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WIT Early-bird ticket countdown: CLOSING TODAY!

Lauren Croft

The Women in Travel Awards 2018 are barely a month away, folks!

So get your party shoes and party pants and party dresses ready – it’s celebrating time!

Don’t have any party clothes yet? Not to worry – you’ll be able to buy some with the savings from your early-bird ticket.

But time is running out, because past midnight tonight, ticket prices will go up! Then not only will you have to pay more for a ticket to the hottest travel awards of the year, you’ll also have to pay extra to look as good as this:

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Take it from Rhianna: if you look killer on the night, you can be a winner without even working in the travel industry.

And looking killer can be a teeny bit cheaper if you get your early-bird tickets here before midnight!

But seriously, these awards recognise exceptional women who have achieved astronomic success in their professional arenas and celebrates their invaluable contribution through their leadership, innovation and courage to the travel industry. And why wouldn’t you want to attend an event like that?!

These awards are not only a fabulous night out with all your fave industry pals but a chance to show you support women in the travel industry and celebrate their achievements in style.

This year’s awards will be held on June 21 at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf. All other info can be found on the Women in Travel website here – but to lock yourself in, grab yourself an early bird ticket right here whilst you still can!

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