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Additional date for Friends quiz sells out in 9 minutes

PUBLISHED: 16:31 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:31 07 February 2018

Are you a Friends super-fan? Picture: PA

Are you a Friends super-fan? Picture: PA

It was announced earlier that Yates in Ipswich would be putting on a second Friends quiz due to high demand.

Event organisers, Yellow Elephant Promotions, revealed on Facebook earlier today the second quiz will be on March 6.

They wrote: “OH MY GOD!!!! We have secured a second date. Tuesday the 6th of March. Tickets go on sale today at 4pm.”

But by 4.09pm they announced that the event had already sold out of tickets.

They wrote: “Both dates now sold out looking into a third and final date.”

The third and final date will be on March 20 and tickets go on sale today at 4.30pm.

To purchase tickets visit the Facebook page here.

The quiz is being held to celebrate the 90’s American hit sitcom being added to Netflix.

Read more: Ipswich Friends quiz sells out of tickets in minutes

Prepare for the quiz by testing your Friends knowledge with our quiz.

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