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Brighton & Hove Pride are committed to remaining affordable and accessible for residents of the city of Brighton & Hove.

Our Low Income Ticket Scheme aims to ensure we are inclusive for all people so those on a low income have the opportunity to enjoy our events.

  • Low income tickets offer a 50% reduction on the full price of a General Admission ticket.
  • Low income tickets are reserved for participants on a limited income who cannot otherwise afford to attend Brighton & Hove Pride.
  • Low income tickets are restricted to Brighton & Hove residents only (boundary map here), due to the limited number available.
  • Low income tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis subject to meeting the criteria, and they will be on sale until 1st July 2023 or until they have sold out.
  • Low income tickets will be subject to the standard booking fee and charity contributions to support our community fundraising.

How to Apply

To apply for a Low Income Ticket, customers will need to complete a short online application form and upload relevant documents. We will reply within 14 days with the outcome of the application. Once applications have been approved, customers will be emailed a unique single-use discount code to complete their purchase. Customers will have 7 days to complete the purchase before the link expires. These tickets are non-transferable.

To qualify for the Low Income Ticket Programme, you will need to provide evidence of one of the following:

  • Universal Credit
  • Working Tax Credit
  • Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
  • Pension Credit

We appreciate that some people on a low income may not receive one of the State Benefits listed above, so we suggest that anything below an annual full time salary of £19,000, (based on 37.5 hours a week on the UK Living Wage of £9.90/hr), could be considered a low income. Customers can contact us directly by email to discuss and each request will be looked at on an individual basis.