Fans without away tickets will be able to watch Ipswich v Newcastle.
The fourth last game of the season is to be shown live at bars inside St James Park with tickets now available.
Newcastle fans only received a paltry two thousand tickets for the match on Monday 17 April but now at least four thousand extra supporters will be able to watch via the beamback for free.
Tickets now available so get in quick to ensure yours.
Official Newcastle United announcement:
‘Newcastle United is inviting thousands of fans to St. James’ Park on Easter Monday to watch a FREE live beam back of the club’s Sky Bet Championship match at Ipswich Town.
The away end at Portman Road has already sold out and while 2,000 fans will be making the long trip to Suffolk, thousands more are expected to watch on at the home of the Magpies.
An initial 4,000 tickets will be available for the beam back across NINE Bar, The Terrace Bar and Milburn Sports Bar and the club will consider opening an additional space subject to demand.
The screening follows another three hugely popular beam back events at the stadium this season, with an aggregate of almost 15,000 fans viewing screenings of league and cup matches at Barnsley, Hull City and Reading.
Rafa Benítez’s men travel to Ipswich Town on Monday 17th April (kick-off 3pm BST), with many supporters enjoying an extended break during the bank holiday weekend.
How to secure tickets
Entry will strictly by ticket only and open only to supporters aged 18 or over.
Tickets are available from NOW on a first come first served basis from NINE Bar at the Gallowgate End of St. James’ Park, at a maximum of four per person.
Tickets can also be ordered at tickets.nufc.co.uk or by calling 0844 372 1892 (calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge). Tickets ordered online and by phone are subject to a £1 booking fee per transaction.
Doors on Easter Monday will open from 1pm (11am at NINE Bar) and supporters will be able to purchase two bottles of Coors or Grolsch for £5 until 2pm.’