Early Bird

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A popular term for a person whose circadian period is shorter than 24 hours, who wakes up well past his/her peak sleepiness phase
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"With the early-bird period now over, we will announce further details for the next phase of season card sales in the coming weeks.
Normal entry cost for the 10k is PS18, with an early-bird discount of PS16.
"One lucky early-bird purchaser will also become a formal member of the squad, receiving their own number and a shirt - plus presence on the club website and in the matchday programme."
A club statement read: "We recognise that times are still hard for many people financially and therefore have taken a decision to reward our loyal season ticket holders by freezing prices on all season tickets during the early-bird offer period.
Buttons are offered at the early-bird price now through May 7 online at selectaseat.com or by calling Select-A-Seat at (855) 755-SEAT.
Take advantage of the early-bird entry fee for .the BTR Liverpool Santa Dash, and sign the kids up for the Mini Dash
But there is only one day left to bag a PS24 early-bird place, before entries go up to PS26 and then PS35 four days before the race.
The package, which costs USD1,643 with the early-bird discount, includes roundtrip air to Barcelona from New York, fuel surcharge and airport taxes, three nights in the three-star Hotel Nouvel in Barcelona, daily breakfast, a complimentary wine and tapa, shopping discount at El Corte Ingles, arrival and departure transfers from the Barcelona Airport and the port, and a four-night Mediterranean cruise (interior cabin) departing Barcelona on March 27.

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