Ticket Promotion at Sheffield Wednesday Match
Tuesday, 7th Nov 2017 12:22
Town are holding a ticket promotion at the Sheffield Wednesday match at Portman Road on Wednesday 22nd November (KO 7.45pm).
Adult, senior citizens and under-23s prices for the game against the Owls, which is being shown live on Sky, are £15 in all areas with under-19s tickets £8 and under-12s £3.
Tickets are available from Planet Blue or online from ITFC Direct. Sheffield Wednesday are currently 11th in the Championship, a point and three places behind the Blues.
Meanwhile, around 1,000 staff from West Suffolk Hospital, Colchester Hospital, St Nicholas Hospice, St Elizabeth Hospice and EACH (Treehouse) will be the club's guests at the game.
In December he Blues' first-team players will be making their annual Christmas visits to those hospices and hospitals, as well as Ipswich Hospital with a similar number of their staff having been guests at the opening day match against Birmingham.
Frontline prison officers from HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill and HMP Hollesley Bay have also been given tickets for the Wednesday game, the club previously having staged 999 Day at the Fulham match when staff from the fire brigade, police and ambulance services were guests.
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