Cob­blers tick­ets on sale from Mon­day

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - THE FINAL PRE-SEASON PURCHASE -

Tick­ets for the early-sea­son League One derby between Northampton Town and Peter­bor­ough United at Six­fields on Satur­day, Au­gust 26 go on sale from next Mon­day (Au­gust 7).

Posh have ap­prox­i­mately 1,400 tick­ets to sell for the all-ticket fix­ture and for the first time the club will be us­ing their ‘Pri­or­ity Points Sys­tem’ to al­lo­cate the tick­ets.

The sys­tem was for­mu­lated in the close sea­son to en­sure a fairer way of sell­ing tick­ets for games that have a re­stricted ticket al­lo­ca­tion.

The fol­low­ing points sys­tem will be used for the Cob­blers derby. One ticket per per­son is ap­pli­ca­ble in all cases.

Mon­day, Au­gust 7 (from 10am): 240 + pts

Tues­day, Au­gust 8 (10am) 235+ pts.

Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 9 (9am) 230+pts.

Thursday, Au­gust 10 (9am) 100+pts.

Friday, Au­gust 11 (9am), 10+pts

Satur­day, Au­gust 12 (10am) gen­eral sale.

Sup­port­ers are ad­vised to check their pri­or­ity points bal­ance in ad­vance be­fore try­ing to pur­chase. Fans can do so by log­ging in at www.the­p­oshtick­ets. com or by email­ing tick­ets@the­p­

Tick­ets are priced at £22 for adults, £18 for over 65s/un­der 21s, £10 for un­der 18s with un­der 7s ad­mit­ted free of charge. Dis­abled tick­ets are sold as per the above cat­e­gories. Carers go free, but proof of carer re­quire­ment may be re­quested on en­try.

Posh fans are urged to get to Satur­day’s League One opener against Ply­mouth at the ABAX Sta­dium as early as pos­si­ble as a big crowd is ex­pected.

Re­duced ad­mis­sion prices are avail­able if tick­ets are pur­chased in ad­vance at www.the­p­oshtick­ or by sign­ing up to the new Posh 12s mem­ber­ship scheme.

Tick­ets are also on sale for next Tues­day’s Carabao Cup first round tie against Bar­net at the ABAX.

Nor­mal match­day ad­mis­sion prices have been slashed for this game and again they are cheaper if pur­chased in ad­vance.

More in­for­ma­tion from www.the­p­

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