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Burton Albion announce ticket details for home leg of play-off semi-final

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: May 01, 2014

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BURTON Albion have announced the pricing and release details for tickets for the upcoming League Two play-off semi-final at the Pirelli Stadium.

From 9am on Sunday, tickets will go on sale to vice presidents, season ticket holders (using Voucher H) and anyone who has retained their stub from the home areas of the ground (North Terrace, West Terrace and seating) from the home fixture with Chesterfield, who will have priority to claim their seats until 6pm on Tuesday, May 6.

For those retaining a seated stand ticket from the Chesterfield fixture, the ticket stub from that game will guarantee you a seat for the play-off semi-final, but will not necessarily guarantee you the same seat.

Priority for corporate hospitality seats are given to those re-booking from the Chesterfield fixture and is subject to availability.

Terrace tickets will go on general sale from 9am on Monday, May 5, while any remaining seated tickets will be sold from 9am on Wednesday, May 7.

PRICES

Seating: adults £18, over-65s/young person (17-22) £16, under-16s £8

Terracing: adults £15, over-65s/young person (17-22) £13, under-16s £5

Vice presidents: £25

Tickets can be purchased from the club shop at the Pirelli Stadium or by calling 01283 565938.

Car park permit holders must purchase their reserved space when buying a match ticket, priced at £2, and have until 5.30pm on Tuesday, May 6 to reserve their space.

Any tickets for visiting supporters must be purchased through the home club.

Albion’s opponents and fixture date will be confirmed following this Saturday’s fixture away at Southend United from the following times and dates:

Saturday, May 10 (7.30pm): first leg (seventh v Fleetwood Town)

Sunday, May 11 (noon): first leg (sixth v fifth)

Friday, May 16 (7.45pm): second leg (Fleetwood Town v seventh)

Saturday, May 17 (noon): second leg (fifth v sixth)

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