Cardiff ticket prices are cut

CARDIFF City have agreed to extend a ticket price cut to Ipswich Town supporters attending Saturday's Coca-Cola Championship - after the intervention of Evening Star columnist Phil Ham.

CARDIFF City have agreed to extend a ticket price cut to Ipswich Town supporters attending Saturday's Coca-Cola Championship - after the intervention of Evening Star columnist Phil Ham.

The Bluebirds' official website announced that all tickets for the game would cost £10 for adults and £1 for concessions (senior citizens, under-16s and students), whereas Town fans had paid £23 for seats and £22 for terrace tickets.

After Ham, who writes a weekly column in the Star and is editor of the Those Were The Days website, alerted Ipswich Town, club secretary Sally Webb contacted Cardiff who have agreed to extend the price cut to Town fans.

Those who have already purchased tickets for match, which kicks off at noon, with credit or debit cards can get a refund by contacting the club ticket office this week.


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Those who paid for their tickets by cash need to take them to Planet Blue to get a cash refund.

All remaining tickets are being sold by Ipswich Town at the price of £10 for adults and £1 for concessions.

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