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Don't miss the free tickets to A Place in the Sun Live!

Free tickets to A Place in the Sun Live in March and May 2016


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If you're in search of your perfect new home in France, then get your free tickets to A Place in the Sun Live and join us at The French Village at Manchester Central 11-13 March or Olympia London 6-8 May.

Not only will there be lots of lovely French homes to browse but loads of advice all about moving to France and all the things you need to consider.


Simply click the links below and enter code 'freetickets1'.


Claim free tickets to Manchester here

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We'll also have:


  • Top advice in the free to attend seminars at The Hub and French Village
  • Industry experts covering everything from tax to legal to currency
  • TV presenters Amanda, Jasmine and Laura on hand to chat
  • A chance to take a screen test for the next TV series
  • Plus a free copy of the latest A Place in the Sun magazine and show guide

What's more, if you're considering buying property outside of France then there'll be plenty of exhibitors from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Florida, Greece, Cyprus and many many more.


We're all about buying property overseas so if that's what your looking to do then join us!


For more information about the show visit aplaceinthesun.com

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