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Just the Ticket for Old Trafford

The Clarets have been allocated 3,130 tickets for the away game against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday 16th January 2010 (Kick-off 3pm)

Postal Applications are invited from Thursday 17th December from supporters with 2300 loyalty points or more.

Please also note that due to the Christmas post, no tickets for this fixture will be posted until Monday 4th January 2010.

Tickets though can be collected from the club by qualifying supporters only from Saturday 26th December

Tickets are priced as follows:

51 Adults (25 Seniors, 15 Juniors) - towards goal line
42 Adults (23.50 Seniors, 15 Juniors) - in the corner of stand
41 Adults (23 Seniors, 15 Juniors) - in the corner of stand

The club have requested that you include an open cheque with your application made payable to Burnley Football Club, as they cannot guarantee that you will be allocated your first choice of ticket price.

Postal applications must include your Clarets Number, your name and address, an open cheque (not cash) and a stamped addressed envelope.


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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 15 2009

Time: 2:21PM

Your Comments

This should be fun trying to get a ticket (Not!)
turfmanphil
Disgracefull prices for a football match wont be long till they want 100pounds for a ticket hopefully fans will eventually wise up & say sex & travel!!!!
dannybhoy46
I suppose the ridiculous cost of a ticket could deter some folk allowing the rest of us to get one and be ripped off! :-( Wouldn't want to miss it though
turfmanphil
Agrre the prices are disgraceful but what were Chelsea? Similar or more? For me the sad thing is about allocation, those of us who are exiles, have been at Hartlepool, Barnsley, Pompey, Spurs, Stoke, West Ham and Wolves this weekend, but will miss out to a home season ticket holder of 4 years+? Home Loyalty = any away game of your choice, Away Loyalty = nothing, other than some good friends at far off places etc!
VinRogue
not for me this one, barmy price,,,,santa were are you when i need you,lol
palsdad
Gulp at those ticket prices, but getting the cheque book out! and getting in there, please santa let me get a ticket.
sheclaret
 

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