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Tickets | Bury (a)

Tickets | Bury (a)

The Saddlers travel to Gigg Lane this weekend for what will be a difficult start to the campaign for Jon Whitney's men. The Shakers have recruited a number of high profile players this summer and will be looking for a positive start to the season.

The game is a 3pm kick off this Saturday and ticket prices and info are as follows:

Saddlers fans have an initial allocation of 350 East Stand tickets, but this game is NOT all-ticket.

Adults: £20.00

Over-65s: £14.00

Under-23s: £14.00

Under-18s: £10.00

Under-12s: £5.00

Under-5s: FREE

Disabled: £14.00*

*Carers free of charge if required. Relevant documentation must be shown, including one of the following: receipt of higher or middle rate DLA mobility or care component or documentation on the points system - 10pts or above. A blue badge is not considered sufficient proof.

Information for disabled supporters:

The Main Club Car Park has a number of blue badge spaces, operated on a first-come, first-served basis. The blue badge needs to be valid and on clear display. Within Bury`s dedicated away end all of the toilets and snack bars are wheelchair accessible. There is also a dedicated section for wheelchair users and their carers.



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Writer:TP1992
Date:Monday July 31 2017
Time: 10:29PM

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