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Update: Play-off tickets now available for all
Updated 4:09pm Wednesday 7th May 2014 in News
Albion fans can get right on track for play-off action after the club made it even easier to get tickets.
A Brighton and Hove Albion mobile wagon will be at Brighton station from 6am tomorrow morning to give fans the chance to buy tickets for the crunch play-off game at the Amex later in the day.
The wagon will be stationed from 6am until kick-off for ticket purchases.
The club has also opened up the chance to see play-off action to all fans as the countdown to the Premier League push intensifies.
The club has announced in the last hour that tickets are now available to all fans wanting to see the game tomorrow, regardless of whether they have bought tickets with the club before.
Tickets were initially open to just season ticketholders and then relaxed for fans who had bought tickets in the past three years.
Now the offer is being widened still further as the club pushes for its biggest ever crowd at the American Express Community Stadium for the visit of Derby County at 7.45pm tomorrow in the play-off semi-final first leg.
Fans who wish to buy for the play-off home leg can do so now without any restriction and should log onto the club’s online ticket system to buy online now.
Online purchasers are strongly advised to use the print-at-home option – as up to 8,000 fans are already expected to want to collect tickets and queues expected to be long.
Those fans who are unable to print at home, are advised to collect from the stadium this afternoon, tomorrow or on Thursday morning, with the ticket office open from 9am until 7pm on each day.
Fans can also book on the phone by calling the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901. Please note print-at-home option is not available for telephone bookings.
Seagulls’ supporters can buy up to four tickets and prices start from £30 for adults, £15 for under 18s and £8 for under10s.
For full details visit www.seagulls.co.uk.
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