SKY is opening brand new VIP lounges at arenas across the UK exclusively for its customers.
And they’re completely free to enter.
Customers can apply for access to the Sky VIP lounge[/caption]
The First Direct Arena Leeds will be the first venue to gain a Sky VIP lounge.
It’ll open just in time for Olly Murs’s Marry Me Tour when he arrives at the city on April 28.
Fans with tickets can apply for complimentary lounge passes by going to the Sky VIP section in the My Sky app.
The lounges offer a dedicated VIP entrance which will take you through to a private area with a bar to relax and dine in.
There will also be a mini-stage where live entertainment can be hosted.
Plus, immersive installations, themed treats and glitter artists to get you in the mood for your big night out.
The broadcaster is planning to open more VIP lounges across the country, including at Utilita Arena Birmingham and OVO Arena Wembley.
More spots are set to be announced later this year.
Joel Keoghan, Head of Brand Partnerships & Activations at Sky said: “We’re thrilled to roll out Sky VIP lounges, at some of the biggest and best live entertainment venues across the UK, so we can reward even more customers closer to where they live and make them feel special with an A-list experience.”
You’ll need to be a Sky VIP member to be eligible for access.
The loyalty scheme is free to anyone who has TV or broadband with the firm.
And don’t forget, there are loads of other freebies you can get from it as well – see the full list here.
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