Final Kuwait ticket release on Tuesday 3pm
Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced that a limited number of tickets will go on sale at 3pm on Tuesday 8th August for next week’s AFC Asian Cup 2007 Qualifying Tournament match between the Socceroos and Kuwait at Aussie Stadium, Sydney (Wednesday 16 August 2006, kick-off 7:30pm).
Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced that a limited number of tickets will go on sale at 3pm on Tuesday 8th August for next week-s AFC Asian Cup 2007 Qualifying Tournament match between the Socceroos and Kuwait at Aussie Stadium, Sydney (Wednesday 16 August 2006, kick-off 7:30pm).
The tickets have become available as a result of release backs from FFA commercial partners and travel groups.
The FFA advises supporters to purchase their tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Ticket prices for the Socceroos v Kuwait are;
|Category||Category A||Category B||Category C|
|Pensioner *||$60||$20||$10 |
|Student **||$60||$20||$10 |
|Child ***||$60||$20||$10 |
|Family ****||N/A||$80||$40 |
* 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 may apply to all bookings including internet and call centres. Purchases are limited to 8 tickets per transaction. Wheelchair access bookings can be made by calling (02) (02) 9266 4212 Monday to Friday between 10am - 4pm.
|Phone||Ticketek Call Centre||132 849|
|Agencies||Ticketek Agencies||Locations detailed atwww.ticketek.com.au|
|Stadium||Box Office||Match Day Only (if applicable)|
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