Blackburn v Newcastle tickets have now gone on sale.
Newcastle United followers discovering that they’ve been given a 7,000 allocation.
These away Blackburn v Newcastle tickets now on sale to season ticket holders with 30 or extra loyalty factors.
Newcastle United official announcement on Blackburn v Newcastle tickets – 6 February 2024:
Tickets for Newcastle United’s FA Cup fifth spherical tie at Blackburn Rovers at the moment are on sale.
The Magpies have been allotted round 7,000 tickets for the match at Ewood Park on Tuesday, twenty seventh February (kick-off 19:45 GMT) and gross sales opened at 10am on Tuesday, sixth February, to season ticket holders with 30 and above away factors.
Topic to availability, factors will likely be diminished twice every day at 10am and 4pm, excluding weekends.
Grownup (24-64): £20
Senior (Over 65): £10
18-23 12 months: £10
Juniors (under-18): £5
Youngsters below the age of 12 usually are not permitted to attend until accompanied by an grownup aged 18 years or over.
Tickets will likely be within the type of paper.
Following supporter session there will likely be a restricted allocation open to season ticket holder poll for individuals who don’t meet the away factors threshold. This poll will go stay after the ultimate factors drop and will likely be open for entry for twenty-four hours.
Supporters will likely be requested to enter card particulars. If they’re profitable within the poll, cost will likely be taken and the season ticket holder will likely be notified by e mail. These which might be unsuccessful within the poll is not going to be contacted and won’t be charged.
Please notice all tickets are for the only use of the supporter making the acquisition below their Newcastle United supporter quantity and are strictly non-transferable. There will likely be random spot checks at away stadiums all through the season and failure to supply acceptable ID matching the purchaser supporter quantity will end in elimination of your loyalty factors and/or your season ticket being voided.’