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Baby and Kids directory offers 100 complimentary adult tickets to Flying Superkids show

The Malta Baby & Kids Directory have a total 100 complimentary Gold Adult tickets (worth €26 each) to watch this spectacular Flying Superkids extravaganza

3 March 2015, 8:48am
The Malta Baby & Kids Directory, Malta’s essential reference guide for parents, have an exclusive offer for all who subscribe to receive the next newsletter, which will be sent out on Wednesday 4 March.  

Subscribers should visit http://www.maltababyandkids.com/events.php?eventid=2031 and will be able to print and exchange the newsletter for one free gold adult ticket to watch this amazing children’s stunt show.

The Malta Baby & Kids Directory have a total 100 complimentary Gold Adult tickets (worth €26 each) to watch this spectacular Flying Superkids extravaganza. This offer is available on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to one ticket per person.

Don’t miss the chance to tell all your friends and family about this one-time opportunity. The Flying Superkids show will take place at MFCC from 4 to 7 April. 

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