Burnley Football Club’s policy on tickets for the first leg of the FA Youth Cup semi-final at Blackburn Rovers has now been amended.
Due to the unique nature of this game, scheduled for Thursday, March 22 (KO 7pm), Burnley Football Club has to adhere to certain restrictions regarding the sale of tickets.There can be no reprints of any tickets, either lost or delivered via post, and for this reason, along with the short timescales involved, the club opted to enforce a collection policy. However, we are delighted to announce that tickets for this game can now be requested for guaranteed next day postal delivery, priced at £6.50 (plus cost of ticket). This offer is only available to season ticket holders, members and anyone on our database with a Clarets number. To order, please call 0871 221 1914 (option 2). Please note tickets are sent entirely at the supporters’ risk and, as advised, there can be no reprints of any tickets either lost or not delivered. Equally, Burnley Football Club cannot accept any responsibility for any tickets not delivered.The deadline for ALL postal requests received is 4pm on Tuesday, March 20. After this time, sales will revert to the parallel collection policy outlined previously.
Not sure but I've heard ITV haven't yet decided which to show - my money would be on the other one again, unless something remarkable happens at Ewood
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