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« Reply #60 on: Friday, November 17, 2017, 13:02:22 »

The web site does say its all ticket for Town fans but Yeovil have always sold tickets on the day and we have only sold about 950 tickets so far out of 1,400 allocated.


Not very many really
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« Reply #61 on: Friday, November 17, 2017, 13:11:37 »

Just tell 'em Venkman sent you shhhhhhhhh!!! Wink
If you phone and buy tickets over the phones before 12 theres a 2 reduction too apparently in matchday prices!
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« Reply #62 on: Friday, November 17, 2017, 18:20:25 »

Is this worth considering?

The Marquee will be open to both home and away supporters on Saturday (restricted to a maximum 50 away fans at a time). Inside, why not enjoy a pasty and a pint of Thatchers or Bud Light for just 4.95? The Marquee also has 500ml bottles of I.P.A going for just 1 while stocks last. The Booze Bar situated behind the Radio Cabs Away End will also be open prior to kick-off for Swindon fans.
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« Reply #63 on: Friday, November 17, 2017, 18:24:23 »

Is this worth considering?

The Marquee will be open to both home and away supporters on Saturday (restricted to a maximum 50 away fans at a time). Inside, why not enjoy a pasty and a pint of Thatchers or Bud Light for just 4.95? The Marquee also has 500ml bottles of I.P.A going for just 1 while stocks last. The Booze Bar situated behind the Radio Cabs Away End will also be open prior to kick-off for Swindon fans.
The Marquee is fine if you don't want a seat while you drink as there aren't many, serves up Thatchers and Carling.
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