WITH tickets selling fast for Saturday’s League One clash with Walsall Burton Albion fans are being reminded to pre-purchase tickets.
The game is already guaranteed to be the biggest home attendance of the season and is an all-ticket match with no cash-on-the-turnstiles admission.
All seat tickets are now sold out and all away sections of the ground are also sold out. Only home terrace tickets remain for the match and fans are urged to buy them as soon as possible.
All fans will need a ticket to gain admission. These are on general sale now from the club shop and home fans who registered in time can also purchase using the on-line ticketing system.
All fans collecting tickets and buying tickets from the ticket window on the day will be asked for proof of identification and validation of their home address before being issued with tickets.
Walsall fans can no longer purchase tickets for this fixture.
Any remaining tickets will be sold on the day to home fans only but at matchday prices. They will also go off sale 15 minutes before the 3pm kick off.
All fans are asked to allow extra time to get into the ground due to the expected high attendance and congestion on the roads due to the ongoing roadworks around the Pirelli Stadium.