SUPPORTERS will be able to pay at the turnstiles ahead of Stoke City's friendly against Spanish outfit Real Betis at the Britannia Stadium on Wednesday (kick-off 7pm).
Fans looking to pay cash on the night are advised to head to turnstiles 3, 4, 10, 11, 15, 16, 22 and 23. However, supporters looking to pay for tickets via credit or debit cards should still make their way to the ticket office.
The meeting with Betis represents Stoke's only home game of the pre-season campaign and will take place 10 days before Mark Hughes and his men launch their Premier League campaign at home to Aston Villa.
Tickets for the Betis game are priced at £12 for adults and £6 for over 65s, under 17s & disabled. Only the Q-railing Stand and Boothen End sponsored by Staffordshire University will be open for the fixture with seats available on an unreserved basis.
All season card holders and club members can load the game onto their card when purchasing regardless of where they are sitting, as it is unreserved.
Season card holders are reminded that if they have the same seat and are in the same age band as the 2013/14 season they will need to continue to use their existing card.
Those who have either moved seats, changed age band or are a new season card holder should receive their new card through the post shortly. Entry for this game can still be loaded onto the new card.
To purchase tickets in advance of the game go online via scfcdirect.com, by phone on (01782) 367599 or by visiting the Britannia Stadium Ticket Office or the Club Store at the intu Potteries shopping centre.