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Just the Ticket-Birmingham

The Clarets play their last away game of the season against Birmingham City at St Andrews on Saturday 1st May 2010 (3pm Kick-Off) and the club have now announced ticketing details for this clash.

Postal applications are invited from today Monday 12th April for those season ticket holders with 1500 loyalty points or more.

Tickets are priced as follows:

20 for Adults

12 for Senior Citizens, Children aged 12-16 and Students aged up to 22 (Must produce Student NUS card at turnstiles)

7 Under 12s

Wheelchair tickets are priced at 20 adults, 12 concessions and 7 juniors with a carer`s ticket issued free of charge.

The club request that postal applications include your Clarets Number, your name and address, a cheque (not cash) made payable to Burnley Football Club and a stamped addressed envelope.


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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 12 2010

Time: 12:38PM

Your Comments

Let's hope our season is still alive by the time we visit St.Andrews. Will be going if I can get a ticket no matter what
turfmanphil
Very reasonable prices
8clarets8
I will also be going, ticket permitting.
Claretdale
Bought mine this morning, me and minivr have our tickets! I do like the foundation office ladies, I have only failed (when trying) to get Rovers, Liverpool, Man City away tickets this season. I will have in all competitions missed 7 games this season. No wonder I need a full time nurse! lol keep the faith and UTC
VinRogue
Yep,just done the same for me & CP! Rovers & Man U were the only ones I couldn't get tickets for via Foundation. If we do go down I wont miss this ticketing system though and will make sure I have enough Loyalty points for next time we hopefully go up
turfmanphil
Really poor to say this but if we go down then all the following teams are closer in travelling distance for me than home games at Burnley Sheff Wed, Sheff Utd, Notts Forest, Doncaster, Leicester, Barnsley, Derby, Scunthorpe, Leeds if,Norwich if, so I make that 9 or 10 possible shorter journeys away next season as only Hull this season has been close.....then it cost me over a fiver to go over the Humber bridge twice! Feel a Victor Meldrew moment coming on.....golf clubs woman!
VinRogue
Ipswich and Norwich obviously good for me. Leicester,Coventry, Derby, Forest not too bad if they all stay in Champs London clubs and those in the South are also good for me. QPR,Palace, Watford, Reading, Pompey Keeping one eye on Millwall,Charlton and Colchester too. Damned annoyed Posh got relegated,closest ground to me Will probably try and get to them all though and whack up the Loyalty points
turfmanphil
Two tickets secured today for myself and Ansdell Claret - courtesy of the always helpful Foundation.
RickersTwickers
 

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