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Admission prices for 2013-4
Friday, 2nd Aug 2013 09:57 by Col

This is how much it's going to cost you to get into League games at Spotland this season.

Main Stand

Adult £20
Seniors (65+) £14
Young Person (17 to 21) £14
Juniors (16 and younger) £5

Sandy Lane Terrace

Adult £15
Seniors (65+) £10
Young Person (17 to 21) £10
Juniors (16 and younger) £5

Pearl Street Stand

Adult £18
Seniors (65+) £12
Young Person (17 to 21) £12
Juniors (16 and younger) £5

Willbutts Lane Stand (AWAY FANS ONLY)

Adult £20
Seniors (65+) £14
Young (17 to 21) £14
Juniors (16 and younger) £5

Anyone bringing a child aged seven or younger are advised to visit the main ticket office and pick up a free season ticket rather than paying the admission fee.

The Young Person ticket is not available on the turnstile and must be purchased from the main ticket office.

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MilnDale added 13:23 - Aug 2

No family stand tickets anymore ?
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ColDale added 13:33 - Aug 2
I don't think so. U-16 tickets have been vastly reduced for this season, and the family tickets may have been dropped as a result.
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pedrodale added 22:34 - Aug 3
If your kids are still at primary school its probably cheaper to pay on the gate than buy a season ticket as they may not go to all games due to some being played in evening
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