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Cobblers Up Owls FA Cup Ticket Prices

Ticket prices for the Owls' FA Cup 2nd round tie against Northampton Town will be 15 for non-season ticket holders - thanks to Northampton failing to agree to lower prices.

Wednesday had suggested charging a minimum ticket price of 10 for adults for the clash at Hillsborough on Saturday, November 27 (kick-off 3pm).

But the prices have to be agreed between both competing clubs in the prestigious competition, and Town's decision not to agree to the prices recommended by Wednesday means fans of both clubs will be paying more.

Season ticket holders can purchase tickets for 12 for adults and 6 concessions, but non season ticket holders will pay 15 if they're an adult, and 10 if they're a concession.

Season ticket holders must purchase their tickets before the day of the game to get the reduced rate.

Tickets will go on sale to season ticket holders of both clubs on Wednesday from 9am, with tickets only initially available in the South Stand for Wednesdayites.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 8 2010

Time: 8:10PM

Your Comments

greedy southerners....
Patrick Blondeau
Greedy chuffs! You'd think they'd want a lower price for their own fans, serve em right if they don't sell their allocation and bugger all turn up for em. They know the crowd will be a decent one, they're just trying to make money from us.
tarnyowl
i'd actually love it if nobody went, serve them right. You think would be happy with what they got from their trip to anfield.
DEZZYP
Our boss has been told what ever he makes from this competition he can spend! Obviously we are expected to lose so the more we make from gate reciepts the better!
Cobbler_Matt
 

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