DEMAND for tickets for Argyle’s Emirates FA Cup tie against Liverpool at Home Park has shown no signs of slowing down.
Despite adding more than 1,800 extra seats by re-opening the Mayflower Terrace for Wednesday’s third-round replay against the Premier League giants, the Pilgrims are approaching sell-out for the big match.
Around 1,000 tickets, plus another 400 with a restricted view, remained to be sold when the Home Park Ticket Office closed of business on Monday night – more than 48 hours before kick-off.
With a new capacity of nearly 17,500, Wednesday is all set up to be one of the most magnificent nights in Home Park history.
The Ticket Office will re-open at 9am on Tuesday morning when supporters without a booking history, but who live in postcode areas PL, TQ, TR and EX will be eligible to buy tickets for the first time since they went on sale.
These – up to a maximum of two per person – will be available to purchase in person at the Ticket Office or over the ’phone (on 01752 907700) only. They are not available online.
Tickets will also remain available to purchase for Green and White Members, and Big Green Lottery Members, who have not previously bought a ticket and/or who want to buy two additional tickets if they have not already done so.
Tickets – again up to a maximum of two – will also be sold to people who meet the club’s booking-history criteria.
To satisfy the booking-history criteria, supporters must have purchased a minimum of five different first-team games – home or away – through the Argyle Ticket Office over the past two seasons.
Tickets for Green and White Members, Big Green Lottery Members, and people who satisfy booking-history criteria will be available on line; at the Ticket Office; and by ’phone, toll-free on 01752 907700.