Cricket T20 Discounted Tickets

Dear Parents/ Carers,

I am delighted to inform you that Woodthorpe Junior and Infant School has signed up for Six4Schools again for the Birmingham Bears. Your code remains the same as last year to make it easier to purchase tickets.

What is Six4Schools?

Six4Schools is an initiative by Birmingham Bears which offers adult tickets for only £12 (normally £25) for their T20 matches this summer when using a discount code unique to the school. U12s are always free and 12-15 year olds £5.

Our school will benefit because for every adult ticket sold, the school will receive £6 back. As an example, if we sell 200 adult tickets, we will receive £1200! This is meant to be used to reinvest in the education of the pupils (for e.g., for: computer equipment, playground equipment, or cricket coaching sessions).

It’s a great opportunity for the school and hopefully a chance for you to enjoy the incredible T20 atmosphere at Edgbaston this summer.

To purchase your tickets, follow the instructions below:

1. visit: Tickets.Edgbaston.com

2. At the top of the page enter this promotional code: WJIS

3. Select the Birmingham Bears fixture you would like to attend this summer (please note the discount does not apply for the match vs. Worcestershire Rapids on June 24 2022). If you did not enter the promotional code before this can also be done here on the right-hand side of the page.

4. Select the stand in which you would like to purchase your tickets. U16s must be accompanied by an adult and for every 1 adult ticket sold, 5 U16 tickets may be selected.

5. Make your payment using your credit/debit card

You will receive your tickets via email.

As an added bonus, schools that sell over 20 tickets will be entered into a prize draw to win £1000 worth of building supplies from Selco Builders Warehouse.

It would be fantastic to see as many parents as possible take advantage of this offer to head to Edgbaston this summer to watch some exciting cricket and in the process help us win the interactive board!

Yours Sincerely,

Ms Lodge