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Tickets available for Newcastle United vs West Bromwich Albion for £5 for U18s on 28th October and the same price vs West Ham United on Sunday 11th November.

Won't be to everyone's taste but great price if you're lucky enough to be under the age of 18!

Means you can pay £31 for Adult and Child combined for either match which is fairly reasonable for St James'.

West Brom info: http://www.nufc.co.uk/articles/20121015/special-ticket-offers-for-west-brom_2281670_2943041

West Ham info: http://www.nufc.co.uk/articles/20121016/special-ticket-offers-for-west-ham_2281670_2950431
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Latchem72 1 Like #1
And if you can't stump up the £31, they can lend you the money at an oh-so reasonable 4762% APR.
mattynufc#2
Great, match will be full of bairns/charvers, least they aren't allowed in my pre-match pub /grumpyoldman
Tyranicus66 1 Like #3
Latchem72
And if you can't stump up the £31, they can lend you the money at an oh-so reasonable 4762% APR.

For those of you that missed this, toon are now sponsered by Wonga! And ironically Wonga insisted that the stadium be renamed St James. The question is who really bothered to call it the sports direct arena anyway, should be called Wonderful Wongaland or something.
muckspreader1#4
Sorry dont watch 3rd division teams.Ideal present for someone you dont like.
huggychair#5
The Wonga Arena Tyneside was binned at the last minute
Dazzler2012 3 Likes #6
The real game to go see would be at the stadium of light when we absolutely smash sunderland.

Its gonna be the most one sided game of the season.
billydwarf 1 Like #7
Shame about the name change I was just getting used to ASDA
Latchem72 1 Like #8
Tyranicus66
Latchem72
And if you can't stump up the £31, they can lend you the money at an oh-so reasonable 4762% APR.

For those of you that missed this, toon are now sponsered by Wonga! And ironically Wonga insisted that the stadium be renamed St James. The question is who really bothered to call it the sports direct arena anyway, should be called Wonderful Wongaland or something.
They missed out on a blinder not calling it The Wongadome.
Lewyladz#9
Hot it's a wongafull world. SMB's better bring the cheesy chips for the way home

Edited By: Lewyladz on Oct 17, 2012 10:34
moyesdavid#10
The deal is actually incorrect.

They let under 18s in for a fiver yes. However it takes the form of a Wonga Loan which means that for the West Brom game if you pay at the end of November it costs you £37.46 but according to Mike Ashley at least a fiver of that will go to the club (the other £32.46 will be a contribution to his fund to buy out JJB Sports).

You couldn't make up what goes on in the name of Newcastle United but fat Mike's not paying 4000% on their debts.
Blasphemous 2 Likes #11
Personally I couldn't give a monkeys who is sponsoring the club, I just want the team to go out and give 4127%. ;)
Blasphemous#12
Do you need to be a member to get these deals? If so, club membership is £25 a year.
hazbin24 1 Like #13
Blasphemous
Do you need to be a member to get these deals? If so, club membership is £25 a year.

U18s tickets available without being a member. Seperate members' deal also included in each link though - those are for the adult tickets.
Blasphemous#14
Thanks hazbin.

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