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Get Your Big Day Out Travel Package Now With STA

20 October 2008


Get Your Big Day Out Travel Package Now With Sta Travel


Official Big Day Out travel partner STA Travel is once again offering fabulously easy Big Day Out travel packages, giving music fans outside of Auckland a chance to rock their way to the gig of the year.

Fans in Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, and for the first time in Queenstown can make their way to the 16th January Big Day Out with complete travel packages starting from only $365*.

Big Day Out organiser Campbell Smith is delighted that STA Travel is again offering great packages for Big Day Out fans from near and far.

“It is important for us that Big Day Out fans from around New Zealand can get to and from the event easily and safely.”

The easy to book packages include return flights to Auckland, two nights accommodation in downtown Auckland, stadium transfers and of course a coveted Big Day Out ticket.

“At STA Travel we're all about making it easy and our Big Day Out packages are another great example of this. We want our customers to focus on what's most important -enjoying their travel experience!” says STA Travel Marketing and Communications Manager Anna Henwood.

Punters can choose from a range of accommodation options to suit their budget, from a hostel dorm with friends to a city central Hotel and B&B, both only a walk away from the Big Day Out transfer point.

Accommodation only packages are also on offer for keen road trippers including ticket and transfers, starting from only $174*.

Acts for the Big Day Out 09 include Neil Young, Prodigy, Arctic Monkeys and The Ting Tings plus kiwi favourites Tiki Live, The Datsuns, The Black Seeds and more!

For all the info you need on Big Day Out travel packages visit statravel.co.nz, call 0800 474 400 or drop into your nearest STA Travel store.

*Terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions visit statravel.co.nz

BIG DAY OUT 09
NEIL YOUNG, THE PRODIGY, ARCTIC MONKEYS, THE TING TINGS, TV ON THE RADIO, TIKI TAANE, MY MORNING JACKET, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, HEADLESS CHICKENS, THE BLACK SEEDS, THE DATSUNS, SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, ELEMENO P, NESIAN MYSTIK, PENDULUM, THE LIVING END, SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM, LUGER BOA, COBRA KHAN, LADI 6, THE NAKED AND FAMOUS plus many more to be announced!


FRIDAY JANUARY 16th AUCKLAND MT SMART STADIUM
Maurice Rd Penrose. Gates open 11am

Tickets on sale now $125 +bf*. Strict limit of 4 tickets per customer.
Available from Real Groovy and all Ticketmaster Outlets.
Phone and credit card bookings 0800 111 999 or
www.ticketmaster.co.nz and www.bigdayout.com


*booking fees may vary depending on outlet & mode of purchase

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