Ticket Details – JPT FInal

March 1, 2007

Tickets for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final between Bristol Rovers and Doncaster Rovers at the Millennium Stadium will go on sale this weekend.

The Memorial Stadium will be open for business on both Saturday and Sunday, as members of the club’s priority groups are given first opportunity to secure top seats for the Cardiff showdown.

Rovers have been given the larger south side of the Millennium Stadium, which means in excess of 35,000 seats can be made available to Gasheads should the demand be there.

Season ticket holders (presenting Voucher G), Presidents Club members, 1883 Club members, Helpline members and Supporters Club Shareholding Scheme members can purchase tickets between 10:00am and 3:00pm this Saturday (3rd March) from Pirate Leisure at the Memorial Stadium.

On Sunday (4th March) between 10:00am and 3:00pm, Supporters Club members as well as Senior Pirates and Young Pirates will be able to secure their tickets.

Bristol Rovers Supporters Club members can purchase an additional ticket (taking the total to five) on production of their 2006/07 Special Match Voucher.

From Sunday evening at approximately 6:00pm (precise time to be confirmed) tickets will be made available online to priority groups one and two (as laid out above), with orders passed through the club database for verification purposes.

Tickets will continue to be sold exclusively to priority group members throughout next week, up until 5:00pm next Friday (9th March) afternoon.

There is a maximum purchase limit of four tickets per membership, and there will be an online purchase limit of eight tickets per order, regardless of the number of memberships.

From 5:00pm on Friday 9th March, tickets will go on general sale exclusively online, and from Saturday 10th March tickets will go on general sale to all other supporters without internet access.

The club will only be accepting personal callers, postal applications and online orders during the first week of sales.

The club will not be taking any telephone bookings directly – all telephone bookings must be through the club’s online ticketing partners TicketWeb, with details, numbers and procedures to be announced in the coming days.

There are four levels of ticket prices available at the Millennium Stadium, starting at £20 and rising to £44 for the best seats in the house.

Price Band A – £44 adults £22 concessions
Price Band B – £36 adults £18 concessions
Price Band C – £28 adults £14 concessions
Price Band D – £20 adults £10 concessions

Price bands reflect the seat position within the stadium, and its tier. Seats on the halfway line in the middle tier are the most expensive, seats behind the goals in the lower tier and upper tier are the cheapest.

We will provide more information on all tiers, blocks and seat locations available in due course.

Concessions apply only to under 16s and senior citizens – there are no discounts for students, and under 16s can only purchase tickets with a full paying adult.

And please note that the Millennium Stadium operates a very strict No Duplicates policy, so if you misplace or lose your tickets there can be no replacements. You will have to purchase new tickets at full price.

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