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Fixture News So you’ve got your LV= Cup final ticket – now what about transport?
The Saints’ ticket allocation has nearly gone for the 2014 LV= Cup final, so attention can now turn to getting to the game in Exeter!
Sandy Park is one of the newest stadiums in the Aviva Premiership, but there are a few things to note for supporters who are heading to the venue for the first time:
There is no on-site car parking at Sandy Park. For supporters travelling to games by car, parking is available at either the nearby Crealy Adventure Park or Westpoint Arena at a cost of £5 per vehicle and includes a free, regular shuttle service for occupants to and from the stadium, both before and after the game has been played. All car parks will be signposted clearly from Junction 30 on the M5
Exeter Chiefs advise all supporters that there will be a controlled parking zone on all roads near to the stadium, including Clyst Heath and Rydon Lane, allowing parking for residents only, who must display the appropriate pass. Anyone found parking in these areas without the appropriate pass will receive a parking ticket. The zones are clearly indicated and will be patrolled by traffic wardens. The Chiefs ask all supporters to respect these controlled areas and think of the nearby residents at all times
The Saints recommends that as many supporters as possible use the club coaches which are travelling to Exeter and back on Sunday. Leaving Franklin’s Gardens from 7:30am, coach tickets are at a subsidised price of just £15 per person, with drop-offs and collections from Sandy Park. Take the hassle out of your match day travel by visiting http://tinyurl.com/LVCupFinal-Coaches
and following the straightforward instructions! Coach tickets will stay on sale until Thursday, March 13th.