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Wave Goodbye To Port Vale Cheap!

Wave Goodbye To Port Vale Cheap!

Swindon Town fans are reminded that tomorrow(Friday) is the last day to get cheap tickets to wave goodbye to League 2 bound Port Vale.

Discounted tickets are available for this weekend's home League One clash with Port Vale.

As part of the Football League's 'Fans Of The Future' initiative - the club have designated Saturday April 19th as a 'Family Day'.

Ticket sales so far have been brisk with around 5,000 advanced tickets sold with over a total crowd of 8,000 expected for the game.

Supported by The Swindon Advertiser, prices have been slashed for all areas of the stadium Junior tickets are priced from as little as £2 a ticket.

The Stratton Bank stand will no longer be open due to the inclement weather expected in Wiltshire this weekend. Any fan who has already purchased tickets for this stand will be upgraded, for free, to either the Arkells or South Stand.

Adver readers can enjoy a further £1 discount on all main stand tickets. To claim, cut out the voucher printed in the Swindon Advertiser on Tuesday's and Thursday's in the build up to the game and take it along to the STFC Box Office or quote Swindon Advertiser 35426 if purchasing tickets over the phone.

The Adver promotions team will be at The County Ground before kick-off, with goodies on offer and Allie The Alligator will be joining in the fun by challenging Town mascot Rockin' Robin to a penalty shootout at half-time.

Discounted tickets will only be available until 5pm on Friday 18th April, with reduced matchday ticket prices also on offer for this game.

Please call into the STFC Box Office with your voucher and mention 'The Swindon Advertiser Family Day' to purchase your tickets. Or call 0871 2232300.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE AT http://www.swindontownfc.co.uk

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday April 17 2008
Time: 9:52PM

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