FFA Announce Release Of Last Tickets For Play-off
Football Federation Australia today announced that a limited number of tickets for the Powerade Series match between the Socceroos and Uruguay - the final FIFA World Cup qualifying match for a place at the 2006 FIFA World Cup - will go on sale at 9am this Thursday, November 10.
Football Federation Australia today announced that a limited number of tickets for the Powerade Series match between the Socceroos and Uruguay - the final FIFA World Cup qualifying match for a place at the 2006 FIFA World Cup - will go on sale at 9am this Thursday, November 10. This will be the final opportunity for sports fans to be there for Australia's 'date with destiny'. It follows last month's general public ticket sale when all tickets then available were snapped up on the first day of offer.
The majority of remaining tickets available are 'restricted view' though there are also a limited number of 'full view' tickets available. Around 4,000 of the remaining 5,500 tickets are 'restricted view'.
Restricted view tickets have been significantly discounted and therefore no concession or family tickets are available as part of this offer.
All tickets include public transport. Please direct any public transport enquiries to 131 500 or www.131500.com.au *
Australia v Uruguay Wednesday 16 November 2005 Telstra Stadium, Sydney Kick-off: 8pm
Final General Public On Sale: 9.00am (AEDST) Thursday 10 November.
Category Sight Restricted Category A Sight Restricted Category B Sight Restricted Category C Adult $150.00 $75.00 $45.00
Category Full View Category A Full View Category B Full View Category C Adult $195.00 $95.00 $65.00 Pensioner * N/A $47.50 $32.50 Student ** N/A $47.50 $32.50 Child *** N/A $47.50 $32.50 Family **** N/A $190.00 $130.00
* Pensioner - Aged,TPI (valid ID cards) including seniors cards ** Student - Full time secondary and tertiary students (valid ID required) *** Child - Children 4 - 16 years inclusive (children 3 years and under will be admitted free but no seat provided) **** Family - 2 Adults and 2 Children
Ticket prices include GST and booking fees. A transaction fee of $7.95 will apply to all bookings including internet and call centres.
Wheelchair access bookings can be made by calling (02) 8736 2770 Monday to Friday between 10am - 4pm.
Ticket Sales Platforms
Details Website Internet- Ticketek www.ticketek.com.au Phone Ticketek Call Centre 132 849 Agencies Ticketek Agencies Locations detailed at www.ticketek.com.au Stadium Box Office Match Day Only (if applicable)
Public Transport Enquiries
All tickets include public transport. Please direct any public transport enquiries to 131500 or www.131500.com.au
Parking is available to be purchased from Ticketek on 132 849, www.ticketek.com.au or at agency locations.
Updates will be provided on ticketing information on the FFA website www.footballaustralia.com.au.
* Conditions apply
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