Ticketing information for Yeovil Town's first away trip of the 2012-13 season is now available. The match against Brentford takes place on Tuesday 21st August at Griffin Park, with a 7.45p.m. kick-off. As with recent visits, we will be at the Brook Road End end of the ground, which is a two-tiered stand with seating on the upper tier, and terracing underneath. Prices therefore vary as to which tier you pick and are as follows:
Seating (upper tier) - adult £20.00; senior (over 60) £14.00; student £12.00; junior (under 18) £5.00.
Standing (lower tier) - adult £19.00; senior (over 60) £13.00; student £11.00; junior (under 18) £5.00.
Note that Brentford have introduced pre-match and match-day tariffs for the 2012-13 season, which means that ticket prices for Adults and Seniors go up by £2.00 on the day of the game. Juniors are the only tariff that stay on the pre-match rate if you purchase on the day.
Note also that wishing to avail themselves of the student concession MUST book their tickets before the day of the game, as this concession is not available on the day of the match. Students must be in full-time education and produce a valid NUS/NUS Associate Card or photo Oyster Card when collecting their tickets. No other cards are acceptable.
Ambulant and Wheelchair Disabled supporters pay concessionary ticket prices according to their age, although Brentford don't make it clear whether this is against the seated or the terrace rates. A helper is admitted free of charge. Wheelchair users must contact Griffin Park and purchase in advance of the day of the game. If you need to make any special arrangements at Griffin Park in advance of the game then speak to their ticket office on 0845 3456442 (option 4). You can also reach them via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
To our knowledge, the Huish Park Ticket Office will have advance tickets on sale, although with the match due to take place next Tuesday, you'll need to order tickets quickly if you are to avoid the matchday increases.
Link: GWSC Travel To Brentford.
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