Get your free tickets to the Property Buyer Show, Gauteng

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

As proud sponsors of The Property Buyer Show, Private Property is giving away 350 FREE tickets to attend this exclusive property exhibition in Sandton.

The Property Buyer Show is the place for property buyers to learn about property and educate themselves on what is happening in the property market.

After a hugely successful show in Cape Town, The Property Buyer Show heads to Gauteng next. The show, which will take place from 27 to 29 October at the Sandton Convention Centre, aims to create a transactional platform for buyers to engage with the residential property sector, showcasing the latest developments within Gauteng, while at the same time educating and informing property investors about building wealth through a property portfolio with a series of seminars and workshops presented by successful investors and property thought leaders.

Private Property is exhibiting our portal services and will be bringing our brand to life with an interactive exhibition stand. Visit our stand at the show for up-to-date property advice and pro tips on how to use our website to find your perfect home.

Tickets are on sale at R80 but we are giving away free tickets to the first 350 users who register for the event.

To claim your free tickets all you have to do is visit the website: https://itickets.co.za/events/385743.html and complete the following steps:

Step 1:

Click on "Place Order". Select the preferred date and enter the coupon code: "PRIVATEPROPERTY". Then, click on the “Go” button, before selecting “Continue”.

Step 2:

Share the good news on social media (optional) and then click “Next”.

Step 3:

Complete the registration information to validate your order and then click “Submit”.

Step 4:

Fill in the required fields below the Address column and then click “Proceed to Review and Approve".

Step 5:

Once you have reviewed your order, tick the terms and conditions box and then click “Finalise Order”.
Your free tickets and receipt of purchase will then be emailed to you. You also have the option to print out your tickets.

We look forward to seeing you all at the show - be sure to visit the Private Property stand for some useful tips on how to buy your first home or investing in property. See you there!

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