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How to get tickets for less than £4 for some of best live entertainment in the UK

A company that offers charity and NHS workers free and cut-price tickets to some of the best live entertainment in the UK has expanded its service to include people affected by the cost-of-living crisis.

Have you had government cost-of-living support?

If you’ve received a government cost-of-living payment, you can sign up to Tickets for Good immediately.

A whole host of events

The company offers tickets to a wide range of events including music, festivals, comedy, sport and theatre. One of its biggest investors is the singer and ex Take That member Robbie Williams.

So far, 250,000 medical staff, charity workers and volunteers have saved over £10m on events including gigs by Billie Eilish, Idles and Dua Lipa, and the festival Parklife.

Become a member for free

It’s free to sign up and you just pay a £3.95 booking fee for free or heavily discounted tickets.

What are you waiting for?

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Rebecca Routledge

A qualified journalist for over 15 years with a background in financial services. Rebecca is Money Wellness’s consumer champion, helping you improve your financial wellbeing by providing information on everything from income maximisation to budgeting and saving tips.

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