Date:Friday November 17 2006
As a mark of appreciation to the fans, Swansea City are offering coach travel discount for the next 3 games.
Kenny Jackett and his side travel to Darlington (FA Cup), Brighton and Blackpool in the space of eight days and chairman Huw Jenkins said: 'It's going to be a tough week for the players, but for the fans it will be even tougher both financially and in terms of work commitments,''
'It means a solid week on the road for everyone concerned.
'We've had some fantastic support away from home this season and I know the manager and the players appreciate it.''
DARLINGTON - SAT 2ND DEC - FA CUP
Coach travel to Darlington is at half price from £20 to £10.
The game is not all-ticket and fans can pay at the turnstile.
Tickets are priced at £16 for adults, £11 concessions and disabled, £7 aged 11-16; £5 aged 7-10; and free for the under-7s.
There is a £1 discount on tickets when bought in advance.
Tickets go off sale at at 4pm on Thursday, November 30.
Coaches will leave Morriston Cross at 6am and the Quadrant at 6.15am, you can book places on the coach at the club shop.
For disabled details, contact the Darlington general office on 01325 387000.
BRIGHTON - TUES 5TH DEC - 7:45PM
Tickets go on sale for this game from Monday 20th November.
The game is all-ticket.
Tickets are priced at £22.50 for adults, £14.50 for senior citizens, £13 for children under 16 and students (NUS card needed). The price includes a £3 travel voucher.
Official travel can be booked at the club shop at £15 for members and £18 for non-members. Coaches will leave Morriston Cross at 12.45pm and the Quadrant at 1pm.
BLACKPOOL - SAT 9TH DEC - 3PM
The game is all-ticket, tickets are available now at the ticket office.
Tickets are priced at £14.50 for adults; £10.50 senior citizens and £7.50 for those under 18.
Disabled seating is priced at £6.50 and £6.50 for the carer.
Tickets go off sale at 4pm on Thursday December 7th.
Official travel can be booked at the club shop at £17 for members and £20 for non-members. Coaches will leave Morriston Cross at 7am and the Quadrant at 7.15am.
Tickets are also available for the next 3 home games against Bristol City, Carlisle and Rotherham.
Date:Friday November 17 2006
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