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Blades FA Cup Date and Ticket Prices Set
Thursday, 7th Dec 2017 16:13

Town’s FA Cup third round tie against Sheffield United at Portman Road has been confirmed for Saturday 6th January (KO 3pm), while adult ticket prices have been set at £10, senior citizens and under-23s seats £5 and under-19s £2.

The upper tiers of the Sir Bobby Robson and Sir Alf Ramsey stands and Blocks O, P, Q and R of the Co-Op Stand won’t be open for the tie.

Season ticket holders in the areas which are closed will be given priority on tickets elsewhere in the stadium. Cobbold Stand season ticket holders will be unaffected.Ticket priority details can be found on the club site.

Meanwhile, half-season tickets, starting from the QPR match on Boxing Day, are on sale via ITFC Direct and Planet Blue with an adult lower tier seat £245.

Danny Baker Live! Good Time Charlie's Back. Ipswich Regent Theatre, Ipswich, Thursday 10th May 2018 at 19:30. Get your tickets before they sell out.

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bluetit added 16:24 - Dec 7
is it those prices on the door?
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Sam added 16:28 - Dec 7
2 pound?? Wow my family and me are going!! UP THE TOWN!!!!!!
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GerkensBeard added 16:29 - Dec 7
Why are the upper tiers of those stands closed??
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blueblood66 added 16:38 - Dec 7
How embarressing.
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pinewoodblueboy added 16:48 - Dec 7
Well done to ITFC for the very sensible admission prices for what will in effect be a match between two clubs fielding teams made up of several "fringe" squad players. Should pull in a reasonable attendance.
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Elto added 16:51 - Dec 7
What Blueblood? Your spelling?
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jas0999 added 17:04 - Dec 7
You mean it’s not on TV, I’m stunned!

On a serious note, well done Town - excellent pricing structure.
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Currie10 added 17:05 - Dec 7
I assume because the club feel the crowd will be very low so absolutely no point in opening the upper tiers.

Guess if we sell a lot then they could change mind however seems likely - doubt be over 16,000
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TractorRef added 17:06 - Dec 7
Same as Lincoln last season but without their huge away support. It also suggests a reserve side. Ho-hum.
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cornishblu added 17:06 - Dec 7
Great ticket prices ...let’s hope MM looks to win this one....been critical of the lost generation ....perhaps a good show reminding us all of the magic of the cup...coupled with these v sensible prices may just win a couple back
COYB
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PhilTWTD added 17:16 - Dec 7
bluetit

I assume so, they scrapped the additional on-the-day £2.50 surcharge last summer.
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carsey added 21:03 - Dec 7
Anyone know what the capacity of the Upper North and Upper Churchman's stands are?
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braveblue added 21:48 - Dec 7
About £8 too much given the total disdain this manager gives to the Cup. I won’t be there.
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Cheshire_Blue added 10:07 - Dec 8
This is a sad reflection on what a mickey mouse competition this has become.
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