Tickets for Blues' first away game of the season will be coming off sale midday today (Friday 10th August)...
Any tickets not collected by this time will be sent to the ground for collection on the day of the game.
Blues fans will be situated in the Barn Park Stand at Home Park for the game against Plymouth and we have been issued with 500 tickets.
Tickets are priced as follows:
|Wheelchair Over 65/18-21||£13**||£15**|
Blues fans wishing to purchase tickets on the day of the game will have to go to the Main Ticket Office and will accept both card and cash payments.
*Concessions are over 65s, 18-21-year-olds and serving armed forces with a valid ID card.
**Please note wheelchairs and personal assistant tickets are located at the front of the stand and as such are exposed to the elements.
Ambulant disabled are charged the age relevant price with a free carer if in receipt of either the higher or enhanced rate of care or mobility.
We have been issued 40 family tickets, which are for 1 adult and 1 child for £29.00.
These are only available either in person at the Box Office or via the phone on 08444 77 00 77.
Please note these tickets allow visiting families with younger children access to the designated Family Zone at Home Park. Upon arrival at the stadium, you should access through turnstiles 20/21, which lead you directly onto our family themed concourse. Here you will find a number of activities to entertain your children, both before the match and at half-time. This is a mixed zone for both home and away fans.
Plymouth have also ensured that their toilets have adequate facilities to accommodate the younger visitor, and the nearest catering outlet stocks appropriate food and beverage.
There is a limited amount of free parking within the car park adjacent to Home Park. There are designated disabled spaces within this area for Blue Badge holders but they are limited and on a first come, first served basis. There is street parking around Home Park but be aware some have permit parking only. Also be aware of the restrictions within the Life Centre car park as they do have enforcement officers who operate a clamp down on illegal parking.