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Swindon Fans: Lets Pack The Bank

Swindon Fans: Lets Pack The Bank

LET'S PACK THE BANK!

Swindon Town v Mansfield, April 21st 2007

SWINDON Town are offering supporters the chance to pack out the Stratton Bank Stand for the visit of Mansfield Town on Saturday 21st April 2007.

With automatic promotion back into League One the target, Paul Sturrock wants to see both ends of the stadium cheering on the Reds.

The club have announced a discounted ticket offer and fans have been given the opportunity to watch the game for just £5.

Season Ticket Holders can buy up to four tickets each at £5 a ticket. Should a Season Ticket Holder wish to sit on the Stratton Bank rather than in their usual seat, their seat in the Stratton Bank is free.

Fans who can produce their tickets, or ticket stubs, from both the Shrewsbury Town and Torquay United game can also buy up to four tickets at £5 each.

These discounted tickets will be available for purchase from 9am on Tuesday 3rd April until 5pm on Thursday 19th April.

Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase their tickets either in person or by calling the STFC Box Office on 0870 4431894.

Non-season ticket holders will need to call into the STFC Box Office in person with their tickets from the Shrewsbury and Torquay games.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday March 30 2007
Time: 1:34PM

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