Supporters will be able to pay on the turnstiles for Wanderers' final pre-season fixture of the summer against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday 31 July.
Kicking off at 3pm at the University of Bolton Stadium, admission on the day of the game can be found at the following turnstiles:
Please note that only certain lower tiers of the University of Bolton Stadium will be accepting cash for this fixture to Wanderers supporters.
• Nat Lofthouse East Stand Lower - Blocks K and J (for entry to Blocks I and L)
• Carrs Pasties North Stand Lower -Block M
Supporters who wish to sit in the Bolton Kia West Stand will be able to buy from the Ticket Office sales windows.
Visiting Blackburn Rovers supporters will also be able to purchase direct from the turnstiles at Block E of the Franking Sense South Stand.
Tickets will be sold on a cash-only basis from 1.45pm onwards, while prices for the match are as follows:
Adults - £10
Over 65’s - £5
Under 18’s - £5
To avoid the queues on matchday the easiest way to purchase will always be online at via the Clubs Ticketing Platform HERE.
The club is looking forward to welcoming supporters back to the University of Bolton Stadium and we want to reassure everybody that your safety and well-being and that of our colleagues is of paramount importance.
We, therefore, encourage supporters attending this fixture to take a lateral flow test during the 24-48 hour period leading up to this game.
Details on ordering a lateral flow test can be found at https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests
If the test is positive then you should follow the guidance issued by the Government, arrange a PCR Test and self-isolate.
Please do not visit the University of Bolton Stadium if you display any of the published COVID-19 symptoms.
There will be plenty of hand sanitizers throughout the stadium and we advise you to frequently wash your hands.
Also please aim to stay in your seat throughout the match and endeavour not to congregate in the concourse areas should you wish to purchase refreshments from the kiosks.
Although the wearing of facemasks is no longer mandatory we would encourage everyone to wear a mask while in the concourse or visiting the toilets.