BURTON Albion will this season be designating some fixtures as priority games.The first priority game will be the home match against Coventry City on Sunday, September 6, kick off 2.30pm, followed by Sheffield United on Tuesday, September 29, at 7.45pm.
Tickets for the Coventry game are currently on sale, however, you will need to be registered on the ticketing system by midnight on Monday, August 31. After this date only supporters who have already registered on the new ticketing system and have obtained the unique FAN ID will be able to purchase tickets on line. All other supporters will have to visit the Ticket Office prior to the fixture.
Tickets for the Sheffield United game will go on sale at 9am on Tuesday, September 1 and only supporters who have already registered by midnight Monday, August 31 on the ticketing system will have access to purchase tickets on line giving them priority over general sale which will be available from the Ticket Office following the Coventry City game on Sunday, September 6.
All season ticket holders and Vice Presidents will already be registered and can use their existing season tickets for these two fixtures.
Fans who have registered will be able to buy tickets on line as soon as the priority window opens. Fans buying seats will be able to choose their seat online and fans choosing to stand can specify which terrace.
Fans booking online can also benefit from the advanced ticket prices and will know they have secured admission to some of the most popular fixtures of the League One season.
For priority games there will be no cash admission on the turnstiles. Any remaining tickets will only be available to purchase on the day at the ticketing windows by home fans were we would expect there to be queues so we would recommend purchasing in advance.