Newcastle Away Ticket Sales Criteria

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  1. GortonBlue62

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    Ticket information about City's Premier League clash away v Newcastle United on Wednesday 27th December, kick-off at 7.45pm.

    The Club has received an allocation of 3,179 tickets priced as follows:

    Adults: £30.00
    Over 65s: £24.00
    Under 18s: £18.00

    The following groups will receive an allocation of tickets for this match: Supporters, Seasonal Hospitality Supporters, Football Management, Players, Club Partners and the MCFC Supporters Club.

    Qualifying Sales Criteria
    Tickets will be available online at mancity.com/tickets, by telephone on +44 (0)161 444 1894 (option 1, option 1, option 2)* and in-person at the Ticket Office located on the first floor of the City Store at the Etihad Stadium for supporters that meet the following criteria

    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 20,000 or more ticket points – Monday 27th November at 9am
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 18,500 or more ticket points – Monday 27th November at 2pm
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 17,500 or more ticket points – Tuesday 28th November at 9am
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 17,000 or more ticket points – Tuesday 28th November at 2pm
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 16,500 or more ticket points – Wednesday 29th November at 9am
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 16,000 or more ticket points – Wednesday 29th November at 2pm
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 15,500 or more ticket points – Thursday 30th November at 10am
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 15,000 or more ticket points – Thursday 30th November at 2pm
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 14,500 or more ticket points – Friday 1stDecember at 9am
    • Cityzens with a 2017/18 Platinum, Gold or 93:20 Seasoncard with 14,000 or more ticket points – Friday 1stDecember at 2pm
     
  2. shinpads

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    how far down do we think this will go
     
  3. EL APACHE TEVEZ

    EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    It will go low say about 8000 just after chrimbo aswell
     
  4. Ric

    Ric

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    I'd be very surprised if it went that low.
     
  5. Bill

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    Not a chance.
     
  6. i kne albert davy

    i kne albert davy

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    May well do night match over Christmas on telly would have sold out higher had it stayed as Boxing day.
     
  7. Bill

    Bill

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    Yep. Good point.

    Then off to the other end of the country for palace.
    Both holiday games moved to inconvienant times.
    Who would have thought it?
     
  8. halfmist

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    I don’t know . You blue moaners who go on about games being switched to accommodate TV. You moan about ticket allocation and at the same time moan about the fact it is on TV. The fact that it is on TV means that 500,000 blues can now watch the match rather than the 3000 had it been left at a convenient time to accommodate the away support. If your not happy with kick off times stay at home and watch it on TV. There will be somebody behind you in the queue who will take your place at the match. I for one am looking forward to watching the two matches from the comfort of my arm chair.
     
  9. frasermcfc

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    You are the lifeblood of the game. Enjoy
     
  10. halfmist

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    I think if you do the maths you will find we are the lifeblood of the game. It is the TV money which pays the superstars wages not some one who pays £40 quid for an away ticket
     

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