National Holidays aims for darts break bullseye

National Holidays has launched a new ‘Superstars of Darts’ coach break departing December 2022.

National Holidays aims for darts break bullseye

National Holidays has launched a new ‘Superstars of Darts’ coach break departing December 2022.

The break offers the chance to see an exclusive exhibition match between 2021 Premier League Champion, Jonny Clayton (pictured) and 2008 BDO World Champion and Sky Sports presenter, Mark Webster.

Taking place at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool, the event is exclusive to National Holidays with tickets not available anywhere else.

The two-day break departs on December 11 2022 and costs from £129pp.

Based on two sharing, the price includes return coach travel from a wide range of pick-up points in the northeast of England, Yorkshire and the Midlands, one night’s accommodation at the Adelphi Hotel with dinner and breakfast, admission to the exclusive National Holidays exhibition match, two-for-one bar between 19.00 and 22.00 and live DJ after the event.

There is the opportunity to upgrade for an extra £10pp to include a ‘meet & greet’ with the players, plus entry into an exclusive raffle to win the chance of playing with both Jonny Clayton and Mark Webster live on stage.

Claire Dutton, Trade Sales Manager for National Holidays said: “This unique event has been created by us and can’t be bought through anyone else.

“Agents in the key selling regions should ensure they are promoting this through all their channels as darts has a huge fan base. Not only will customers be able to see these two legends in action, one lucky person will get the chance to play with them live on stage.”

nationalholidays.com

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