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However, Newcastle United are selling tickets on the cheap to a group of people who aren’t season ticket holders or members of NUFC.
With ticket sales looking promising the club have opened up a section of Level 7 and you’ll be able t pay with cash at turnstiles 83-88 in the Leazes West Corner.
What is said through the week is unimportant once 12.45 comes around on Saturday, the only thing that counts is supporting the team for ninety minutes. It is our job.
Not getting too carried away but you may be interested to know that 18,000 tickets for the UEFA Europa League Final went on sale today.
Disgracefully though, tickets for the Newcastle end are being advertised on the internet at 177 Euros each, which is around £143 at today’s exchange rate.
The question that needs answering is that if you turn up late and the turnstiles have closed, is it club policy that season ticket holders won’t be admitted to St.James’ Park?
His actual words were, “a paper ticker holder takes priority over a season ticket holder as those are club rules”.
As well as solving a massive problem for thousands of fans who might have been stuck with tickets, viagogo have helped make available to all fans some of the best seats in the house for every match at St.James’ Park.
Newcastle United have signed a deal with viagogo, Europe’s online ticket marketplace. The agreement means that fans wanting to buy and sell tickets can now do it openly and legally.
This Saturday’s home game with Wolves is a vital contest in the race for fourth, if you admit to yourself we are indeed in that race.
Thanks to our match ticket partners HMV we are pleased to pass on the fact that some of the best seats in the house are still available to buy.
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