Date: 3rd September 2009 at 3:08pm
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Pompey have announced that ticket prices for around half of this seasons games have been cut.

Tickets have been reduced for games again Wigan, Burnley, Birmingham, Sunderland, Stoke, Hull, Blackburn and Wolves.

More info can be found with what was posted on The Pompey Site below…

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POMPEY CUT TICKET PRICES

Pompey have slashed matchday ticket prices for nearly half of their Premier League games at Fratton Park this season.

Adult tickets in the Apollo Stand (Milton end) are just £20 for eight top-flight matches, with accompanied children paying just £5 and seniors £15.

Seats in blocks E & G of the Upper North Stand are £30 for adults, £15 for accompanied children and £22 for seniors.

The price cuts apply to the home games against Wigan, Burnley, Birmingham, Sunderland, Stoke, Hull, Blackburn and Wolves.

Blues chief executive offer Peter Storrie said: “We want to see Fratton Park full for every match, to create the sort of atmosphere that makes the stadium a fortress.

“Having spoken to season ticket holders and supporters groups, they’re in full agreement and behind our plans to slash prices.

“With that in mind we’ve dropped prices in the Milton end and parts of the north stand where there are spaces for no fewer than eight games.”

Tickets in the Apollo Stand are normally £34 for adults, £25 for seniors and £14 for juniors.

Seats in blocks E & G of the Upper North Stand are normally £38 for adults, £27 for seniors and £20 for juniors.

Under the changes the coupling of games has been scrapped.

Matchday ticket prices for Wigan (Oct 31), Burnley (Dec 5), Birmingham (Jan 16), Sunderland (Feb 9), Stoke (Feb 20), Hull (Mar 20), Blackburn (Apr 3), Wolves (May 1):

Apollo End:
Adult £20
Accompanied children (maximum of two) £5 each
Seniors £15
Unaccompanied children £10

North Stand Upper E & G Blocks (wings):
Adult £30
Accompanied children (maximum of two) £15 each
Seniors £22
Unaccompanied children £20


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