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LV= Cup final ticketing arrangements – should the Saints get there!

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Club News LV= Cup final ticketing arrangements – should the Saints get there!

Northampton Saints has announced details of the club’s allocation for the 2014 LV= Cup final, should the team beat Saracens in March’s semi-final.

Given the eight-day turnaround between the semi-final and final the Saints’ management has, as in previous years, decided to announce ticketing details to enable supporters to be ready in the event of the team reaching the Anglo-Welsh showcase.

Should the Saints overcome Saracens on March 8th tickets for the final will go on sale to those supporters who attended the semi-final ONLY immediately after the match for personal callers and online. Instructions for booking online will be posted on the Saints website if the team wins the semi-final.

Supporters who attend the semi-final will have until 12noon on Monday, March 10th to book their ticket for the final. Any unsold tickets will then go on general sale until 9am on Thursday, March 13th.

Both finalists have been allocated 1,800 tickets each, with prices as follows:
East Terrace and North Terrace: Adults £20; Juniors £10
SW Comms Stand: Adults £27.50; Juniors £15
West Stand: All tickets £35

Coach tickets will also be available at a subsidised price of £15 per person.

Babes in arms (Under-2s) can be admitted without charge and should be seated on the lap of the parent or legal guardian. Disabled supporters will need to contact Exeter Chiefs directly.

Tickets outside either finalist’s allocation are currently on general sale to all supporters directly from Exeter Chiefs.

“The LV= Cup final has been a fun day out, and should we beat Saracens on March 8th it would be tremendous if we could sell out our ticket allocation for the final before the end of the weekend,” said Saints chief executive Allan Robson.

“Hundreds of our supporters travel to Sandy Park each season, so they can testify that Exeter makes for a superb rugby destination for both a day trip or a full weekend.

“More importantly, we would be playing for the first senior silverware of the season, and Jim, the coaches and players will certainly appreciate as much support as possible.

“We don’t like to make any assumptions, not least for a game against Saracens, who are one of the toughest opponents we could have. But with such a short turnaround between the semi-final and final we thought it prudent to inform our supporters in advance of what ticket plans will be in place should we win on March 8th, in order to give them as much preparation time as possible.”

Tickets for the LV= Cup semi-final against Saracens are now on general sale. To book online 24 hours a day just CLICK HERE and follow the straightforward instructions.

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