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Town For a Tenner Deal

Town For a Tenner Deal

Ipswich Town are hoping to boost Saturday's attendance for Mick Mccarthy's first home game in charge by offering a ticket deal.

Town fans who buy a ticket for the game against Burnley watch Blues in December for just £10.

All Town fans that buy a match ticket to witness Mick McCarthy`s first game in charge at Portman Road this weekend will be offered the chance to return next month at a much reduced rate.

Buy a ticket for Saturday`s match against Burnley and get an adult ticket for one of December`s home matches against either Millwall or Bristol City, for just £10.

Tickets are available in all areas of the stadium, except those classed as Premium areas, and can be purchased via the main Club ticket office (in person or over the phone), Planet Blue or online.

The promotional price tickets for the Millwall or Bristol City matches do not need to be purchased at the same time and will be available up to the day of the match for that respective fixture.

Again the tickets must be purchased through the Ticket Office, Planet Blue or online. The Ticket Office number is 0844 80 11 555. Full details on the Club website.



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Writer:Splot
Date:Friday November 9 2012
Time: 11:18AM

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