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MK Dons Ticket,Travel & Drink Information

Vital Swindon Town brings you all the important information for getting to Milton Keynes to see our Coca Cola League One match on Saturday at the Stadium:MK.

Swindon Town last week confirmed the ticketing details for our match at MK Dons on Saturday.

Town will visit the Stadium:MK after the Franchise moved from the tip that was the National Hockey Stadium last season to the new unfinished bowl that is the Stadium:MK.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: 17.00
OAP: 12.00
Juniors: 7.00
All the seats at Stadium:MK are cushioned so even if our poor away form continues atleast you can relax in the seat as you fall asleep half way through the second half.

Travelling By Coach:

SAS Travel are now taking bookings for this match.

Adult fare is just 12.00 whilst Juniors pay 11.00. SAS Travel offers a 1.00 discount to supporter club members. Please be aware that proof of age may be required with some bookings and payment must be made at the time of booking your seat.

Travelling By Rail:

Bletchley is the closest train station to Stadium:MK and NOT Milton Keynes Central as the last time we had the unfortunate pleasure of visiting this American styled City. If you are going by train we suggest visiting http://www.thetrainline.com/ and book 2 single tickets to the match.

By booking through Trainline it works out at a cheaper 36.00 return to Bletchley.(at time of printing).
Normal return fare was around a extortionate 50.00, so if you don`t book on trainline, be prepared to take out a second mortgage and miss the next 3 away games due to lack of funds.

Tip: You may wish to leave a bit earlier than planned, The trek through London on The Tube is always a joy to behold.

Pre-Match Drink Information:

Well we are told there is nowhere anywhere near the stadium to drink. The closest pub is a ten minute walk from the ground which will impede on your drinking time. For those not fussed whether they go into a pub, there is an Asda located near the ground where you can get a few tins although the Police may get a bit funny about drinking a few beers outside the ground before the match. Don`t say you haven`t been warned!!!

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Date:Tuesday August 26 2008

Time: 8:56PM

 

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