BURTON Albion’s home game against Walsall on Saturday, February 27, has been designated as a priority ticket fixture.
This means that there will be no cash-on-the-turnstiles admission and that all fans will need a ticket.
Supporters who have registered for the online ticketing system by 5pm on Sunday, January 17, and have obtained a unique FAN ID, will be able to purchase tickets from 9am on Monday, January 18, using the online ticketing system.
Only supporters who have already registered on the ticketing system will have access to purchase tickets on line.
Fans booking online can also benefit from the advanced ticket prices and will know they have secured admission to one of the most popular fixtures of the League One season.
Fans can choose their seat online and those choosing to stand can specify which terrace.
Tickets will go on general sale at 9am on Monday, January 25, at 9am.
All supporters can then make purchases from the ticket office in person or by calling 01283 565938.
This will not affect any supporters who wish to purchase tickets for other non-priority 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 these 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 where we would expect there to be queues so we would recommend purchasing in advance.