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Ticket news: Middlesbrough v Birmingham

Ticket news: Middlesbrough v Birmingham

Ticket sale information for the next fixture (away):

Middlesbrough v Birmingham City
Saturday 9 August (15:00 K.O)

Sky Bet Championship - Riverside Stadium

Ticket allocation: 1459

Prices; 31 Adult; 23 Senior (65+); 16 Under 18s
Disabled tickets are priced at the relevant band and include a free carer

There are 10 wheelchair spaces and carer tickets located in the East stand.
Tickets are available to be purchased in advance online, from the BCFC store or by calling the Ticket Office on 0844 557 1875 (option 2) from Friday 1 August at 9am until Friday 8 August at 4pm.

- Friday 1 August: Platinum & Gold Travel Club Members
- Saturday 2 August: Silver Travel Club Members
- Monday 3 August: Season Ticket Holders and True Blue Members
- Wednesday 5 August: General Sale

Coach travel is available for 18 Season ticket holder/True Blue member; 17 for Senior/student/junior season ticket holder; 19 Adult non season ticket holder; 18 Senior/student/junior non season ticket holder.
Coaches leave St Andrews at 9:30am

Tickets purchased online are subject to a 1 booking fee per ticket; 24 hour Ticket Master call centre charge an additional 1.76 per ticket and 60p postage for first class postage



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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Thursday July 31 2014
Time: 4:08PM

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Hope there will be some left come monday
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