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Notts County FC vs AFC Fylde - £3 + 60p booking fee @ Ticketmaster eticketing

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Posted 26th Sep

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Adult tickets purchased in advance for Notts County’s home match against AFC Fylde on Saturday 28 September (kick-off 3pm) are priced only £3!
60p booking fee per ticket.

Tickets for supporters aged 65 and over and 18-21 will cost £2, under 18s can watch for only £1 and under sevens will be given free entry.

This initiative follows on from the success of Notts’ unique £2 ticket promotions, which attracted huge crowds to Meadow Lane in recent seasons.










And the club are expecting another bumper attendance for the visit of the Lancastrians.

Prices will revert to the usual matchday rates at midnight before the match, so don’t miss out on the huge savings!
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Heat added. Deserve a full house with initiatives like this. And after all the filth they’ve been through recently.
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Heat added. Deserve a full house with initiatives like this. And after all the filth they’ve been through recently.
is it that bad that nobody wants to see it? :/
I can't make it down on Saturday unfortunately. Come on you Mighty Mags..
Every time they do this offer they seem to go down a league (or should that be non league)?
I had wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...I had a wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...County...County...County.
Norton2826/09/2019 21:46

I had wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...I had a wheelbarrow the wheel fell …I had wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...I had a wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...County...County...County.


LOL it's been a long time since I went down the lane I forgot about that song!
"We've got Charlie palmer he smokes marijuana"
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Heat. All football should be much cheaper.

I'd recommend the casual fan to go if they can. While I wouldn't want my team (Exeter City) to go back there, non-league football can be great fun - I often attend NL matches in London for something to do. In fact the Corinthian Casuals v Greenwich Borough play-off semi final I saw a couple of years ago was the best game I saw anywhere that season.

Notts County have a proper stadium too and Nottingham is a cool city to visit. I apologise if I offend anyone but the great majority of the away trips in the lower leagues/Conference are to depressing, moribund, run-down places you can't wait to get out of so grab the opportunity to attend this game. For some reason lowly professional football clubs are rarely located in pleasant, attractive places like Shrewsbury, Chester or Canterbury.
Norton2826/09/2019 21:46

I had wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...I had a wheelbarrow the wheel fell …I had wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...I had a wheelbarrow the wheel fell off...County...County...County.


Interesting how many of the clubs who gave up fan ownership for the promises of sugar-daddy success are no better off - or worse off.
spamabsorbed26/09/2019 18:36

is it that bad that nobody wants to see it? :/


Biggest crowds in the league so obviously not the case is it sport?
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