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Swindon Sell 2,900 FA Cup Tickets So Far

Swindon Sell 2,900 FA Cup Tickets So Far

Swindon Town's travelling Red Army are close to selling out our initial ticket allocation for FA Cup Fourth Round tie at Leicester City.

Town have been sent 3,200 tickets and have so far sold 2,900 tickets with 900 being sold on Monday alone.

If sales continue at the pace they are now, town will sell out their allocation.

Swindon Town have been told that a further allocation of 1,800 tickets will be made available should we sell out the tickets we have already been sent.

COYR!!



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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Monday January 23 2012
Time: 10:10PM

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