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Argyle v Shrewsbury: iFollow Streaming Codes for Season-Ticket Holders

23 September 2020

Season-Ticket holders will today receive their unique promo code that will grant access to watch this Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixture with Shrewsbury Town

Codes have now been sent to the email addresses of season-ticket holders registered on our ticketing database.

For help redeeming your codes, please visit or help section here.

For non season-ticket holders, the game is available to purchase now for just £10. Please Click here to buy.

If your promo code is not received by lunchtime on Wednesday, please call the Home Park ticket office on 01752 907700 or email tickets@pafc.co.uk where members of the ticketing team will be able to provide you with your code. The team will also be available all day on Thursday and Friday and between midday and 3pm on Saturday.

We would encourage you to use your code as soon as possible, enabling the EFL iFollow team as much time as possible to help should you have any technical issues.

Please note that your email address and code are unique to you and cannot be used by anyone else.

Only one device can be logged in per iFollow account at one time.

If you encounter any issues whilst watching the game, once your account is active, please email ifollow@efl.com or use the live chat function in the iFollow page, where the EFL Digital team will be able to help you.

From the team and staff at Argyle we would like to thank you for your patience and understanding during what has been a challenging time for everyone. We hope that you enjoy being able to follow Argyle from home and look forward to being able to welcome you back to Home Park soon.

Please note, in order to register an iFollow account, the user must confirm that they are over 18 years of age. If this promotional code is intended for an under 18 support, a parent or guardian must register for iFollow and redeem the code. This constitutes parental consent.


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