World Champs of Ping Pong exclusive member offer

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Russell Moore

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England's Chris Doran during last season's Finals

The World Championship of Ping Pong is back and ETTA members can benefit from an exclusive ticket deal to see the world’s leading sandpaper bat players in action!

Following the success of its 2013 debut, Matchroom Sport are once again bringing the tournament to Alexandra Palace, London on January 4-5th 2014. This year the ETTA has agreed a deal so our members can benefit from one of TWO exclusive ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offers.

Produced by Barry Hearn’s Matchroom Sport, the company behind the PDC Darts and World Snooker, and televised live throughout by Sky Sports, the WCPP 2014 continues ping pong’s rise into the big league and onto the international television stage.

Tickets are on sale now priced £10 for afternoon sessions and £15 for evenings from www.SeeTickets.com and via www.WorldChampionshipOfPingPong.net

However, ETTA Members can choose from two special offers when purchasing their tickets  by adding these codes and following the link below.

OFFER ONE:
ETTA members buying tickets for two sessions will receive the cheapest session free when using code ETTAOffer – and if you purchase tickets for all four sessions you won’t have to pay a penny for the afternoon sessions, a saving of £20 per person.

OFFER TWO:
Matchroom Sport are also offering a ‘Kids Go Free’ special offer, again exclusive to ETTA Members. Just use code ETTAKidsGoFree and select the session(s) you wish to attend. There is no need to add concession tickets to your basket. After entering the code the adult tickets will automatically include the free child ticket.

To claim your discount, follow this link and enter either the code ETTAOffer or ETTAKidsGoFree in the box at the top of the page.

As in 2013, the World Championship of Ping Pong will take place over four sessions, with a double elimination group stage featuring eight groups played out on eight tables on the Saturday afternoon before the last 32 enter a knockout stage played across two tables in the evening.

On Sunday morning the last 16 will be whittled down to eight quarter-finalists, who will proceed to the evening session to battle it out for the 2014 World Championship of Ping Pong crown.

Session times are:
12.00 and 18.00 on Saturday 4th January.
12.30 and 18.00 on Sunday 5th January.

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