West Brom ticket details released

By SFC Media Thu 09 Mar West Brom vs Saints
Photo by Reuters | The Hawthorns

Saints visit the Hawthorns on Saturday 8th April, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm BST.

We have received an initial allocation of 1,682 tickets for the match, which will go on sale in the following order:

• Monday 13th March (9am) – Season Ticket holders who have attended at least two domestic away games from the 2016/17 season
• Tuesday 14th March (9am) – Season Ticket holders who have attended at least one domestic away game from the 2016/17 season
• Wednesday 15th March (9am) – Season Ticket holders
• Thursday 16th March (9am) – Official Members
• Friday 17th March (9am) – General sale

All sales dates are subject to remaining ticket availability.

Tickets will be priced as follows:

£30.00 for Adults
£20.00 for Over-60s
£20.00 for Under-23s
£10.00 for Under-17s

Please note, tickets bought in person at the Ticket Office will not be issued at the point of sale, and will be posted to you at a later date.

We will also receive an allocation of seven Wheelchair tickets, priced at £10 each, with the Enabler admitted free of charge. Ambulant Disabled tickets are also available at £10 each, with the Enabler admitted free of charge.

Please also note that for any concessionary tickets purchased, proof of age will be required on entry into the stadium.

Coach Travel can be purchased for this game, priced at £22 per person. Coaches will depart St. Mary’s Stadium at 09:30, Eastleigh at 09:45, Winchester at 10:00 and Chieveley at 10:30.

Tickets are sold subject to the Ticket Terms and Conditions and the Ticketing Policy.

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