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Ticket Offer for Millwall's Visit
Friday, 20th Apr 2012 09:08

Fans wanting to take full advantage of the ticket offer for Saturday’s home game against Millwall must do so before the end of today. The pricing scheme is similar to the one in place for match against Middlesbrough earlier in the year with adult tickets at £20.

Students/concessions and under-20s can buy their seats for £15 and under-16s for £5. On the day of the match, prices will rise by £2.50 for adults and concessions and £1 for under-16s. More details on the club site[1].

Meanwhile, the police have warned[2] that there could be traffic and crowd delays at Saturday’s game.

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havinit69[5] added 10:53 - Apr 20

£20 to watch ITFC Reserves ? - Nah, you're alright !

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brockleyblueboy[6] added 10:56 - Apr 20
^^Wally brain^^

Go support another team then.

Looking forward to await should be a good game and see some of the prospects for next season.

Each team has nothing to play for except pride and so am expecting a 40 yard screamer from jet!

COYB

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Mark[7] added 12:30 - Apr 20
It's only a small discount, but it is welcome.

The crowd for the full-priced match against Birmingham was certainly very disappointing.

So, how many season tickets did we sell?

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