Cup Final tickets: Wednesday update
- Tue 03 May 2011, 5:54PM
- Posted by MCFC Ticketing
A limited number of tickets for the FA Cup Final sponsored by E.ON against Stoke City on Saturday 14 May, will continue to be sold, subject to availability, from 9am on Wednesday 4 May.
Tickets will be available to Seasoncard holders with 3250 loyalty points or more and any Seasoncard holder actively registered on the 2010/11 Cup Games Direct Scheme for the FA Cup, regardless of loyalty point status. Supporters are advised that tickets in categories 1,2 & 3 have now sold out.
Should any tickets remain after close of business on Wednesday 4 May, further selling criteria will be announced on the club website.
How to buy
Tickets can be purchased in person at the Stadium Box Office, or via telephone on 0870 062 1894 (option 1)*. Opening times are:
Stadium Box Office
9.00am - 5.30pm.
9.00am - 11.00pm.
*Please note, tickets purchased via the telephone are subject to a £2 booking fee per ticket and a £5.26 Special Delivery charge. Tickets will be mailed to the registered address of the supporter. 20 loyalty points will be awarded for attending this fixture.
Tickets are strictly limited and will be available on a one ticket per qualifying supporter basis. Tickets are non-transferable. If the Supporter Number used is that of an Adult, then only an Adult ticket may be purchased. This also applies to Under 16s and Over 65s. Supporters must be in possession of their valid Seasoncard at the time of purchase. Under no circumstance will tickets be sold to supporters without production of a valid Seasoncard.
Food, drink and toilet facilities will be made available to supporters, who will be able to access the stadium from 6am.
Five categories of match ticket are available to purchase, priced as follows:
(Adult) Price (Under 16 & Over 65)
Category 1 £115 £105 (SOLD OUT)
Category 2 £85 £75 (SOLD OUT)
Category 3 £65 £55 (SOLD OUT)
Category 4 £45 £35
Disabled £45 (plus free Assistant)
Car Park 1 can be used for supporter parking, accessible from Alan Turing Way.
Supporters are reminded of the following important information:
Supporters on the 2010/11 Cup Games Direct Scheme for the FA Cup
Any Seasoncard holder actively registered on the 2010/11 Cup Games Direct Scheme for the FA Cup, regardless of loyalty point status, may continue to purchase tickets from Wednesday 4 May (subject to availability).
Buying tickets for other supporters
We are aware that some groups of supporters would like to purchase tickets together for this match. ALL supporters must qualify for a ticket in their own right by having a minimum 3250 loyalty points OR be actively registered on the 2010/11 Cup Games Direct Scheme for the FA Cup, regardless of loyalty point status.
Any one supporter can purchase up to six tickets, using valid, qualifying Seasoncards. To purchase tickets on behalf of other supporters, the buying supporter must be in possession of each of the respective cards at the time of booking and be prepared to answer a number of security questions relating to each of the card holders including date of birth, postcode and card number.
Junior Seasoncard holders
Supporters are advised that the limited allocation of tickets set aside for qualifying Adult Seasoncard holders, to purchase for Junior Seasoncard holders regardless of their loyalty point status, has now SOLD OUT. To purchase a ticket, Junior Seasoncard holders must now qualify for a ticket in their own right with the requisite number of loyalty points.
Official Travel Options
Our Official Travel Partner Thomas Cook Sport has a number of travel options available for the trip to Wembley. Please visit www.thomascooksport.com for more information.
Rules & Regulations
Tickets for this match are sold subject to the acceptance of The Football Association Ground Regulations www.wembleystadium.com/events/groundregulations