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First Home Games Going On General Sale

23 July 2012
By Hob Nob Anyone?

Reading's first six home games back in the top tier of English football are going on general sale this week. Royalty points come into play in tiers downwards from 1000 points, meaning all games are already for sale depending on the number of points held. However the games with Stoke City, Fulham, Norwich and Everton are already on general public sale. Any tickets left for the Spurs and Newcastle games will be available to all members from tomorrow. All fixtures still have plenty of seats available.

Tickets are on-sale for half of the South Stand only and are priced based the popularity of the opposition this season. An adult seat to watch Reading play Spurs or Newcastle will set you back 40 pounds - while the other games are 32 pounds. With a large number of season tickets holders selling out the vast majoriy of the rest of the stadium it seems that the club's plans mean that non-season ticket holders with over 1000 points shouldn't have a problem getting South Stand tickets for even the bigger games - which makes a lot of sense.

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