saturday and Sunday have sold out.
Two children aged 15 and under can go free but you’ll need to select them when you book online.
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Organisers have confirmed that child tickets won’t count towards the 7,500 pairs of free tickets allocation, however they will still need to be selected online.
There’s no need to enter bank details online – try the code again if asked for them.
Tickets will be emailed up to five days after booking so print them out or save to a mobile.
The show will be open from 10am until 5pm every day.
How much are tickets without the freebie?
Adults will pay £15 each for a ticket plus a £1.75 transaction fee online. On the door, they cost £19 each, so it’s a decent saving.
Bakers can get involved in the annual cake show competition and there’s a separate competition for kids too.
This year’s competition has two themes ‘Over the rainbow’ and ‘Anything goes’ to celebrate the hard work of NHS staff and the country’s newfound lockdown baking skills.
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Children aged 14 and under can enter the cupcake competition.
Their entries will be judged by one of the Cake & Bake celebrity experts, so it’s a great way to meet the celebs.
There will be prizes for Best in Show (main competition only) as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in all categories.
Budding bakers will need to visit thecakeandbakeshow.co.uk and grab their free tickets if they are looking to enter the competitions.
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