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WEMBLEY TICKET DETAILS

The Seasiders have announced ticket details ahead of the Championship Playoff Final next Saturday.

Tickets are due to go on sale at 9am tomorrow morning from the ticketing office and are priced at: 98, 76, 64 and 52. All under-16 and over-60 tickets are half the price of their respective category.

There are a number of different ways to purchase your ticket other than going down to Bloomfield Road, with 'Seetickets' being used as an online and telephone provider.

Season ticket holders have until the close of business on Saturday to get their hands on the playoff tickets.

To book yours online, click here >>> The link will become live as of tomorrow morning.

Alternatively, you can ring 'See' on 0871 230 7158.

Booking fees and delivery charges apply to both methods of payment.

Season ticket holders can buy six tickets per book.




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Writer: Editor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 12 2010

Time: 5:33PM

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excellent, as long as there are no long Q's for tikets or touts selling them for 100's.
autistic_seasider
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12/05/2010 17:51:00

Not being a season ticket holder but lifelong fan - I wish we could get prebook access to tickets as trying to organise flights is a nightmare- Season ticket holders should have first pick but surely their is enought to go round so why keep me waiting Steve Eckersley Lifelong fan & Former Physio to Frarsrbugh FC
nunu
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14/05/2010 15:33:00

Just like to clarify a point made by a Mr Steve Eckersley claiming that he was a physiotherapist for Fraserburgh FC. At no time has Mr Eckersley worked at Fraserburgh FC as a qualified physiotherapist - sponge boy would be more appropriate.
susan forbes
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17/05/2010 22:59:00

 

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