Newcastle United have confirmed that additional Barnsley away tickets will go on sale.
The original 5,500 allocation was quickly sold out and now a final extra supply of 196 tickets will be made available.
They go on sale tomorrow (Friday 7 October) at 10am with a limit of four person.
Barnsley have also made clear that any Newcastle fans found in the home areas will be ejected.
The South Yorkshire club have also announced that alcohol sales will end at kick-off and none will be sold at half-time.
Newcastle United Statement:
‘Newcastle United have secured an additional 196 tickets for the club’s Sky Bet Championship away game at Barnsley this month.
The extra tickets – which take the Magpies’ total allocation to around 5,700 – will go on general sale from 10am on Friday 7th October, with a maximum of four tickets per person.
Rafa Benitez’s Magpies travel to Oakwell on Tuesday, 18th October (7.45pm kick-off),
The additional tickets are priced at £30 for adults, £22 for over-65s and 17-21 year-olds, £10 for under-17s, and £5 for under-12s (plus £1 admin fee).
INFORMATION FROM BARNSLEY FC
Barnsley Football Club have advised that Newcastle United will not be able to acquire another additional allocation and there will be no cash turnstiles on the night.
In addition, away fans found in home areas risk ejection from the stadium.
The Tykes have also advised that alcohol sales at Oakwell will stop at kick-off and alcohol will not be served at half-time.
Supporters who buy concessionary tickets are asked to carry ID with them at the match. Any supporter purchasing at the incorrect age band risks non entry on matchday as upgrading at the visiting club is not necessarily permitted on the day.
Age bands away from home vary on a game-by-game basis and do not necessarily mirror your age band held at Newcastle United. It is essential that the correct age band is selected at the time of purchase to prevent any disappointment on the day at the visiting club.
For safety reasons any child under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult and sat next to them at the stadium.’