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Season Ticket Exchanges

Britannia Stadium

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12:33 26th April 2013

Supporters get a chance to relocate to another part of the stadium

SUPPORTERS who have purchased Season Tickets for the 2013-14 campaign at the Britannia Stadium have the chance to move seats from next month onwards.

Stoke City’s Season Ticket Exchange period gives those fans who purchased during the Early Bird sales the opportunity to relocate to seats which were not renewed and are therefore now available.

The Exchange period will be conducted in two stages:

From 9.00am Monday 13th May, the day after the Potters’ final home game of the season against Tottenham Hotspur, any 2013-14 Season Ticket holder either wishing to move in or out of the Family Area, or needing to do so due to eligibility*, can take their pick of available seats.

The Family Area is given priority each year as it is the only section of the Stadium where the Club have specific age-related rules about who can occupy those particular seats.

General release will begin at 9.00am onMonday 20th May which will allow any 2013-14 Season Ticket holder to relocate.

It should be noted that supporters will have to pay the difference if they decide to move to an area of the Britannia Stadium that falls into a higher price category.

It will not be possible to buy additional Season Tickets during the exchange period, but details of when Season Tickets will return for Mid-Price sale will be announced in due course.

Supporters are reminded that seats exchanges can only be undertaken in person at the Britannia Stadium Ticket Office or by telephone on 01782 367599. This cannot be done online.

Fans will be required to confirm the personal details of all Season Tickets they wish to relocate.

*Family Area Season Tickets must contain at least one junior (under-14 or under-11) and one person (adult, under-21 or over 65) in each group.

For each under-14 or under-11, there can be up to two persons who are either classed as an adult or under-21 as well as one under-17.


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