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Just the Ticket-Derby County

Burnley play Derby County at Pride Park on Saturday 27th August (Kick-Off: 3pm) in our second away League game of the new 2011-12 season.

We have been allocated 1291 tickets and the club have announced ticketing details as follows:

Adults: £28
60 years and over: £17:50
Under 18s: £12:50

You can also buy tickets on the day of the match at the away ticket office in the South Stand but they will cost you more to buy as follows:

Adults: £31
60 years and over: £19:50
Under 18s: £14:50

There are 10 wheelchair and carer tickets and 20 ambulant and carer tickets. These tickets cost £15 with the carer free.

Tickets went on General Sale on Monday 15th August

Tickets can now be obtained via postal application or at the ticket office.

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The Journalist

Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 15 2011

Time: 8:15AM

Your Comments

Been to this ground before but won't be going this season. Will be recommending a good pub in our 'Mathcday Drinky Poo' forum though for those that are and want a pre-match drink or five so watch this space.
turfmanphil
Been to this ground before but won't be going this season. Will be recommending a good pub in our 'Mathcday Drinky Poo' forum though for those that are and want a pre-match drink or five so watch this space.
turfmanphil
Went to this one too last year - a roasting hot day I recall - so will probably give this one a miss on cost grounds. There was a decent pub near the station. Right out of the exit, avoiding the massage parlour, and walk to the end of the road. The pub is on the corner. A small beer garden at the back and some decent ales on tap. Can't remember what it's called though and it is a good ten/fifteen minutes walk to the ground. So long as you behave yourself you'll be made very welcome.
RickersTwickers
Went to this one too last year - a roasting hot day I recall - so will probably give this one a miss on cost grounds. There was a decent pub near the station. Right out of the exit, avoiding the massage parlour, and walk to the end of the road. The pub is on the corner. A small beer garden at the back and some decent ales on tap. Can't remember what it's called though and it is a good ten/fifteen minutes walk to the ground. So long as you behave yourself you'll be made very welcome.
RickersTwickers
Yep thats the same one I went to during our promotion season I think...Brunswick I think its called. Was the one I was going to recommend
turfmanphil
Yep thats the same one I went to during our promotion season I think...Brunswick I think its called. Was the one I was going to recommend
turfmanphil
 

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