How to book

Bookings for Individual Tickets & all table packages can be made online with a credit or debit card by completing and submitting the booking application.

If you prefer to be invoiced for your table, please complete the invoice request form



Table reservations can be made with a deposit at time of booking, with full payment required 6 weeks prior to the event. Please note, deposits are non-refundable. If you wish to pay a deposit to secure your table, please select this option below in the payment section. For example, if you would like to put a deposit down for a Diamond package please tick the £150 deposit option. Similarly if you'd like to put down a deposit on a Gold Package please tick the £90 deposit option below.

Paying for your table in full

If you would prefer to pay for your table in full now, simply select your table package preference below by selecting the number of tables you would like. This will automatically calculate the total for your table(s) including the VAT. Then complete the payment information and submit your booking. Please note you do not need to select the deposit option if paying for tables in full.

All payments for tables and tickets must be made in full no later than Friday 4th May 2018.

Terms & Conditions of Booking

You are booking a table or ticket to The Manchester Pride Spring Benefit. Tables and tickets are non-refundable but are transferable. Tables will only be refunded if the event does not take place. If you are a registered company and requesting to pay via invoice, payment is required 14 days from date of invoice. All tables and tickets are to be paid for in full by Friday 4th May2018. If you are reserving your table with a deposit, the balance must be paid in full 6 weeks prior to the event. If full payment is not received your table reservation will be released for resale. Deposits are non-refundable. Tables are exclusive of VAT and VAT will be added to total amount payable. Tickets are inclusive of VAT. Table Packages are subject to change without notification.