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Swansea City Close To Wembley Sell Out

Swansea City are close to selling out their allocation for the Play-Off final at Wembley as over 36,000 tickets have now been sold.

The Swans have been allocated 39,376 tickets for the final to be played on May 30th, and less than 3,000 are now available.

With tickets no longer available via the Internet or by telephone, fans can only purchase the remaining tickets by visiting the ticket office in person - which has seen queues of more than 5 or 6 hours on some days.

It's been an incredible response, and I don't think many fans would have predicted such excellent ticket sales as this, especially considering that we only average around 15,000 at a home League game.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 22 2011

Time: 11:12PM

Your Comments

Hope reading wup ya next week lol
WN1
I dont know who you support but if its wigan then well you are well bad!! haha. The jacks are going up, and you know it!!
welshmartan
Good Luck Swans
col8
 

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