Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion: Free Cappuccino and biscuit offer plus half price Stevenage FC tickets

PUBLISHED: 11:30 05 March 2014 | UPDATED: 11:30 05 March 2014

Free Cappuccino and biscuit offer

Free Cappuccino and biscuit offer


This week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times offers and promotions have been revealed...

Enjoy a Cappuccino and a biscuit thanks to the WHT and Brookmans Park-based The Dutch Nursery.

We’ve teamed up with the cafe at the Great North Road nursery to give you this great offer. Simply present the voucher printed in today’s paper on weekdays from today (Wednesday) until March 31 to claim your free coffee and biscuit. Valid Monday to Friday only.

Get half price tickets for Stevenage FC’s home match against Preston North End. Simply buy a ticket for Saturday’s match against Tranmere Rovers online using the promo code printed in the paper and get half-price tickets for the match against Preston.

Plus one lucky fan who uses this deal online will be given a hospitality upgrade for a future home game, providing them and a guest with all the luxuries of a paid-for hospitality package. That includes a pre-match meal at the stadium, reserved seats in the West Stand, reserved parking, a complimentary match day programme, a cash bar and much more. For full details please turn to page 71 of the paper.

Look out for the WHT team in Morrisons Panshanger tomorrow (Thursday). Between 10am and 2pm, you can get a free pack of gardening gloves and seeds when you buy a copy of the paper.

If you are in the Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City, tomorrow or Friday, visit The Kiosk to claim a free bar of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk when you purchase the WHT. On Saturday this offer gets even better - buy the paper and receive a copy of the national newspaper, I, as well as a chocolate bar!

Coming next week:

Hot Cross Buns offer at Simmons

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