Swindon Tickets Selling Fast

WE know it is quite a thing to leave things to the last minute at Christmas.

Not least of all sending Home Park into raptures by scoring a late, late winner to put the seal on a dominant display against Stevenage, eh, Naz?

However, with New Year’s Day set to witness one of the biggest matches – on several levels – that the Theatre of Greens has seen in recent years, we do not think it would be wise to wait a moment longer to make sure of your seat for the Sky Bet League Two top-of-the-table tussle against Swindon Town.

Wednesday’s game is the first with all four sides of Home Park fully open, including the magnificent new Mayflower Grandstand, for the first time in more than a decade. A moment in history.

Even so, and with capacity now at 18,000, some parts of the ground have already sold out. Other areas are getting close. Sunday’s win over Stevenage was the fifth successive home victory and everyone, it seems, want to catch the wave that Ryan Lowe and his Pilgrims are riding.

We would love you to be part of our special New Year’s Day occasion, which also includes the official launch of Plymouth’s Mayflower 400 celebrations.

Home Park will definitely be the only place to be on New Year’s Day, with Argyle v Swindon top of the bill.

That is why we have made it even easier to buy a ticket for the big game – you do not even have to leave the comfort of your home.

Buying a digital ticket online takes all the hassle out of queueing and you do not even need a physical ticket to gain admission on match-day.

Simply go to www.argyletickets.com/swindon-home to buy your digital ticket or, for those who prefer something a little more physical, you can select the print-at-home option.

If you prefer the personal touch – no problem: the Home Park Ticket Office will be open between 9am-3pm on New Year’s Eve and from 10am on match-day.

Whether you choose digital, print-at-home or to buy from Home Park, just do not leave it until the last minute.

We would hate you to miss out on a big day in the history of Plymouth.