Port Vale have sold more than 2,000 tickets for their game at Walsall on Saturday as excitement grows about the club’s chances of making the play-offs.
Vale had sold just over the 2,000 mark by close of business today, having been given a total allocation of around 2,360.
Fans snapped up their initial allocation of around 1,400 by Monday afternoon but the club secured a further 900 tickets which went on sale on Tuesday afternoon. The club has advised that the game is now all-ticket for Vale fans and no tickets will be on sale from Walsall on the day.
Meanwhile, the Saddlers have advised they are only selling tickets to their own supporters who have a purchasing history with them.
John Askey’s team are up to sixth in the League Two table following a run of 13 points from the last five games, culminating in Saturday’s 3-0 win at home to Colchester.
So, the Walsall game is the first of 12 remaining fixtures for the Vale to try to make the play-offs for the first time since 1993.
Meanwhile, Vale are reminding supporters that the Early-Bird tickets for the 2020/21 season are on sale.
There is an instalment plan available, but the Early-Bird prices are available until June 30.
Those prices have been frozen. But an exception is those for young adults, fans aged 18-21, which are being reduced from £255 to £215.
An early-bird adult season ticket for the Lorne Street Stand is £310, or £295 in all other parts of the ground.
Senior tickets for the Lorne Street are £255, young adults are £215 and juniors, aged 12-17, are £145.
A family junior ticket for 12-13 year olds is available for £65 if bought alongside adult or senior tickets.
Meanwhile, season tickets for under-12s remain free.