Get 10% off Spurs match breaks vs Swansea, Norwich and Chelsea


If you’re planning on attending Tottenham Hotspur’s home matches against Swansea City, Norwich City or Chelsea – Thomas Cook Sport are currently running a special offer on match breaks offering 10% off if you book by Sunday July 21st.

How do I get the 10% off?

Simply enter head over to the Thomas Cook Sport website and enter the promo code MB2014 at the time of booking.  Spaces are limited and must be booked by Sunday July 21st so make sure you do it early and don’t miss out on the deal.

Spurs vs Swansea City (Sunday August 25th)

Our first match at White Hart Lane of the new Premier League signing. It will be the first opportunity to see Paulinho and hopefully some other new signings in league action at the Lane.

Spurs vs Norwich City (Saturday September 14th)

Last season, a dramatic late equaliser from Norwich stole a point from Spurs in a 1-1 draw. This season AVB and his players will be looking to get revenue over Chris Hughton’s side.

Spurs vs Chelsea (Saturday September 28th)

Always a must-see match. It will see AVB and his former mentor Jose Mourinho pit their wits against each other at the Lane. But who will come out on top?

Terms and Conditions:
1. Discount code is valid on bookings from 12th July 2013 -21st July 2013
2. The discount code is not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
3. The discount will be redeemed by entering the promo code at time of booking.
4. The discount applied will be: 10% off per booking.
5. Discount applies to premier league Match Breaks taking place in August and September 2013 only.
6. Valid on new bookings only. The discount voucher code cannot be redeemed on existing bookings.
7. No minimum/maximum spend.
8. Thomas Cook Sport reserve the right at any time to cancel, modify or supersede the discount code at any time.

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