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Home Tickets On Sale Wednesday

TICKETS for Stoke City's first three home games of the 2012-13 Barclays Premier League season are to go on sale on Wednesday.

Silver members and Potters Foundation non-Season Ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets both online via and from the three Club Stores from this point, with remaining tickets then going on general sale from Wednesday 1st August.

The Potters' first game of the season against Arsenal is a Category A* game, as is the visit of Roberto Mancini's Manchester City Champions thirteen days later.

Those two home fixtures fall in the first month of the Club's fifth season in the top-flight, after which Swansea are the visitors in late September.

The Swans travel up to the Britannia Stadium under new manager Michael Laudrup and tickets for this clash are at Category B prices.

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