Shrews Vs Saddlers - an All Ticket AffairPosted on the 07 September 2012 by Bescotbanter
Ticket prices are, as follows: £19 (adults), £14 (seniors over-65 and students with valid ID), £11 (unaccompanied junior, aged 12-16), £5 (unaccompanied junior aged 11 and under), £14 (disabled supporters with carer free).
Family tickets are available: £20 (1 adult and 1 junior aged 11 or under) and £22 (1 adult and 1 junior aged 12-16). It will be £5 for additional juniors aged 12-16 and free for additional juniors aged 11 and under.
Tickets are on general sale from the Banks's Stadium Ticket Office as from 2.00pm on Thursday, September 6th or by calling 01922-651 414/416. They will be available up until Friday, October 12th.
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