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Sunday: Limited number of semi final tickets left

  • 09 April 2011 18:59
  • Posted by David Clayton

The semi-final ticket sale continues on Sunday but there are a very limited number of seats available.
As on previous days, the Club has made food, drink and toilet facilities available for those qualifying for Sunday's ticket criteria. There will be access to the stadium from 6am on Sunday.

Supporters must be in possession of all qualifying Seasoncards when they visit the Box Office.

The club's allocation of Category 1 AND Category 2 tickets for the semi-final of the FA Cup sponsored by E.ON at Wembley on Saturday April 16 have now sold out. All £40 tickets have sold out, too.

The Box Office is open from 11am on Sunday.

Subject to availability, tickets will be available to:

  • Seasoncard holders with 1,250 loyalty points or more.
  • Any Seasoncard holder who is actively registered on the Cup Games Direct scheme for the FA Cup competition, regardless of loyalty point status.

Who qualifies when:

Tickets available to:

Date

Seasoncard holders with 1,250 loyalty points or more* Sunday 10 April
Any Seasoncard holder Monday 11 April

 * And any Seasoncard holder who is actively registered on the Cup Games Direct scheme for the FA Cup competition, regardless of loyalty point status. Should tickets remain, further selling criteria will be announced.

20 loyalty points will be awarded for this match.

Five categories of match ticket are available to purchase, priced as follows:

Category

Price
(Adult)

Price
(Under 16 & Over 65) 

Category 1
SOLD OUT 
SOLD OUT
Category 2
SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT
Category 3
SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT
Category 4
£30
£20
Disabled
£30 (plus free Assistant)

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.

Qualifying loyalty points will be taken as those held on the respective supporter’s file at 9am on Saturday 19 March 2011.

Tickets will be available by telephone on 0870 062 1894 (option 1) and to personal callers at the Stadium Box Office which will be open from 9am – 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and from 11am – 5pm on Sundays.

Tickets purchased over the telephone will be subject to a £2 booking fee per ticket and a Special Delivery charge of £5.26 and tickets will be posted to the registered address of each individual supporter.

Car Park 1 can be used on Sunday access from Alan Turing Way.

Supporters are reminded of the following important information:

Group Booking Process

This process has been put in place to ensure that those supporters who sit together at the City of Manchester Stadium are given the opportunity to sit together at Wembley. Obviously, not all supporters will have the same loyalty points, so in order to address this the following Group Booking process will apply:

The minimum number of supporters that qualify as a group is four, the maximum number who qualify as a group is six. Supporters wishing to purchase together as a group must be in possession of Seasoncards which are located in the same area (i.e. Stand/Block) at the City of Manchester Stadium. Appropriate checks will be carried out at the point of sale.

Supporters wishing to purchase tickets together as a group  can now do so providing 50% of the group (4-6 supporters) must qualify through the current loyalty point criteria. The remaining 50% must have at least 1250 loyalty points.

For those supporters on the 2010/11 FA Cup Games Direct scheme who will directly benefit from having an accelerated purchase process, it is important to note that should they wish to sit with fellow supporters who are not active members of the FA Cup Games Direct scheme, they can only purchase together when other Seasoncard holders within the group are eligible to purchase in their own right (with the requisite number of loyalty points).

In line with the above, 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

A limited allocation of tickets will be made available to Junior Seasoncard holders for purchase with a ticket for an Adult Seasoncard holder. At the point where the adult qualifies, either by way of loyalty points or being an active member of the FA Cup Games Direct scheme, they can also purchase up to two junior tickets (one per Junior Seasoncard holder) regardless of their loyalty point status.

Official Travel Packages

Official Travel Partner Thomas Cook Sport has a number of travel packages available for the trip to Wembley.

Rules and Regulations

Tickets for this match are sold subject to the acceptance of The Football Association ‘Conditions of Issue’ and the ‘Ground Regulations’ of Wembley Stadium.

FAQs

Click here for our dedicated FAQ document. 

       

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