BURTON Albion fans who have registered for the new ticketing system can now use their unique Fan ID number to purchase tickets for Sunday’s League One clash against Coventry.
They will also be able to take advantage of the priority window and purchase tickets for the home fixture against Sheffield United on Tuesday, September 29 (kick off 7.45pm).
The Sky Blues moved up to fifth in the table, two places behind the Brewers, after a 2-2 draw with Southend last night. Sunday’s game will therefore provide another tough test for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s team in front of the Sky TV cameras.
The game kicks off at 2.30pm and Brewers supporters with a Fan ID (also referred to as Priority Number or Buyer ID) can purchase tickets online for the game, saving money on match day prices.
The Coventry and Sheffield United fixtures have been designated as priority ticketing games.
For priority matches, only authorised home fans who have already registered and created accounts can purchase tickets using the online system and their unique ID.
Each registered member is allowed to purchase up to four tickets. For any additional tickets you will need the priority number and surname of your friend or family member to buy on their behalf.
For future fixtures the ticket quota may be reduced, so it's important supporters create individual accounts to enable them to purchase their own tickets and to link up with family and friends.
Brewers fans who have not registered can still purchase tickets for the Coventry game through the Burton Albion ticket office at the Pirelli Stadium.
The general ticket sale for the Sheffield United game will begin following the Coventry City game on Sunday.
Priority ticketing will not affect any supporters who wish to purchase tickets for other games as this can be done on line or via the ticket office.
All season ticket holders and Vice Presidents will already be registered and can use their existing season tickets for the priority fixtures.
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. They will go off sale at 2.15pm for the Coventry game and 7.30pm for the Sheffield United fixture. This could lead to queues at the ticket office, therefore fans are recommended to purchase tickets in advance.