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Quarter Final Tickets

Quarter Final Tickets

The 4000 away allocation for our quarter final clash against Reading go on sale this morning.

Tickets are available initially to season ticket holders who have been to EIGHT or more away fixtures this season and it's one ticket per client reference.

Kick off for the clash, which takes place on Sunday 7th March, is 13.45pm at the Majeski Stadium. The Sunderland clash will be rearranged.

Tickets can be got in the normal way, and are priced as follows:

£20 - adult season ticketers
25 - adults
15 - young adult, and over 65 season ticketers
20 - young adult, and over 65
10 - under 16 season ticketers
15 - under 16's

Good to see the seasoners getting a discount!

Sale Dates

On sale to all season card holders who have been to eight or more away fixtures in the 2009-10 season*
Friday February 26: On sale to all season card holders who have been to five or more away fixtures in the 2009-10 season*
Monday March 1: On sale to all season card holders who have been to two or more away fixtures in the 2009-10 season*
Tuesday March 2: On sale to all season card holders*
Wednesday March 3: On sale to all supporters who have an AVFC booking history in the 2009-10 season* (Subject to availability)
Thursday March 4: On sale to all supporters who have an AVFC booking history*

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday February 25 2010
Time: 7:00AM

Comments

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I don't understand this one ticket per client reference. They said the same about last night's game, but when I asked at the ticket office I was told I could have 6.
Mikey D-Man
25/02/2010 09:24:00
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Quite simple Mikey D. When a game is likely to have a surplus of tickets (like last night) then they want to make as many available as possible to fans with a client reference. When the demand is going to outstrip supply, as is likely with the Reading game, then there is just one per client reference. This is to ensure the fans who go the most get the first refusal of tickets.
voiceoftheholte
25/02/2010 12:52:00
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Quite simple Mikey D. When a game is likely to have a surplus of tickets (like last night) then they want to make as many available as possible to fans with a client reference. When the demand is going to outstrip supply, as is likely with the Reading game, then there is just one per client reference. This is to ensure the fans who go the most get the first refusal of tickets.
voiceoftheholte
25/02/2010 12:52:00
0
ah ok thanks!
Mikey D-Man
25/02/2010 16:11:00
0
ah ok thanks!
Mikey D-Man
25/02/2010 16:11:00
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