City At Accrington Tickets On General Sale This Morning

By CNS Sport
Last updated : 05 October 2017

Tickets for Coventry City's League Two game at Accrington Stanley go on general sale this morning.

City have an allocation of 1,000 terrace tickets and 341 seats for the game on Saturday 14th October at the Wham Stadium.  

SALE DATES/KEY DATES:

General Sale: 
Friday 6th October – 9am online/call centre, 10:30am in person 

End of postal dispatch:

Tuesday 10th October – 2pm. After this time, tickets will be for collection only.

Off-Sale:
Friday 13th October – Midday

Any tickets not collected from the Butts Park Ticket Office will be sent to Accrington for collection on the day. 

TICKET INFO & PRICES:

We have been given an allocation of 1000 tickets for the Coppice Terrace, and 341 seated tickets for the Whinney Hill Stand.

Supporters can purchase six tickets per person. 

Adult - £20
Seniors (64+) - £15
Young Adult (18-21) - £10
NUS - £15
Under 18 - £15
Under 12 - £5

Ambulant disabled tickets are charged at the age relevant rate.

Wheelchair disabled tickets can be purchased by calling 01254 356950. Wheelchair users are accommodated in the main stand wheelchair area.

HOW TO BUY:

Tickets will be available in advance online, via the call centre, and in person. The easiest way to purchase your ticket will be online at eticketing.co.uk/ccfc or via the call centre on 0844 453 9134 (Monday – Friday, 8am to 8pm. Saturday/Sunday, 8am to 6pm.)

Tickets will also be available in person from the Ticket Office at the Butts Park Arena – weekdays, 10:30am – 4:30pm (Excluding Wednesdays when it is closed)

DISABLED SUPPORTERS:

Ambulant disabled tickets are charged at the age relevant price.

Wheelchair disabled tickets are available directly from Accrington Stanley on 01254356950.

More information - https://www.ccfc.co.uk/news/2017/september/tickets-details-as-the-sky-blues-travel-to-accrington/

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