The deal was advertised at £16 instead of £33 for 2 people which included entry a free drink and food.On arrival we were told the Groupon entrance was at the rear of the tent . Our tickets allowed us to sit in an area a long way away from the main stage with metal fencing blocking us from the main section of the venue. The free drink turned out to be a half pint of barely drinkable cloudy lager. The assistants at the bar were not sure what food we were eligible to with the fòod token we received. They thought it was a sausage but said they had none available until later in the day. After an hour or so the people in the front section decided to use the pretzels they'd received on arrival as missiles to launch around the hall. After both myself and my wife being hit repeatedly we decided to leave. A total waste of £16 and the travel costs . I suppose the old adage of " If it seems too good ..." holds true with Groupon offers.