Town launch new ticketing scheme
A NEW matchday system – which allows Ipswich Town fans to buy their tickets online – has gone live today.
Blues supporters now have the option of printing their own tickets before they arrive at Portman Road, courtesy of the club’s brand new ‘Print at Home’ initiative.
The scheme will ensure customers no longer have to wait for their tickets to arrive in the post or queue for collection with web sales for each match left open much closer to kick-off.
John Ford, ticket office manager, said: “This initiative will make life much easier for supporters as they won’t now need to wait for tickets to arrive in the post or queue up on matchdays.
“The access system is totally secure which means that any barcode generated, whether that is on a match ticket, a season ticket or on the ‘Print at Home’ ticket, can only be used once.”
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When buying tickets online, fans can select the ‘Print at Home’ icon, where they will receive a confirmation email including a PDF file of each ticket they have purchased.
The printed ticket will contain a barcode, the same as the paper ones, which will ensure secure access into the stadium.
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