Liverpool Game A Sell Out
Monday, 12th Aug 2019 20:57
As expected the opening home game of the season against Liverpool has sold out well before the game, however there are still ways to get tickets if you want to go.
Although all the ticket in the general seating tickets have now been sold you can still get a ticket if you want, the club have now opened their ticket exchange which enables season ticket holders unable to go to the game, resell their tickets via the club's official website.
This means season ticket holders can get a credit on their account for next season's season ticket and someone gets to use what would have been an empty seat.
But if you want a bit more luxury there's still availability across Southampton's hospitality offerings,
" including the fully refurbished Markus Liebherr Lounge, featuring three courses of fine dining and all-inclusive drinks."
"Plus, fans can now treat themselves to accommodation as part of our hotel package with a night at Jury's Inn Southampton included alongside their match ticket."
Of course these are reassuringly expensive with the cheapest offering being a seat in the general seating area in the Kingsland stand (Normal price £65) use of the Gasworks Bar with a free drink and programme, with food and drink available to purchase for the bargain price of £180 inclusive of VAT
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