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If you have something to promote and it's free, or all the proceeds go to charity, contact us as info@whatsoninaberdeen.com and, at no charge, we will do our best to bring it to the attention of an enthusiastic Aberdeen audience.

If you have a commercial venture to promote, we have a popular website and a subscriber list eager to hear of your special offers by text and email. An example of how a restaurant appears on the site is at this page. On-line booking of tables and takeaways, e-tickets for gigs or vouchers for shopping special offers are all possibilities. We will structure our offers to meet your needs. Contact us for more details at sales@whatsoninaberdeen.com.


Buying Tickets

We don't (usually) hold stocks of tickets. What is available from the site comes directly from the various venues and their ticketing agencies: we don't set the prices. What you find are the cheapest prices we can find but sometimes there is only one source for tickets and this may be people reselling their tickets at a large profit. Much as we deplore touts making money while creating nothing, it is not for us to pass judgement on whether a given price is worth it or not (otherwise there wouldn't even be face-value James Blunt tickets on the site). If there are tickets available we will find them: it's up to you whether you want to buy them.


You can give as much or as little information as you wish. We ask for a mobile 'phone number so we can let you know if there is some special offer available at very short notice for which email is inadequate. We don't anticipate any print-based advertising so, the reason for asking for your postcode, is, if any takeaway offers something within a certain radius, we can include you when sending out the information.