Advance tickets for Yeovil Town's trip to play Leyton Orient are now on sale from the Huish Park Ticket Office. The game takes place a fair time into the future, with a date of Saturday 21st April 2012 set for this game, with a 3.00p.m. kick-off at Brisbane Road.
Ticket prices vary significantly according to whether you purchase your ticket in advance or on matchdays. Prices are as follows:
Advance Purchase: Adults: £23.00; Over-65s and Students: £15.00; Under-18s: £5.00
Matchday Prices: Adults: £25.00; Over-65s and Students: £16.00; Under-18s: £16.00
Wheelchair users are admitted free of charge. To place your booking, call Leyton Orient on 0871 310 1883. Ambulant disabled supporters on the middle/higher rate of disability can also gain admission free of charge but must purchase from the Huish Park Ticket Office.
NOTE CAREFULLY: The above tariffs effectively mean that any supporters aged Under-18 must purchase their tickets in advance from the Huish Park Ticket Office, as the concession is not available on the day of the game - you'll be charged an eyewatering £11.00 more for the privilege of deciding you wanted to go to the game on the day of the match.
At £25.00 Orient's adult matchday admission price is the most expensive we know of in League One for away supporters. During the 2009-10 season, they charged £20.00, whilst last season they had upped prices to £22.00. This therefore gives us a 25 percent admission price rise over a two year period. Earlier this month, the London24 website ran an article bemoaning that Orient's average attendances had dropped this season to a level of 4,237 per game, compared with an average of 4,582 last season. The article suggests that it is the loss of several big clubs in League One that has affected their crowds - Orient might do well to consider what value for money prices at that level are for Third Tier football.
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