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Blues urged to arrive early

03/12/2014  Comments (2)  jump

Everton officials are advising supporters to arrive as early as possible for tonight's game against Hull City.

Goodison Park welcomes the Tigers on Wednesday evening for a 7.45pm kick-off, with tickets still available.

For fans wishing to avoid collection queues at the Box Office completely, tickets can be purchased online st evertonfc.com/eticketing and printed at home.

With the usual matchday ticket collection queues, plus expected Box Office demand for Krasnodar and Half Season Tickets, fans are urged to arrive in plenty of time to get their tickets in-hand early if planning to buy at the Box Office windows.

Alternatively, visit Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Liverpool city centre, or call 0871 663 1878*.

The Club recently announced heavily discounted tickets for the final Europa League group game against Krasnodar, with adult Season Ticket holders able to secure their seat for 12 and all Under-16s can watch the action for a fiver.

Meanwhile, Half Season Tickets continue to be increasingly popular and serve as the ideal Christmas gift for Evertonians.

The 10-game package guarantees a seat at Goodison for the second half of the campaign, with prices set at 50 for Under-11s, starting from 99 for Under-16s, from 320 for adults and from 213 for concessions.

Visit evertonfc.com/halfseasontickets for full pricing, payment options and the benefits of being a Half Season Ticket holder.

 

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Mike Keating
1 Posted 03/12/2014 at 22:59:22
And leave as soon as they open the gate!
John Maxwell
2 Posted 04/12/2014 at 01:57:21
Distin left early! Howard obviously missed kick off.

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