Additional 450 Tickets for Southend Trip
Tuesday, 15th Oct 2019 14:00
Town have been handed a further 450 tickets for the trip to Southend on Saturday 26th October (KO 3pm).
The Bluesâ€™ initial tranche of 2,000 tickets were sold before they reached general sale but the club have worked with the Shrimpers and the authorities to increase the allocation.
The 450 additional tickets will go on sale at 10am on Thursday 17th October to current season ticket holders, the previous allocation having sold out at that stage of the priority process.
It is expected that the tickets, which will be available via either ITFC Direct or Planet Blue, will sell out within an hour of going on sale.
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