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Ticket prices for Lincoln Match

By Sam
July 31 2006

Notts County have published details for their first opening game of the new season away to Lincoln City this coming Saturday.

Away Price Details
Lincoln City v Notts County
Sat 5th Aug 06
At Sincil Bank Kick-Off 3pm

Please Note: this match is NOT an all-ticket game for Notts County supporters, but supporters can pre-purchase tickets for the game from Lincoln City ONLY. Adults can save £2 by pre-purchasing their tickets, while Concessions and Children can save £1 by pre-purchasing.

No tickets are being sent to Notts County Football Club from Lincoln City.

The only available option to pre-purchase is via Lincoln City. ‘Early Bird’ tickets can be purchased either in person at the Sincil Bank Stadium Ticket Office or by telephone using Credit/Debit card on 0870 899 1976 (a £1 handling fee per card transaction will be in operation). Ticket Office opening hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Fri.

Concessions: £11
Children: £5

On the day
Concessions: £12
Children: £6
*Concessions apply for those 60 years or over & students aged either 16 or 17 or in full-time education (ID required) or Disabled Supporters. Children qualify as 15 years or under.

Disabled Supporters
Disabled Supporters can contact Lincoln City’s Ticket Office on 0870 899 1976 for details and to make arrangements, and they will be glad to help you.

In Brief
Notts County fans are housed in the Co-Op Stand, which is situated to the side of one of the goals. Half of the stand is allocated for away fans, and the other half for Lincoln City supporters. The normal allocation for away fans is around 1,900 seats. The view provided is excellent in the stand, and plenty of noise can be made in this area of the ground.

For more information and directions to the ground as well as details on the ticket prices of the Carling Cup game away to Crystal Palace please click here. You will also find confirmation of the above there as well.

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