Tickets can be bought online, by calling 0844 871 2932 (option two then option one) or in person from Bolton Central
Phil Parkinson’s men return to Sky Bet League One action when Bolton Wanderers host Swindon Town this Saturday – and supporters can watch the game at Macron Stadium for only £15 for adults and £7 for concessions.
Wanderers will be looking to maintain their sparkling league form on home soil which has seen them pick up maximum points from their past seven games at Macron Stadium.
And following on from the fantastic crowds during the festive period, club officials are hoping Wanderers fans can get behind the lads and continue to make the Macron Stadium a fortress.
A Club spokesperson said: “The crowds have really picked up and it’s having a positive impact on the players. Their support is crucial as we look to continue our excellent home form in the second half of the campaign.
“We encourage our fans to book their tickets for this match as early as possible to avoid match day queues.”
Family tickets are also available in the Bolton At Home North Stand Upper Tier and are priced at only £20 for one adult and one under 18 year-old or £40 for two adults and two under 18 year-olds.
Tickets can be purchased in person at Bolton Central or by calling 0844 871 2932, option 2 then option 1. Alternatively, supporters can book their tickets online.
Supporters looking to watch the game in a relaxed, welcoming and comfortable location can purchase hospitality places in the Lion of Vienna Suite for only £60. This includes a delicious one-course meal plus a cushioned seat in a prime viewing location. Book your Lion of Vienna places online now.
Season Ticket Holders can upgrade their ticket to the Lion of Vienna Suite for just £40.
Match day hospitality places are now available to purchase for all our remaining games. Please visit here for more information.
For further details or to book match day hospitality please contact the Sales Team 01204 673761 or email email@example.com.
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