Saints to subsidise final-day City trip

By SFC Media time Mon 27 Apr First team

Southampton are to subsidise tickets for next month's trip to Manchester City, which is our final Barclays Premier League game of the season.

Tickets go on sale from this Wednesday, with fans urged to make sure of their seat when Ronald Koeman’s men make the long trip up to the Etihad Stadium hoping to secure a place in Europe.

To ensure as many supporters as possible can watch Saints bring the curtain down on the campaign, Saints have slashed prices for the game to just £20 for Adults/Over-65s/18-to-21s and £10 for 16-to-17s/Under-16s.

With an allocation of 2,627, fans will be spread over two tiers. Before subsidies are applies, tickets for adults in the lower and upper tiers would cost £47 and £49 respectively, whilst Over-65s and 18-to-21s would have been £39 and £41.

Tickets for 16-to-17 year-olds are usually priced £31 in the lower tier and £33 in the upper tier, and Under-16s would have been £28 in the lower tier and £30 in the higher tier.

Season Ticket holders who have attended at least five away games this season can get hold of their tickets from Wednesday 29th April, with those who have attended three or more away fixtures this campaign able to buy theirs on Thursday 30th April.

Supporters with a season ticket who have been to one away game can purchase their ticket for the visit to City from Friday 1st May, whilst all other current season ticket holders can buy theirs from Tuesday 5th May before they go on general sale on Thursday 7th May.

To purchase these tickets go online at tickets.saintsfc.co.uk or visit the Ticket Office at St Mary’s.

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