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Owls fans snapping up Wycombe tickets

Tickets for the Owls' final match of the season against Wycombe Wanderers are selling fast - with the club advising fans to buy tickets sooner rather than later.

Over 21,000 tickets have already been bought for the contest, matching the take-up of Sheffield derby tickets at S6, and the game is all-set to be a sell-out as things stand.

Ticket Office manager Alastair Wilson said: 'There was a high demand for this game prior to the weekend but we have been inundated since the win over Carlisle on Saturday.

'The pattern so far is very similar to the Sheffield United game, where many supporters missed out on tickets, so I would advise our fans to ensure they purchase their tickets as soon as possible.

'We fully expect this game to completely sell out to Wednesdayites.'

The game could be crucial if Wednesday manage to take the fight for automatic promotion into the final day of the season and Wednesdayites should buy their tickets in advance to avoid missing out.

They can be bought from the Owls Megastore, by telephone on 0871 900 1867 or online at www.swfc.co.uk/tickets.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 24 2012

Time: 10:59PM

Your Comments

I hope the home allocation includes a major chunk of Leppings Lane, I can't imagine Wycombe bringing enough fans to fill that end somehow. Why not restrict them the northwest corner? Should be big enough and if it isn't, tough. Wednesdayites should have priority.
OurMaurice
One last effort players and fans all in it together, we love you wednesday we do we love wednesday we do.....
jordo8owl
Nightmare. Working this Saturday. Away to sunnier climbs next friday. Hope to be able to get Sky Sports news and possibly a cup final next week. Up the Owls.
Kettering OWL 1963
The latest talk is of a total sell-out for three sides of the ground and about 570 Wycombe fans 'filling' Leppings Lane. This is joke shop organization if true.
OurMaurice
 

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