Newcastle United Should Have A Little More Faith In The Fans
If you recall, in the last round against Anzhi, Level 7 seats weren’t available but the club said if demand was there they’d open it up and of course we ended up with a very healthy crowd of over forty five thousand who helped United over the line.
I find it a bit strange this time that the club are messing about keeping some parts of the ground shut initially. Only the north east corner will be open at first for home fans with Benfica also having their fans in the top tier.
I find it impossible to imagine there will be a crowd of less than the forty five thousand that was there for Anzhi and Newcastle United should be gearing up for a full house and shouting it from the rooftops.
I think it sends out a slightly negative message and of course inconveniences those season ticket holders in Level 7 who wanted to guarantee their own seats.
Anyway, rant over and find below the details of how you can get your hands on tickets;
ST holder sale (to guarantee own seat) ends today -Thur 21st March
ST holder sale (for extra seats/alternative seats incl L7 ST holders) Fri 22nd to Mon 25th
NUFC members Fri 22nd to Mon 25th, then public sale online Tues 26th March, followed by public sale (phone & in person) Sat 30th March.
Tickets remain at a very competitive £15 with £10 students and £5 OAPs and Under 18s (Premium areas cost a fiver more)
(Prices can fluctuate up and down)
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