Coventry Cup Ticketing Details
Thursday, 21st Nov 2019 13:00
Town have released ticketing details for the FA Cup second-round tie against Coventry City at St Andrew’s on Sunday 1st December (KO 2pm).
Prices for non-season ticket holders are £15 for adults, £10 for concessions (seniors 60-plus, young adults 21 and under, students and armed forces) and £5 for under-18s.
Seats for season ticket holders if purchased in advance of the match are £13 for adults, £8 for concessions (seniors 60-plus, young adults 21 and under, students and armed forces) and £3 for under-18s.
Tickets will go on sale to Gold Card holders from 10am on Monday 25th November, to season ticket holders from 10am on Tuesday 26th November, and to Silver Card holders from 10am on Wednesday 27th November before they go on general sale from 10am on Thursday 28th November.
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