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Tickets: Shrewsbury (a)

Tickets: Shrewsbury (a)

Tickets are now on sale for Walsall's upcoming League One match against Shrewsbury Town at Greenhous Meadow on Friday 14th April.

Walsall fans have been allocated 1,507 reserved seat tickets for the Pro-Vision CCTV North Stand for this match, which is ALL TICKET.

There will be an order of sale for this game as follows:
2016/2017 Season Ticket Holders and supporters with an away booking history for this season will be able to purchase 2 tickets per person from Saturday 11th March to Saturday 18th March (inclusive)
Supporters with a booking history for this season will be able to purchase 2 tickets per person from Monday 20th March to Monday 27th March (inclusive)

Supporters with a past booking history will be able to purchase 2 tickets per person from Tuesday 28th March to Monday 3rd April (inclusive)

General Sale Tuesday 4th April 2017

Ticket Prices:

Adults: £20.00
Seniors (Over-65s): £15.00
Disabled (Carer free of charge is required): £15.00
Student (with valid NUS): £15.00
Young Adult (19-21): £15.00
Junior (12-18): £8.00
Junior (8-11): £6.00
Junior (Under-8s): FREE

There are 6 Disabled Parking Spaces available. Shrewsbury require us to make a list of supporters who require these spaces, which will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend that you request this when purchasing your tickets.

Tickets will remain on sale from the Banks`s Stadium Ticket Office until midday on Thursday 13th April.

Hopefully it's another day to remember in Shropshire!



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Writer:TP1992
Date:Monday March 13 2017
Time: 10:46PM

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