THE priority ticket window for the Port Vale game is now open.
The League One clash with Albion's Staffordshire rivals takes place on Saturday, October 24, with a 3pm kick off and has been designated a priority ticket fixture.
With a big crowd expected, there will be no cash-on-the-turnstiles admission and that means fans need a ticket for all areas of the ground - including the terraces.
Only fans who had registered for a unique Fan ID by September 18 will be able to buy tickets while the priority window is open. During the priority period, tickets can be purchased on-line only.
Each registered member is allowed to purchase up to two tickets. For any additional tickets you will need the priority number and surname of your friend or family member to buy on their behalf.
Tickets for the Port Vale game will go on general sale on September 30 at 9am at the ticket office.
All fans will be able to take advantage of reduced advanced ticket prices up until 5pm on Friday, October 23.
Fans will be able to buy tickets on the day of the game - but at matchday prices. They will be available from the ticket office up until 2.45pm. This could lead to queues at the ticket office, therefore fans are recommended to purchase tickets in advance.
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