Oxford United given 2,800 tickets for West Brom tie

Oxford United given 2,800 tickets for West Brom tie

Oxford United given 2,800 tickets for West Brom tie

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Oxford United have been allocated 2,800 tickets for the Capital One Cup second round tie at West Bromwich Albion, which has been confirmed for Tuesday, August 26 (8pm).

The U's fans will be behind the goal in the covered Smethwick Road End.

Advance ticket prices are £10 for all supporters, with £5 for under 17s.

On the day prices rise to £15 and £10 for under 17s.

Wheelchair/ambulant supporters are priced as above with a PA free.

Tickets are available online now, on general sale, at www.oufctickets.co.uk.

They will then be on sale from 9.30am on Monday in person or by telephone from the Oxford United ticket office (01865 337533).

They will be on sale until 3pm on the day of the match.

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1:03pm Fri 15 Aug 14

dorsetbob says...

On general sale now ! all gone in 2/3 days if the online site working properly, and at £10, We need more
On general sale now ! all gone in 2/3 days if the online site working properly, and at £10, We need more dorsetbob
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3:28pm Fri 15 Aug 14

South Upper 87 says...

Would love us to take that sort of support, but I reckon 2000 max. Shame it could not have been arranged for the day before which is a Bank Holiday, more could have gone.
Would love us to take that sort of support, but I reckon 2000 max. Shame it could not have been arranged for the day before which is a Bank Holiday, more could have gone. South Upper 87
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