Cookies

Cookies Policy

When you interact with us (for example use our sites, apps or subscribe to marketing emails) , we and third party organisations may collect information by using 'cookies' and other technologies such as pixel tags (for simplicity we refer to all such technologies as 'cookies'). To change your settings, or to find out more about the specific cookies used, please use our Cookie Consent Tool available below and at all times on our website. For information about how your personal information is used please see our Privacy Policy
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What are cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are small bits of text that are downloaded to your computer or other device when you visit a website. Your browser sends these cookies back to the website every time you visit the site again, so it can recognise you and can then tailor what you see on the screen.
Pixel tags (sometimes called web beacons) are invisible images with a line of code which are placed within an email message or on a web page.

What do we use cookies for?

1. To provide you with the service you have asked for (Required cookies)

For example keeping you logged in during your visit. Without cookies the site might forget you and you'd have to constantly log back in. When you buy tickets, cookies make sure they're still in your shopping basket when you get to the checkout.

2. To analyse and improve your browsing and email experience (Functional cookies)

For example, for analysis purposes, we like to know what pages and links are popular, including the information in our emails, and which ones don't get used so much to help us keep our sites and emails relevant and up to date. We also use them to customise your visits to the site, for example to remember choices you make such as your language or region.

3. To provide you with adverts that are more relevant to your interests (Advertising cookies)

We and third party organisations may use cookies to restrict the number of times you see the same advert or to show other adverts that may be more relevant to you - often called online behavioural advertising (OBA). OBA is a way of using information about your web-browsing activity, collected by using cookies implemented when browsing on the internet or opening our emails, and other information we or third party organisations have collected elsewhere, to group you with other users into interest groups and show you advertisements based on those interests.

How to manage cookies and pixel tags

You can manage cookies using our Cookie Consent Tool. In addition, most browsers will enable you to manage your cookies preferences e.g. have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or use it to disable cookies altogether. If you do decide to disable or delete them altogether some sites won't work as well as they rely on cookies to provide you with the service you have requested (see Required cookies, above).

If you do not wish to allow us and third party organisations to use cookies within our emails, such as pixel tags, the best way to do this is not to enable images when you view our emails. In other words, only view the plain-text of the email. Some web browsers and email clients (such as Gmail) have settings or extensions available to disable/block such cookies.