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Chance to see Albion in play-off action now open to more fans
3:25pm Tuesday 6th May 2014 in News
The chance to see Albion in play-off action has been opened up to more fans.
Brighton and Hove Albion fans who have previously bought tickets in the past three years are now invited to purchase up to four tickets for the play-off semi-final home leg tie against Derby County.
Fans wanting to go to Thursday’s crunch game are being advised to log onto the club’s online ticket system to buy online now.
Adult tickets start from £30 while under10s get in for £8 while all prices include subsidised travel with an additional booking fees of £1.50 per ticket apply for telephone bookings and £1 per ticket for online bookings when opting to collect tickets.
Supporters unable to print their tickets at home are encouraged to collect them as early as possible from the club’s ticket office from three hours after purchase and not wait for the evening of the match.
The club estimate that there could be as many as 8,000 collections which will result in extensive queues ahead of the match and could mean a waiting time of up to 90 minutes. The ticket office will be open for collections from 9am to 7pm until Thursday. Tickets purchased online and loaded to smartcard or printed at home are excluded from booking fees.
Disabled Supporters should call the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901 (option 2) Season-ticket holders purchasing their own seat will have their ticket loaded to their smartcard.
Those opting to sit in alternative seats will not be able to load to smartcard and will be given the option to print at home or collect.
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