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RUFC- Hereford Ticket Details Announced

RUFC- Hereford Ticket Details Announced

The match on Saturday 8th May is a 3pm kick off with tickets initially going on sale to season ticket holders who have until Monday 12th April to claim their tickets. On Tuesday 13th April any remaining tickets will go on general sale.

The Millers have been given a maximum of 600 tickets for the fixture; after these have been sold there will be NO further tickets available.

*Maximum of two tickets per season ticket, book is required.

Prices are as follows:


Adults: £13

Concessions (11-15 year olds and over 65s): £9

*Under 10s: £3 (only with full paying adult)


Adults: £15

Concessions (11-15 year olds and over 65s): £12

*Under 10s: £3 (only with full paying adult)

*Please note that the under 10 offer is not available on the day of the match

Disabled - Any wheelchair bound supporters need to contact Hereford United directly on 0844 276 1939. There is only limited space, so tickets will come on a first come, first serve basis.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Tuesday March 30 2010
Time: 10:43AM

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