O2 Priority top tips and extra perks

Published: 16/03/2011
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As an O2 customer you're entitled to lots of extra benefits and one of the best for fans of live entertainment is O2 Priority. It offers tickets for The O2 and all of the O2 Academy venues across the UK and is all about ensuring O2 customers are served first.

O2 Priority opens up a limited number of tickets early but while you technically have 48 hours to snap them up for really popular acts, you need to be a lot quicker. Here's our tips on how to get the most out of O2 Priority and get into the best gigs in town first…


1. Follow your favourite venue on Twitter

The O2 academies and The O2 itself have accounts on Twitter. Follow your local venue or the one you most want to visit to get realtime updates on whose playing, when tickets are available via O2 Prority and other great offers and behind-the-scenes updates.

 

 

2. Don't hesitate to grab a ticket

Most O2 Priority ticket allocations open up 48 hours before non-O2 customers can enter the fray. However, if you're hoping to get a really hot ticket, make sure you're quick on the draw when those O2 Priority tickets open up.

3. Get the O2 Priority app and never miss out

If you're rocking an iPhone or a webOS-packing Palm device you can grab the O2 Priority app. It lets you track your favourite acts and artists so you'll never miss when tickets go on sale. Text PRIORITY to 2020 from an iPhone or a Palm to download the app.

4. Get in faster

Follow the O2 lanes and get fast-track entry into the arena at The O2. Exclusive to O2 customers, fast track enables you to get to your seat faster and with less hassle.

5. Read up on the perks O2 Priority gets you

If you're going to The O2 as an O2 customer, there's a ton of perks you can get. Check out the perks section of the website where you can download specific details of what's available for your gig, such as access for you and three mates into the exclusive blueroom bar.

Let us know if you've used O2 Priority and share your memories of your favourite gigs…

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