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Play Off Final Tickets Go On Sale At 9am

17 May 2017
By Hob Nob Anyone?

Tickets for Reading's visit to Wembley Stadium for the Championship play-off final go on sale at 9am tomorrow morning (Thursday 18 May). The Royals will face either Sheffield Wednesday or Huddersfield, who play their second leg this evening, in the final on Monday 29 May. The Royals have a huge allocation of 38,342 tickets - which means that every Reading fan should have no problem getting a ticket.

Ticket sales open tomorrow for all season tickets holders for this season and next season. Season ticket holders will be able to purchase two tickets against their account. Members with over 750 points will also be able to purchase a ticket each.

On Friday morning remaining tickets go on sale to all member card holders with over 25 points who will be able to buy two tickets each. Those with over 50 points can buy four tickets each and season ticket holders who have already purchased tickets will be able to buy more for friends and family.

Tickets are priced in five categories ranging from £36 to £98. With big allocations of tickets for any existing supporters and such a large allocation of tickets available there really should be no problems getting a ticket even if you can't on the Thursday.

Blocks 105 to 108 are allocated at the family area and blocks 109 to 114 are the suggested singing blocks.


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» 16 May 2017 22:59

Initial details here:

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, and will be sold through See Tickets and not the club ticket office, through this link - although no information is on there as yet.

More info to come


» 16 May 2017 23:06

Does this mean that it could be a free for all for tickets? Not that that's going to be a major issue with the amount of tickets that we're going to get, but I imagine that it would be quite hard for them to limit it to STHs for a period of time, before opening up to general sale, via a third party.

Does anyone remember how it worked for the Swansea play-off final? I think that was through a third party as well.


» 16 May 2017 23:14

It is a bit concerning and will be interesting to see how it pans out.
Just hope blocks of them dont get into the hands of touts or end up on reseller sights as is often the case with ticket agency sales....


» 16 May 2017 23:17

Strange that ticket office not doing it

How they will be able to stagger sales I don't know so reckon it'll be something like 5 per person or something

How many tickets do play off finalist normally get?

 Winchester Royal

» 16 May 2017 23:18

The link does reference priority booking periods so there should be some points criteria.


» 16 May 2017 23:19

35000 i think


» 16 May 2017 23:19


» 16 May 2017 23:32

Hope it's not 1 per STH as I'd like to sit with my old man :(

 Elm Park Kid

» 16 May 2017 23:36

Something like season ticket holders plus one on Thursday. Members with 100+ points Friday and then general sale?


» 16 May 2017 23:45

Them prices :shock:


» 16 May 2017 23:48

Shouldn't be any problem getting a ticket, I would've thought? I have about 300 points.

Did Swansea go to General Sale?


» 16 May 2017 23:55

Is there likely to be specific blocks for standing?

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