The presets and chamber orchestra performance.

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  1. Batesy

    Batesy Active Member

    This was a a poorly executed promo. Nice to have something exclusive for silver members but it never actually told me if I had secured tickets, which of course I have not. A glitch apparently but no follow up email advising about the fact its sold out or that there was a glitch.
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    Dear Mr Bates, As a valued Silver member we would like to invite you to an exclusive preview of the Australian Chamber Orchestra's performance of Timeline - a visual and musical surge through the evolution of music, from 42,000BC to the music of today, featuring The Presets. This is your chance to hear music from the Australian Chamber Orchestra, led by Richard Tognetti, before it is heard across the country, presented by the ACO's Principal Partner Virgin Australia. The first 100 members to register below will receive a complimentary double pass from Velocity Frequent Flyer*. Enter the promo code VFFSI to secure your double pass. Date Friday 16 May 2014 Time Concert starts at 7pm sharp and runs for a duration of one hour. Guests who arrive after 7pm will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance. Venue The Concourse 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
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  2. djchuckles

    djchuckles Member

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    Nice to see some exclusive promos - but I've been a Platinum member for over 2 years and never seen a thing! So bit peeved silver members are getting them (plus I'd have loved this)
     
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