Christmas tickets selling well
TICKETS for Ipswich Town's Christmas holiday home games are selling like hot cakes.Even though the top-of-the-table clash with Wigan Athletic on Tuesday, December 21 is being televised live on Sky, a crowd of between 27,000 and 28,000 is expected to turn up at Portman Road.
By Dave Vincent
TICKETS for Ipswich Town's Christmas holiday home games are selling like hot cakes.
Even though the top-of-the-table clash with Wigan Athletic on Tuesday, December 21 is being televised live on Sky, a crowd of between 27,000 and 28,000 is expected to turn up at Portman Road. By yesterday 26,300 seats had been sold.
The home Coca-Cola Championship game with Stoke City a week later, on December 28, is already approaching 22,500 tickets sold, which will probably predict an attendance of around 25,000. Also on general sale is the New Year's Day clash with West Ham United, with 26,200 tickets already snapped up. If they continue to sell at the same rate a crowd of approaching 28,500 is likely.
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Town's ticket office is open normal hours from December 20 to 23 and then from 9am to 1pm on Christmas Eve (December 24). The office is closed on December 25 and December 26. The counter is open for tickets and collections on December 27 from 10 am to 4 pm.
With Town's match against Stoke on Tuesday, December 28 kicking off at 12.15pm, the ticket office will also be open as normal for match days.
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