In this instance, the club will advise supporters through the club programme and club website and will invoke the following priority policy:
(Easter) Monday 21 April 2014
Sky Bet League 1
Swindon Town vs Bradford City
Kick Off: 3:00pm
at the County Ground
The Bantams Ticket Office now has tickets to sell for City's forthcoming Sky Bet League 1 fixture at Swindon Town.
Ticket prices for the match are:
Adults - £25.00
Senior Citizen (over 60) - £19.00
Students (With NUS card) - £19.00 (must be full time students, not available on matchday)
Young Adults 16-18 - £17.00 (must be in possession of proof of date of birth)
Juniors 15 and under - £12.00
Disabled fans - £19.00 (includes a carer if required subject to DLA entitlement at mid or higher level)
Car parking at the County Ground is £10.00 per car. Coaches will be £20.00 each.
There is also a bar for away fans only at the County Ground called Bar 71, which serves draught beers and lagers as well as offering a range of snacks. The bar opens at 12 midday on match-days.
Saturday 3 May 2014
Sky Bet League 1
Tranmere Rovers vs Bradford City
Kick Off: 3.00pm
at Prenton Park
Match tickets for the Tranmere fixture are initially ONLY available to Priority Travel Members. This exclusive period for Priority Travel Members will end on Monday 14 April 2014 morning at 9:00am.
Admission prices will be:
Adults - £19.00
Seniors (65 +) - £11.00
Young Person (17-22) - £11.00
Under 17s - £7.00
Under 12s - £6.00
Under 7s - £5.00
Disabled Fans - £7.00
Carer - FOC
Wheelchair supporters will be hosted in the Tranmere end. Spaces must be booked through Tranmere first on 0871 221 2001.
Any supporter(s) buying tickets in the 'Young Person' category must have I.D with them at the point of purchase AND at the ground on match-day.
Students I.Ds are NOT ACCEPTABLE. Any I.D used must have the fans' date of birth on it.
Parking at the ground costs £5.00 per car on a first come, first served basis (including disabled bays).
The surrounding residential areas around Prenton Park are all permit holders ONLY when it comes to parking spaces. Any supporter(s) who takes the risk and parks in one of these areas will more than likely receive a parking fine.