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Saints Slash Prices For FA Cup 4th Round Tie Against Coventry City
Wednesday, 19th Jan 2022 09:30

Southampton have made the FA Cup game against the Sky Blues affordable for all with prices slashed, however this is on advance purchases only and tickets bought on the day will double.

Saints have slashed ticket prices to only £10 for adults for the visit of Coventry City in the FA Cup, a welcome move from the club given the current Covid situation and many people seeing price increases to their utility bills and other essential items.

It will also boost the crowd and make sure Saints have a virtual full house in the home sections to make sure that what will be a noisy 4,500 or so away supporters don't dominate the atmosphere.

The prices are as follows

£10 for adult supporters aged 18 and above, and £5 for under-18s, until tickets go on general sale when prices will rise to £15 for adults and £5 for under-18s. Purchases made on the day of the game will be £20 for adults and £10 for under-18s.

Hospitality packages and general admission tickets for Season Ticket holders will be available to purchase from 9.30am on Wednesday 19th January.

Season Ticket holders will be given a priority window to buy tickets for the match and their seats will be reserved until 25th January and will also have their regular seats reserved until tickets go on sale to members – although fans whose seats are situated in blocks 40-42 in the Northam and the Red Zone situated around the tunnel in the Itchen stand will not be able to purchase their usual seats, but will be able to buy any seats not taken up by season ticket holders elsewhere.

Full information can be found using the link below.

https://www.southamptonfc.com/news/2022-01-18/tickets-southampton-fc-coventry-ci

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ElijahK added 10:44 - Jan 19
Fair play to sports republic for this, already doing more for the fans within like a fortnight, than Gao did in a few years! Still should be a good game!
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TimSaint added 16:33 - Jan 19
....so FA Cup matches were always priced highly under Gao ?

I think your judgement and eagerness to take a pop has been fogged by the fact that fans couldn't attend cup matches last season, due to Covid.

I'm absolutely certain that I paid £10 for my Huddersfield 3rd Round FA Cup ticket at St Marys in Jan 2020 and I also paid £10 for the 4th round tie at home to Spurs. Then the uproar followed, as Spurs had the audacity to charge £25 for replay tickets.

Perhaps check the facts next time, before making such false accusations.
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