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Everton ticket news
« on: January 30, 2002, 12:18:12 pm »
F A BARCLAYCARD PREMIERSHIP
LIVERPOOL V EVERTON

To be played at Anfield
on Saturday 23 February 2002, kick off 3.00 p.m.

Admission to the above mentioned fixture will be by TICKET ONLY and the following charges will apply:-

Main Stand, Centenary Stand Upper and Lower Tiers Paddock Enclosure and Anfield Road 27.00

Kop Grandstand 25.00

Adult/Child combined ticket (Kop Grandstand) 37.50

Adult/Child combined ticket (Anfield Road Stand) 40.50

Season ticket holders will, of course, be able to gain entry as usual for this Premier League fixture through their normal turnstiles on production of their season ticket book voucher No.13.

Initially match day tickets for this fixture will only be available to those supporters who are in possession of the complete retained portion of a match ticket purchased for the Middlesbrough game played on 8 December 2001, and Arsenal on 23 December 2001.

BOTH ticket stubs are required in order to apply for an Everton ticket.

Torn, Mutilated or Amended tickets will not qualify.

Ticket Allocation

Once stand ticket for each appropriate Middlesbrough and Arsenal stub held, for as long as supplies last. Tickets will be allocated on a like for like basis and where this is not possible, as available.

Selling Arrangements

Ticket stub holders can purchase a ticket, as available, from the Ticket Office from Thursday 31 January 2002 until Tuesday 12 February 2002, for as long as supplies last. Tickets will be on sale during normal office hours, which are 9.15 a.m. until 4.45 p.m., Monday to Friday.

The appropriate ticket stubs will NOT be applicable after Tuesday 12 February 2002.

Postal Applications

Ticket stub holders from the Middlesbrough and Arsenal games who are unable to attend in person should make application by post immediately, enclosing the Middlesbrough and Arsenal ticket stub, the correct remittance and a stamped addressed e nvelope.

Important

Complimentary, Guest, Anfield Road Visitors tickets from the Middlesbrough and/or Arsenal matches, tickets purchased through the Priority Ticket Scheme or the Supporters Club or Development Association will NOT be eligible for an Everton ticket.

Telephone Credit Card Bookings

Due to an exchange of valid ticket stubs being required for the Everton fixture, the telephone credit card service will not be operational for this match.

The Ticket Office will be closed on Saturday 2 February, Sunday 3, Saturday 9, Sunday 10, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February 2002.

Note

In the event of any tickets remaining after the above sale, a further ticket selling announcement will be made as soon as possible.


Does anyone have 2 spare Middlesbrough stubs they could give me? I may be able to exchange an Arsenal stub in return ....
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Re: Everton ticket news
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2002, 12:34:31 pm »
I ain't got any spares. But I am in a good mood as now I KNOW I can go as I went to both on normal ticket rather than ST  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Everton ticket news
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2002, 04:09:24 pm »
Saw no scally kids collecting Boro stubs. I reckon there will be tickets leftover after the stub sale. Do you remember that the Man U double stub thing meant the tickets did not sell out to stub holders? Postal application for general sale may work. Anyone suggest the best time to post in for this?
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Re: Everton ticket news
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2002, 04:14:18 pm »
Get your application to arrive the first day AFTER the stubs sales have finished.  that will give the best chance if you don't have a stub.
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Re: Everton ticket news
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2002, 04:12:59 am »
I'll try that. I am sorted anyway but if I can get two spares I can swap them for away tickets which are harder for me to get.
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