Tomorrow's match against Swansea City will now no longer be all-ticket, following a U-turn made by the club around 5.00pm today. The match has been labelled as an all-ticket match since last August, however at the last minute a decision has been made to allow tickets to be made available on the day.
Attendances this season are down over 10 percent, and last week's match against Tranmere Rovers was watched by just 5,168 spectators. Hence it was obvious at that point that no part of the ground would sell out for tomorrow's fixture. However, with the decision to have a rethink on policy being taken so late, it is unlikely that many Glovers fans will pick up on this reversal.
Prices will remain at the Premium Pricing rates. See the Huish Park Ticket Prices page for full details, remembering to add on four pounds to the Adult, Disabled, OAP and Student rates for pre-match prices. We are assuming that there is no "on the day" two pounds levy on any tickets bought on the day although this has not been stated either way by the club.
Link: 2006-07 Huish Park Ticket Prices.
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