Town tickets are on sale now - to some

ROLL up Town fans! Tickets for the first league match of the season at Portman Road are on sale now.Though the Blues kick off their Nationwide Division One campaign against Walsall on August 10, the first home game a week later will be the first chance many fans get to see their heroes in competitive action this season.

ROLL up Town fans! Tickets for the first league match of the season at Portman Road are on sale now.

Though the Blues kick off their Nationwide Division One campaign against Walsall on August 10, the first home game a week later will be the first chance many fans get to see their heroes in competitive action this season.

Tickets are on sale to Silver Club members now and go on general sale at 1.00pm on Monday August 5.

Ticket office and call centre manager John Ford, said "This is a great match to start the season with, quality opposition should mean a great day's entertainment for Ipswich fans. I encourage supporters to buy tickets early to get the best choice of seats and the very best prices.


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"Buying early means we can post your tickets to you, allowing you easy access into the stadium with no queueing for tickets on the day, and of course we will still be selling season tickets. Buying them before the Leicester match will ensure that the price will be frozen the following season."

Tickets for league matches bought before the day of the match are reduced in price by £1 per ticket for all supporters. Prices start at starting at £19 for adults, £13 for senior citizens and £5 for Under 16s.

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n Telephone sales on 01473 400555 or personal callers can purchase from the Ticket office on Constantine Road.

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