How to have the best week of your life with O2 Priority Moments

Priority creative (full) JPG O2 Priority Moments can help save you money, but they can also help you have you the time of your life. All you have to do is sign up, and well, do nothing: read on, and we’ll show you all the different experiences you can squeeze into a week with it.


Monday
Zizzi
Start as you mean to go on by dining out for next to nothing. Top Italian restaurant chain Zizzi has all sorts of offers available right now for O2 customers, including free doughsticks, wine upgrades and even two for £10 menus.

Tuesday
Odeon
A trip to the cinema during the week can be a much more enjoyable experience, since it can be so much quieter: find out yourself the easy way with O2 Priority Moments deals at Odeon cinemas, which have included half price tickets, leaving you more money for popcorn.

Wednesday
National Express
Be spontaneous, take a day off from work and see a new city: National Express has teamed up with O2 to offer bargain tickets to destinations all over the country during mid-week.

Thursday
Thursday is the new Friday, so let your hair down at a gig. O2 Priority Tickets gives you early access to gig tickets at the O2 arena, fifteen O2 Academy venues nationwide and loads of other events. Catch headline acts or undiscovered bands, all while making sure you’re in the front row.

Friday
WH Smith
Friday night in? Curl up with a good book at half price courtesy of WH Smith: every week, the store offers two different books at half price, from authors as varied as Lord Alan Sugar and horror maestro Stephen King.

Saturday
Arsenal
How about first dibs on Emirates tickets? With O2 Priority, you can get tickets to see the Gunners up to 48 hours early, even at 3pm kick off home games.

Sunday
Spa
It’s been one action packed week, so settle back and unwind at Dove Spa – the price might be discounted, but the treatment certainly isn’t.

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