Ticket Exchange open for Liverpool game

By SFC Media time Tue 19 Mar Tickets
Photo by Matt Watson

With only limited availability for Liverpool's visit to St Mary's on Friday 5th April (8pm), the Ticket Exchange is now open allowing Season Ticket Holders who can't make the match to list their seat for another supporter to buy.

If you list your seat on the Ticket Exchange and it is resold, you'll receive a credit to your account to reduce the price of your 2019/20 Season Ticket. Thank you to everyone who listed their tickets for this month's win against Spurs.

 

The Liverpool game is currently on sale to fans with a purchase history since 14/15, although only a very limited number of seats are left – you can secure one of the final tickets for the match here.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE TICKET EXCHANGE 

How to list your tickets on the Ticket Exchange

 

  1.  Log in to your ticketing account (tickets.saintsfc.co.uk)

  2.  In the top-right corner, hover over ‘my account’. Then select the bottom option ‘Ticket Exchange’

  3.  Tick the relevant fixture that you cannot attend and click continue

  4.  Select why you cannot make the match and then click continue

Your seat will then be released for sale.

 

Once you have put your seat on the Ticket Exchange, your season card will be deactivated.

 

You will only receive money to your account to put towards a 2019/20 Season Ticket should the seat sell.

 

The Ticket Exchange will be closed for posting tickets three hours before a match.

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