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Semi Final Tickets On Open Sale

Semi Final Tickets On Open Sale

Tickets for Blackburn Rovers' much anticipated FA Cup Semi Final clash with Chelsea are now on open sale.

Bank Holiday Monday was not only a good day as we were able to continue our feast of chocolates and various meats, but also for the fact that the tickets for Sunday's FA Cup Semi Final with Chelsea (15th April, 4pm kick off) went on open sale.

The tickets have been selling well, offered firstly, and most obviously and fairly to season ticket holders and fans with proof of ticket purchases this season, but anyone else wishing to attend the match will now have their chance from now on.

The ticket are priced at £25, £35, £45 and £55 with concession prices of £12.50 available in the £25 priced areas.


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Writer:Walker
Date:Tuesday April 10 2007
Time: 12:15AM

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I'm 50:50 on what I think the outcome will be, a GOOD turnout will help raise our game so let's hope MORE and MORE tickets are snapped up. I'm getting worried at how VITALLY important (I know Semi Finals ALWAYS are!) this game has become, our season is basically done if we lose due to the fact we took our eye of the ball in terms of the League.
Hughes Da Man
10/04/2007 00:19:00
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How many have you sold so far?
merlin
10/04/2007 06:37:00
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Not sure how many in numbers, but they "are selling well", the £25 and £35 tickets (not sure how many of these we had?) have SOLD OUT, tickets priced at £45 and £55 remain.
Hughes Da Man
10/04/2007 09:08:00
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