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Pompey on the road - away travel info

Pompey on the road - away travel info

The Pompey Site has announced details of this seasons away travel plans with Lucketts Travel.

So, anyone interested in away travel this season using the 'official' method of travel can find out more below...

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2009/10 AWAY TRAVEL PRICES

Pompey have again teamed up with Lucketts Travel to help supporters follow the Blues on the road in 2009/10.

There are five tiers of fare, taking into account the distance of the club from Fratton Park and demand for seats.

As one might expect, the travel costs to the London-based clubs are the cheapest while Sunderland - more than 300 miles away - is the most expensive.

The prices are as follows:

Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Tottenham and West Ham - adults £18, children £12

Aston Villa, Birmingham, Stoke, and Wolves - adults £25, children £17

Blackburn, Burnley and Wigan - adults £28, children £20

Bolton, Everton, Hull, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United - adults £31.50, children £23.50

Sunderland - adults £35, children £27

Please note:

These prices are for travel only and do not include the cost of match tickets.

Child fares apply to those aged 16 and under.

No children under the age of 16 will be permitted to travel without an adult (age 18 or over) and one adult must be present for every four children.

Teenagers aged 16 and 17 who travel without an adult will be required to have an indemnity form signed by a parent or guardian prior to travel.

The timing of closure of sales prior to a game will be at the discretion of Lucketts Travel.

Lucketts Travel reserve the right to amend fares in the event of fuel rate increases in excess of 5 per cent of the current rate (0.87 ppl excluding vat).


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday June 26 2009
Time: 1:14PM

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At first glance these prices don't look too bad, but I can remember some debate on the Quay last season (or was it the season before) if you compare them to other clubs away coach travel they're really a bit on the pricey side. Although if you live in the city or surrounding area they can be quite convenient.
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27/06/2009 17:26:00
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