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Just the Ticket-Norwich City

The Clarets face Norwich City at Carrow Road on Saturday 6th November (Kick-Off 3pm) and 1400 tickets have been allocated. These are now on sale to season ticket holders, Foundation Members and members via postal applications.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults: 28

60+: 23

U16: 20

U12: 13

For postal applications, please include your customer number, tickets required, stamped addressed envelope and cheque/ card details (please don`t send cash), or hand in application to the Ticket Office at Turf Moor.

Tickets are also available for Foundation members. Please call 01282 700023.

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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 16 2010

Time: 9:07AM

Your Comments

I know this is relatively local to me but I been a couple of times to Carrow Road and might give this one a miss! Just too much upheaval in my life at the moment with all this travelling between Cambs-Huddersfield-Burnley-Rossendale. Have to be selective for away games this season and I am generally picking those grounds I have not been to
turfmanphil
Went a couple of years ago to Carrow Road and had a cracking day ( we met in that pub near the train station TMP - Or was it on the train?), Easy direct train from Sheffield. Just a shame about the game that day! Wont be going this year though. A mates birthday so its back to Leics for me!
Claretdale
I went to university in Norwich so always try and get along to our games at Carrow Road as I know the city well and saw plenty of The Canaries whilst I lived there. This year I'm taking a former Mrs RickersTwickers who can't decide whether she supports Citeh, Arsenal or Ipswich. We met in the hotel opposite the station in November 1986 so it will be a bit of a nostalgic trip this time. Hopefully there won't be a domestic during the game.
RickersTwickers
 

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