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Ticket News For Upcoming Games

Saturday's match away at Blackpool is now not an all-ticket match.

The Seasiders orginally made the game all-ticket but have now decided to put tickets on sale at the turnstiles.

There are tickets available at the Liberty Stadium but these go off sale at 6pm on Wednesday.

You can also buy tickets for the Boxing Day game away at Crewe. This game is also not all-ticket.

Ticket prices are: £18 for adults; £14.50 for senior citizens; £4 for the under-11s; £8 for 12-16 year olds; disabled spaces are £14.50 with the carer free.

There are no tickets for the game at Huddersfield on December 30th, you can pay on the day at the turnstile.

Ticket prices are: £17 for adults; £9 for senior citizens; £12 for full-time students; £5.50 for under-16s; disabled spaces are £11 with the carer free.

The club are awaiting details for tickets to Sheffield United for the FA Cup third round match to be played on the weekend of 6/7th January.

Meanwhile, the Reserves side will play Swindon reserves tomorrow (Wednesday) at Port Talbot's Reemax Stadium, kicking off at 7pm.

They will also play Weymouth the following week, the kick off time is yet to be confirmed.


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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday December 5 2006
Time: 8:48PM

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