Surge In £10 Everton Ticket Sales
Monday, 30th Apr 2018 11:30
Prior to Saturday's win over Bournemouth tickets for next weekend's game at Everton were going slowly, suddenly they are picking up as Saints fans realise how important this game is.
Usually like most clubs Saints take 2,000 tickets at Goodison all located in the Lower Bullens and don't request the upper tier, a few weeks ago they decided to take the full allocation of 3,000 in anticipation that this might be a vital game for the club.
Initially this looked like folly, defeat to Chelsea and only a point at Leicester left man believing that the trip to Goodison might just be for the last rites, however after the win on Saturday against the Cherries, the belief is back amongst the fans and tickets sold for Everton literally doubled on Sunday.
Monday morning has seen a steady number of sales as suddenly the Saints supporters are waking up to the fact that we might just be able to stay up, but winning at Everton will be crucial and could take us out of the bottom three.
But if getting behind the team and turning Goodison Red is not enough incentive, the fact that adult tickets are only £10 should also help sway the decision, put bluntly it will be cheaper to watch Saints at Everton than it was to watch the victory over Bournemouth on Saturday even taking into account travel costs.
By coach it is only £23 on the official coach's run by the club with Virgin Media sponsoring travel as well as ticket prices, our friends at Southampton Away Travel also have spaces left and you can book there using the link below.
But it is cheaper still by car, the 480 mile round trip to Merseyside should be no more than around £80 in petrol even for the most petrol guzzling cars, split between four people it is only £20 each meaning that it is cheaper than going to St Mary's.
Back in 1999 Saints officially took 10,000 fans to Selhurst park to play Wimbledon with many more in the home areas, that game went down in history, it was truly one of the great away games for Saints fans of any age, Everton could be just as monumental both on and off the pitch, get your ticket now before everyone has the same idea.
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