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Season ticket holders offer for Stoke ends today!

Season ticket holders offer for Stoke ends today!

Remember that if you are a season ticket holder and you want to go to the league cup game with Stoke you can save a fiver, but you must buy your ticket today!

If you were going to the game anyway then it is a no-brainer you will want to save yourself £5 on your match ticket, right? Why pay £20 when you can have it for £15... This week we have had this chance to do so.

Below I again re-issue the info that The Pompey Site published back along, with all the details you need so do not miss out on your saving!

You could call the ticket line number below, but I did mine online - beneath or tickets currently on sale you will see that your seat has been reserved for the league cup game, all you need to do is tick the box and complete your card details, it takes a minute or so to do and avoids the costs of a phone call.

Just in case you have not done this yet, but plan to go to Stoke, as a season ticket holder make sure you order today for your final chance at your saving...

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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CUT-PRICE STOKE TICKETS

Pompey's season ticket holders can take advantage of a very special offer for the Blues' Carling Cup clash against Stoke on Tuesday, October 27.

For one week only, they will be able to load the game onto their season cards for a special reduced price.

Between Monday, October 5 and Friday, October 9 they will be able to purchase their seat for just £15 for adults, £8 for senior/young person and £3 for juniors. There will also be no booking fee for tickets purchased online or by telephone during this period.

These prices will only be available for that week, season ticket holders who purchase outside of this period will be issued with paper tickets, charged at the full match prices (below).

Members will be able to load their cards on Monday, October 12 and Tuesday, October 13, before general sale commences on Wednesday, October 14.

Members who purchase outside of their exclusive period will be issued with paper tickets.

Full match prices (from October 12):

Adult £20
Senior £10
Junior £5

Tickets can be purchased by calling 0844 847 1898 (option one), online at www.portsmouthfc.co.uk/etickets or in person at the club's ticket office in Rodney Road.

Carling Cup Matches:

Season ticket holders who do not purchase the normal seat associated with their season ticket during the advertised priority booking period will not have their card automatically activated for the game.

Once the priority booking period has closed for season ticket holders, if they wish to attend a cup game they will need to purchase a ticket either in person at the ticket office, via the telephone (0844 847 1898) or via the web (www.eticketing.co.uk/portsmouth).

Priority booking dates for matches are clearly advertised on the club's official website.


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday October 9 2009
Time: 9:43AM

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Thanks for the reminder Rug .. Just got mine .. You saved me 3 x £5 looks like me Rob and Darren owe you a beer ..
Chix
09/10/2009 12:06:00
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glad to help - and if it means i can get a beer, or 2 or 3 even better :-)
pompeyrug
09/10/2009 12:32:00
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lets hope the attendance is up on the last round at home. any ideas on how many tickets sold..
pompeyhussler
09/10/2009 13:02:00
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Got mine last night!! Couldn't get the game up on-line though had to ring (our friends at) Ticketmaster
eastneydave
09/10/2009 13:28:00
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