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Ticket Details For Fulham Away Leg Revealed

08 May 2017
By Hob Nob Anyone?

Reading will take 2,000 fans to Fulham's Craven Cottage for Saturday's play-off final first leg. Fulham, and the other sides involved in the play-offs, have stuck to the "twenty's plenty" campaign and tickets will go on sale priced at £20 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for children. Initial sales of tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning to season ticket holders with over 3,500 loyalty points. Sales are then tiered over the following two days for existing season ticket holders depending on loyalty points. The structure means that only season ticket holders will be able to attend the fixture with the allocation certain to sell out before being opened up to non-season ticket holders.

  • Tuesday 9 May 09:00: Season ticket holders with over 3500 points
  • Tuesday 9 May 14:30: Season ticket holders with over 3000 points
  • Wednesday 10 May 09:00: Season ticket holders with over 2000 points
  • Wednesday 10 May 14:30: Season ticket holders with over 1000 points
  • Thursday 11 May 09:00: Remaining Season ticket holders
  • Thursday 11 May 14:30: Members with over 1000 Points

Meanwhile tickets for the home leg against Fulham at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday 16 May are already on sale to all members with over 25 points. Season tickets holders are able to purchase two tickets each and have their seats reserved until Wednesday morning. Ticket prices are the same as for the Fulham away game with adults priced at £20.

 

Discussion On This Story:

 LoyalRoyal22

» 30 Apr 2017 12:14

What ticket allocation can we expect at Fulham, Huddersfield or Sheff Wed .. ??

 George_

» 30 Apr 2017 14:32

Wouldn't be surprised if we got 2,700 for Fulham (depending on what they do with the neutral bit)

Huddersfield away allocation is around 2,000

Wednesday allocation would probably be between 2,000/4,000 so plenty for everyone

 Sutekh

» 30 Apr 2017 15:36

So is allocation like you would get for a league game or more along the lines of a cup tie?

 RG30

» 30 Apr 2017 15:44

Worth noting Hillsborough is operating under a reduced capacity at the moment because of SYP.

 Winchester Royal

» 30 Apr 2017 18:44

Playoff rules say 2000 or 10%, whichever is fewer. If we get Fulham we would likely be able to buy in the neutral end if we wanted, but these wouldn't be 'official' away tickets.

 Gunny Fishcake

» 30 Apr 2017 18:49

There will be more than enough for all possible three games to fulfil our needs.....worst game would be away for the Sunday 12 noon game

 Nameless

» 30 Apr 2017 19:08

The ticket office Manager at Fulham is a Royals fan, we'll get all the tickets we want.

 Royality creeps In

» 30 Apr 2017 19:32

We're Reading. As long as we get enough tickets to fill a couple of Horseman Coaches we will be fine :roll:

 Sutekh

» 01 May 2017 07:14



The fanbase is growing then...

 RG30

» 01 May 2017 19:43



Looks like Sheffield Wednesday have already set prices for opponents visiting Hillsborough regardless of the opposition

 CountryRoyal

» 01 May 2017 20:37



Considerably cheaper than what we paid when we went up there earlier this season.

 Nameless

» 01 May 2017 20:43

They will need to charge away fans the same.
I wonder if the 4 clubs have got together and agreed common pricing ?


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