GAME Offering 15% Discount for Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Tour

By Jorge Ba-oh 29.03.2013 3

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Fancy heading down (or up) to London for the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses? GAME are offering a discount on tickets.

There are still a handful of seats available for the Hammersmith Apollo performance on 23rd May 2013, and retailer GAME has teamed up with the promoters to offer a 15% discount on tickers.

To redeem, click here, select 15% off in the promotion box and enter "Bokoblin" in the box.

Symphony of the Goddesses is a worldwide tour celebrating the iconic adventure series, blending in familiar melodies from the 25 year history of The Legend of Zelda - including arrangements from Twilight Princess, Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past. Performances have also included surprise encores from more niche titles and themes, but we'll leave those till the night!

Are you stopping by on the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour?

Box art for The Legend of Zelda
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Nintendo

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Nintendo

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Action Adventure

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I bought tickets within 15 minutes after tgey started selling! I'm going with a friend and 2 of his friends.

Hey I was thinking of getting a gathering of Zelda fans before or after the concert. Maybe meet up in Hyde Park or so? Would be fun to see how many people will come and if there's cosplay. Oh and we can play Four Swords. Smilie

Anyone interested? Do you maybe have good ideas?

...£65!!! Really??? Not sure i'd pay that much to see it!

If you had been faster, you could have had tickets for £35 or so.

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