SUPPORTERS who wish to take advantage of the Club's very successful ground-breaking free Premier League coach travel initiative, will now be booked under an individual name basis.
Changes will take affect for the game against Swansea City on Sunday 10th November.
The move ensures coach travel falls in line with the Club's current policy for purchasing all home and away match tickets.
The Club would also like to remind supporters at this time of a number of regulations relating to free coach travel.
All supporters must book their places on the coaches in advance either in person at the Britannia Stadium Ticket Office or by phone on (01782) 367599.
There is strictly NO alcohol allowed on the coaches and any abuse of couriers and/or coach drivers will not be tolerated and will result in a ban from entry to ALL home and away matches.
Supporters must also travel both to and from the visiting stadium on the coach. Supporters are reminded to be back on the coach after the game at the time given by the courier, the drivers will be instructed to leave by police at a given time and we cannot wait for anyone not on the coach beyond that time.
If any supporter books a place on a coach but then fails to turn up, without prior notice given to the Club, they will be unable to take advantage of the offer in the future.