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Royals Take Full Bradford City Ticket Allocation

23 February 2015
By Hob Nob Anyone?

The club have done a great job in marketing tickets for Reading's FA Cup quarter final match at Bradford City on Saturday 7 April. We needed to sell out the initial allocation of 2,709 tickets fast to make it worthwhile taking up the second allocation. Tickets went on general sale this morning and the first batch were sold out inside an hour. The fast take up of tickets means that the Royals have now requested their full allocation from Bradford and should have an excellent turn out of traveling fans.

There are 1,587 additional tickets now on-sale from the club meaning Reading's full allocation is 4,296. If you'd like tickets for the game then the advice is to make sure you book on-line today to ensure you get tickets before they sell out.

The fast sale of tickets to see Reading take on former Reading legend Phil Parkinson's League One side has been helped by the low prices. The tickets are prices at £15 for aduults, £10 for concessions (overs 60s and students) and just £5 for children.

The prices look set to guarantee a sell out crowd at Valley Parade as the two sides battle to become one of the final four teams left in the competition and take a historic semi-final place at Wembley. Reading have excellent away form at the moment, but that won't stop Bradford being the public's favourite to claim another higher division scalp. The Royals are probably underdogs against Parkinson's promotion chasing team.

For those not making the long trip to Bradford for the 12:45pm kick-off, the game is being screened live free of charge on BT Sport 1.

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