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Just the Ticket-Arsenal

The Clarets have been allocated 1410 tickets for the trip to Arsenal on Saturday 6th March 2010.(3pm Kick-Off)

With both sides now out of the FA Cup, this match can now go ahead as planned. The 6th March was also allocated for the FA Cup 6th Round ties.

Postal Applications are invited from Monday 8 February 2010 from supporters with 2300 loyalty points or more.

Tickets are priced as follows:

Adults- £33
Over 65s - £14.50
Under 16s - £13.50

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

There are 12 pairs of wheelchair tickets and 9 pairs of visually impaired/ambulant tickets priced at £16.50, with the carer/companion admitted free of charge.If applying for disabled tickets, please state whether you require a wheelchair or ambulant ticket and mark your application for the attention of Michael Jolliffe.

Foundation members can purchase tickets from 9.15am on Monday 8th February by calling 01282 700023.


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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 4 2010

Time: 10:28AM

Your Comments

Not on my list of games that are a vital 3 points!! ;-) Will still be going though
turfmanphil
Who else is going by the way? This is the easiest game for me to go to. Simple train journey from Huntingdon direct to Finsbury Park.
turfmanphil
Unfortunately I can't go as I am working, The only remaining away games I am going to be able to get to are Wigan and Sunderland. I see the ticket prices are fairly reasonablefor this match.
sheclaret
I was expecting this to be a £50 job - now its £33 I am very tempted. Why only 1410 tickets though?
Claretdale
Mainly to do with the demand for gooner tickets claretdale - it never ceases to amaze me how difficult it is to get tickets to see my own ferkin team! Silver members get first pick of the seats, then red members, then they go on general sale if there are any left. Believe me, it barely every goes to general sale nowadays.
Gunnerman
Well done to Arsenal though GM for keeoing the ticket price reasonable unlike the £40-£50 we have to suffer at Stamford Bridge/Old Trafford. Sympathy with you for the home games, I have a similar problem getting to the big away games. (Not enough Loyalty points which is bollox really)Hopefully not this one though since it's not down the road like Blackburn or Man U!
turfmanphil
You could always take up watching Wigan or Bolton, gunnerman. They usually have spare seats, even after letting 5000 of my fellow Clarets in; and, I am sure you agree, it's cracking entertainment, especially at BolNOT.
Couch Potato
Just seems a little harsh Gunnerman thats all. 1410 must only be 2-3% of your capacity. We had 5000 in the cup last season which I know is down to a minimum allocation for the FA Cup. Maybe their should be something similar for league games?
Claretdale
I suspect BFC have played this one cautiously and only asked for 1400 to avoid being left with any unsold tickets that they have to cough up for. Given that we went to Arsenal last year, aren't going to favourites and there are a few more local games coming up we'll do well to sell out our allocation. Mind you, I'll be there and quite pleased that the ticket prices aren't as bad as I expected - very good value for young'uns and old'uns.
RickersTwickers
Fair points from RT there. Will be interesting to see if this one finishes up with tickets still available on general sale
turfmanphil
Very good points RT - i think similar happened last year in the cup. I think we were offer 9k, but only took 5 as we would have had to pay for any left unsold.
Claretdale
Ticket prices are cheaper than Burnley home games (for non members) well done Arsenal.
Grimsby Claret
Tour probably right RT, as I always thought that you had to allow 10% of your capacity to away fans, not sure how correct I am on this., so it could be down to BFC only requesting the 1400.
sheclaret
 

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