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Semi final tickets details revealed

Pompey have announced the ticketing details for the 32,600 tickets that we have available for the FA cup semi final with West Brom - taking place at 12.15 on Saturday 5th April. Rather than confuse the issue, this is what the Pompey Site has confirmed:

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Pompey have been given an allocation of 32,600 tickets for their FA Cup semi-final against West Bromwich Albion at Wembley on Saturday, April 5, kick-off 12.15pm.

Tickets will cost 55, 45, 35 and 25 for adults and 45, 35, 25 and 15 for concessions (16 and under, over 60 or students with a valid NUS card that are currently registered on the club`s ticket database).

You will be registered on the club's ticket database if you have a bought a ticket from Pompey in the last five years.

There will be no tickets available to buy from the Pompey ticket office. All sales will be through Ticketmaster on 0844 847 1898.

First Phase:
Tickets will go on sale to season ticket holders and Blue Army/Junior Blues members from 2pm on Tuesday, March 18 until midnight on Saturday, March 22 (one ticket per season ticket holder/member).

Please Note: Season Ticket Holders and Members MUST have their Client Reference Number ready when booking your tickets or we will not be able to process your booking.
Supporters groups (including exiles) and away season ticket holders will be dealt with directly via the ticket office.

Executive and commercial partners will be allocated one ticket per application via the commercial department.

The maximum number of tickets available in this first release is 18,000.

Second Phase:
There will then be a second phase on sale between 6am on Monday, March 24 and midnight on Wednesday, March 26 where season ticket holders ONLY can purchase tickets. In this phase there is a maximum of two tickets per season ticket holder. There will be 4,000 tickets available and these will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

Tickets will cost 55, 45, 35 and 25 for adults and 45, 35, 25 and 15 for concessions (16 and under, over 60 or students with a valid NUS card that are currently registered on the club`s ticket database).

All sales will be through Ticketmaster on 0844 847 1898.

Third Phase:
3,000 tickets will be made available to supporters who attended the FA Cup quarter-final match against Manchester United at Old Trafford or the Premier League matches against Birmingham or Aston Villa at Fratton Park.

These applications should be made by post only and will be accepted between Sunday, March 16 and Saturday, March 22.

Only 45 adult tickets and 35 concession tickets (16 and under, over 60 or students with a valid NUS card that are currently registered on the club`s ticket database) are available in this category.

Only supporters who are in possession of a ticket stub for any of these matches may apply. This phase is NOT open to season ticket holders or members.

One ticket will be allocated per stub and there is a maximum of two stubs per application.
The following is required for postal applications (if any elements are missing, the application will be void):

- Manchester United, Birmingham or Aston Villa ticket stub
- Method of payment - credit/debit card details or cheque made payable to 'Portsmouth City Football Club'. NO CASH.
- Stamped addressed envelope

Send applications to:
PFC Ticket Office,
Rodney Road,
Portsmouth,
PO4 8SX

Applications will NOT be accepted in person and only successful applicants will be notified.
Please Note: If any of the stubs are found to belong to a season ticket holder or current member, the application will be rejected.

Fourth Phase:
6,500 tickets will then go on general sale from 6am on Thursday, March 27 until midnight on Wednesday, April 2. There is a maximum of two tickets per person and you must be on the current PFC database to be eligible for these tickets.

Tickets will cost 55, 45, 35 and 25 for adults and 45, 35, 25 and 15 for concessions (16 and under, over 60 or students with a valid NUS card).

These tickets are only available through Ticketmaster on 0844 847 1898.

Any tickets unsold in earlier phases will be added to the number of tickets available in this phase.

Tickets for wheelchair applications and the visually impaired:

There are also 100 wheelchair and 50 visually impaired tickets available at 25 each (includes carer).

Current PFC disabled season ticket holders need to apply by post to Allison McNeil at:
PFC Ticket Office,
Rodney Road,
Portsmouth,
PO4 8SX

Postal applications only will be accepted between Tuesday, March 18 and Saturday, March 22.

The following is required for postal applications (if any elements are missing, the application will be void):

- Client Reference Number
- Method of payment - credit/debit card details, cheques made payable to 'Portsmouth City Football Club'. NO CASH.
- Stamped addressed envelope

Disabled non-season ticket holders need to apply between Monday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 26. Applications need to be sent to the same address.

Tickets will be allocated on a first come, first serves basis.

The following is required for postal applications (if any elements are missing, the application will be void):

- Proof of qualification for this category of ticket
- Method of payment - credit/debit card details, cheques made payable to 'Portsmouth City Football Club'.
NO CASH.
- Stamped addressed envelope
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Well there you go fellas, I hope this all makes sense?

Hopefully this will give everyone that deserves a chance to get a ticket for Wembley, exactly that a chance to get a ticket for Wembley. It seems a fair and just way and all being well I should be able to get mine... something I had been worried that I would not!

One more thing that we have to also take into account is some work taking place on the tracks in the London area, so this 'could' cause chaos in and around London for those catching the train - this was the reason for the changing of dates for the West Ham game, orginally taking place on the weekend of the semi final...

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 14 2008

Time: 8:59AM

Your Comments

Let the madness start. I feel a bit like Charlie waiting for his golden ticket.
storagematt
That's great info Rug and hopefully as you say everybody will stand a chance of going. I'm a bit confused about phases 1 & 2 though .. Does it mean that as a season ticket holder who wants two tickets I ring up in phase 1 t get one and then ring up again in phase 2 to get another 1.. or .. do I wait until phase 2 to get the 2 and possibly lose out ... or If I can get 1 in phase 1 can I get another 2 in phase 2 .... i.e three in total ...Confused ???... I think I might ring the club for clarification... Seems I could risk not getting 1 if I wait to get 2 in phase 2 .....
Chix
also is there enough tickets in phase 1 to cover all the people open to them ??
seth82
Seems fair to all. The second phase is to allow season ticket holders to get extra tickets should they wish after getting one each in the first phase. Would be nice to see where in the ground the prices apply - i.e . a plan some like to watch from the side, others do not like to be too high (tough if you go to Newcastle) etc.
eastneydave
like you Chix I am confused on this, I'm a season ticket holder and my son has an aston villa ticket so for us to sit together it looks like I've got to wait to phase 2 and hope to get 2 of the 4000 tickets. I emailed the ticket office yesterday to ask them what happens if I miss out on the 4000. No reply as yet if I get one I'll post it. Ashfordblue
ashfordblue
Cheers Ashford .. I'll be interested to see whay they come back with .... It could turn out a bit messy with people having more tickets than they need to get two seats together .. could be a massive game of swappsies going on this time next week !
Chix
...just so long as i get a ticket (or two) im not complaining...
pompeycarpet
ashford, dont get your hopes up for a reply mate, ticket office are notoriusly bad at customer srevice!
pompey4me
you're right so far pompey4me, no reply yet I'll send it again and again to try to shame them into replying
ashfordblue
Good luck bud!
pompey4me
 

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