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Bolton Tickets Now On Sale
Friday, 16th Aug 2019 14:05

Tickets for Town’s game at Bolton Wanderers next Saturday are now on general sale.

The Blues had previously been given no details regarding ticketing by the financial crisis-stricken club, hence they are going straight to general sale.

Seats are available from ITFC Direct now and at Planet Blue from Monday once they have been received from the Trotters. There will be no sales on matchday for Town fans.

Match tickets cost £20 for adults and £10 for seniors 65+, under-23s and under-18s. Coach travel is £37 for adult, £34 for seniors 65+ and under-23s and £31 for under-19s.


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Saxonblue74 added 14:17 - Aug 16
Won't be travelling myself but if I were I think I'd wait till last minute to buy a ticket! A lot could happen there in a few days!
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BlueBlood90 added 14:42 - Aug 16
How are Bolton able to play their games but Bury aren't? They're in more debt and don't have a suitable buyer lined up but seem to be getting preferential treatment.
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runningout added 15:09 - Aug 16
not good idea for all Saxonblue
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BlueArrow added 15:59 - Aug 16
Pay up front and no tickets on sale on match day. You're having a laugh 😁
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Facefacts added 16:45 - Aug 16
Daylight robbery
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blues1 added 17:32 - Aug 16
Blue blood90. The whole point is that Bolton do have a buyer lined up. A deal which is now going through. And that's why they are able to play their games
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Umros added 21:21 - Aug 16
This is all Barry Knights fault......
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