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Ticket bulletin: Monday 12 February

12 February 2018

Welcome to the ticket update for Monday 12 February. Here you will find all the information you need in a simple-to-read format regarding match tickets for Bolton Wanderers' upcoming fixtures.

WHO WHEN STATUS PRICES
Cardiff City (A)

Tuesday 13 February

7.45pm

Open sale

Pay on the day will be in place at the Cardiff City Stadium. There will be a £2 price increase for all age bands.

General Ticket Prices

Adults - £22

Over-60s - £18

Under-22s - £13

Under-16s - £10

 

Family Area Ticket Prices*

Adults - £15

Over-60s - £12

Under-22s - £10

Under-16s - £5

*No adult tickets will be sold without Under-16s and no Under-16s will be sold without adults in the designated Family Area.

Queens Park Rangers (A)

Saturday 17 February

3pm

Open sale

(Silver tickets have sold out)

Gold Ticket Prices

Adults - £33

Over-60s - £23

Under-22s - £23

Under-18s - £16

Sunderland (H)

Tuesday 20 February

8pm

Open sale

Adults from £28

Over-65s from £22

Under-23s from £22

Under-18s: £11

Under-12s: £9

Norwich City (A)

Saturday 24 February 

3pm

On sale to season ticket holders

Open Sale: Wednesday 14 February

Adults - £25

Over-65s - £15

Under-18s - £10

Under-12s - £5

Preston North End (H)

Saturday 3 March

3pm

On sale to season ticket holders and club members

Open sale: Monday 12 February

Adults from £30

Over-65s from £24

Under-23s from £24

Under-18s: £12

Under-12s: £10


*Family Tickets are only available to purchase in the Bolton at Home Family Stand, situated in the North Stand Upper Tier

Corporate hospitality packages at home games are also available to Bolton Wanderers supporters. For more information email sales@bwfc.co.uk, phone the commercial team on 01204 673761, or buy online HERE.

Tickets and official club travel can be bought online at www.eticketing.co.uk/bwfc, in-person at Bolton Central or over the phone on 0844 871 2932 then press option two followed by option one.

Please note, it is a criminal offence to take alcohol onto coaches which are travelling to sporting events as per The Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act 1985. Bolton Wanderers reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone in possession or under the influence of alcohol. Any alcohol found on the coach will be confiscated.


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