Advance ticketing arrangements for Yeovil Town's League Two match against Tranmere Rovers are now available. The match takes place on Saturday 29th December at Prenton Park, with a 3.00p.m. kick-off. Advance prices are as follows:
Adults: £18.00; Over-65s and Aged 18-22: £11.00; Under-18s: £5.00; Under-11s: £2.00.
Note that the Aged 18-22 category is sold on the condition that you must take age-based proof with you on the day of the game. Student cards are not acceptable - they must have date of birth on the, If you don't have proof of age with you on the day, you'll be asked to pay the excess to upgrade to an adult-priced ticket.
Disabled supporters pay £11.00, unless they fall into the Under-18s or Under-11s age groups, in which prices are as above. The Personal Assistant ticket is free of charge, if required. Entitlement is based on the supporter being on the Middle or Higher Care Component or having a relevant PIP letter. Wheelchair Bays are to be purchased through Tranmere on 0151 609 3328. Note that the bays are in a separate stand (Bebington Paddock) to the away supporters.
Tickets can be purchased through the Huish Park Ticket Office or direct from Tranmere's online ticketing system. Tickets brought through Tranmere can then be printed or accessed on a smartphone. You'll need to visit trfctickets.co.uk to make the purchase. Note that as of today (November 16th) these aren't available online at the Tranmere end, as their prices only go as far as Boxing Day - we'll keep an eye out for that to change.
There is a £2.00 increase on the on all tickets brought at the turnstiles. The prematch price can still be purchased online on the day, provided you've got access to a printer, or your Smartphone you are taking to the game supports scanning at the turnstile.
Away supporters will be housed in the Summit Marine Scaffolding Cowshed Stand (or the Cowshed, if you prefer!) which is a 2,500 capacity all-seated covered stand situated behind one goal.
Parking is available for £5.00 and can be purchased on a first come, first served basis from Tranmere's website. The surrounding area is all resident permit parking and TRFC strongly advise not to park on surrounding streets as you will more than likely get a ticket. If you do so, then pay very careful attention to the signage, in case it is a residents only area.
Link: Ticketing For Macclesfield Town vs Yeovil Town.
Link: 2018-19 Season League Game Ticket Bundles.
Link: Yeovil Town Online Ticketing Portal.
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