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City Expected To Sell Notts Ticket Allocation

City Expected To Sell Notts Ticket Allocation

As of Monday 24 January 2011 Manchester City have sold a mere 2,800 out of their 4,700 Meadow Lane ticket allocation for Sunday's FA Cup Fourth Round tie against Notts County.

However, tickets will go on general sale this Thursday should Seasoncard holders fail to snap up the remaining tickets.

Price

£23.00: Adults
£14.00: Over 65s/16-17yrs
£6.00: Under 16s

Meanwhile, home supporters bought their final few tickets earlier today and according to the Magpies official site Notts are set to see the highest attendance at Meadow Lane since the redevelopment of the stadium was completed in 1995 with an expect 17,000 plus sell-out.

And there's more...

Rumours circulating around a well known unofficial County website suggest hundreds of City fans have managed to purchase tickets for the home areas. I can assure those of you concerned this is not the case.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday January 24 2011
Time: 8:58PM

Comments

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I'll be There! Can't wait
scragg
24/01/2011 23:39:00
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full house, should be a good atmosphere, County should be up for it, will the City players respond?
buzz lightyear
25/01/2011 08:46:00
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Will mancini field a no-nonsense team capable of disposing of COunty or will he play the second string again?
fifthcolumnblue
25/01/2011 12:25:00
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