Extra Coach Seats Now Available For Stoke Trip With Southampton Away Travel !
Tuesday, 26th Sep 2017 22:34
Saints fans favourite independent coach travel to away games, Southampton Away Travel have laid on an extra coach to Stoke City on Saturday.
Southampton Away Travel have laid on an extra coach up to the Bet 365 stadium on Saturday and the cheap price not only includes food but a free souvenir as well.
The all inclusive price is only £26.95 for a trip that not only has the usual food, 4G wifi and on board entertainment but a free souvenir.
As usual there are plenty of pick up points
Pick-up Points and Times
Bournemouth (Laguna Hotel) – 06:30
Moe details of this trip including booking, as well as the upcoming fixture at Brighton can be found using the link below
Southampton Away Travel is a small family business aiming to provide travel in comfort by coach and/or air from Dorset, Hampshire & West Berkshire to your designated Football Away Match venue throughout the United Kingdom & recently including mainland Europe.
The business has been thriving for the last 6 years and long it may well continue with everyone’s help and support by the people close to the family.
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