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pounds 30 of tickets to Antiques for Everyone ...for FREE; OFFER.

SNAP up pounds 30 of tickets to Antiques for Everyone at Birmingham's NEC - for FREE. That's the great giveaway from the Sunday Mercury today.

The UK's largest quality antiques fair, Antiques for Everyone returns to the NEC from Thursday April 12 to Sunday April 15 and YOU could be there.

We've teamed up with Antiques for Everyone to offer EVERY reader two free tickets to see the country's finest examples of art and antiques.

The central area of the exhibition will be a special Downton Abbey-inspired feature which will include a period home and room set showcasing furniture and art from the early 1900s.

Halls 17-19 will be packed with more than 100,000 items of furniture, jewellery, fine art, pottery, porcelain silver and much more from over 300 specialist dealers from all round the country.

Alongside the hundreds of art and antiques dealers at the fair, Judith Miller and Mark Hill from BBC Antiques Roadshow will be holding intimate talks every day highlighting their favourite pieces from the fair, sharing expert advice and answering questions.

Show director Tiffany Pritchard says: "This is our 27th year and we are proud to bring together some of the country's finest art and antiques dealers under one roof. Antiques for Everyone is not to be missed."

The fair offers a broad range of items, from pounds 20 kitchenalia right through to works of fine art worth more than pounds 100,000.

It's also well-known for uncovering sought after items including rare paintings, oriental items and objets d'art. And as Antiques for Everyone is the UK's largest vetted fair, it means items for sale are comprehensively vetted by a team of specialists to ensure visitors can buy with confidence.

Here's how to claim two FREE tickets worh pounds 30!

Simply snip out the voucher printed on this page, and take it with you to the show box office. You'll be given two pounds 15 show tickets. It's as easy as that!

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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Apr 8, 2012
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