Season Ticket Holders Get A Great Price For Spurs FA Cup Tickets
Wednesday, 15th Jan 2020 08:44
Some season ticket holders moaned earlier in the season when Saints heavily discounted a couple of games, now they get a reward for their patience with half price tickets for the Spurs cup tie.
As most will know by now Saints will now take on Tottenham Hotspur in the 4th round of the FA Cup at St Mary's on Saturday 25th January.
Season ticket holders who have paid their money nearly a year in advance for some games are now getting some extra benefit worth having for this game with prices halved from the normal Adult price for this fixture of £20 to £10 .
Totake advantage of special reduced pricing with tickets available at £10 for adults, £10 for Over-65s and 18-25s, or £5 for Under-18s. season ticket holders have to buy their seat from now up until Friday morning at 9am , at that point their seats will be relased for sale and if they want to attend the game they will have to pay the full price of £20.
Then from 9am on Friday morning, Official Members will be able to buy tickets ahead of general sale, starting at 3pm on the same day.
Prices from Friday will be £20 for adults, £15 for Over-65s and 18-25s, or £10 for Under-18s - prices will increase on the day of the game.
Please note that due to allocation, Season Ticket holders in the Northam Blocks 40, 41 and 42 will not have seats reserved and will have to choose alternate available seats, as is normal for cup ties where the visitors take the full allocation.
Of course the season ticket price is great, but even the normal price is great value to see a game that if Saints win they have a great chance of progressing further in the competition.
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