Port Vale are putting tickets for their home game with Oldham on sale to season ticket holders from tomorrow (Thursday).
The Vale have confirmed they have an allocation of around 2,500 for the game, on Saturday March 21. Holders of season tickets, either for this season or next, have from Thursday to Saturday to buy them and can have two each.
Remaining tickets will then go on general sale from Monday.
The game could be key to the Vale’s hopes of reaching the play offs. With nine games remaining, John Askey’s side are one point and one place outside the top seven.
The club has also announced that fans who attend the next three away games – at Oldham, Cambridge and Carlisle, will be given a better chance of tickets for the final game of the regular league season, away to Plymouth on Saturday April 25th.
Vale may only get an 1,500 tickets for that game, an allocation that is unlikely to meet demand if they need a result to clinch a place in the play offs.
So, fans who have season tickets (either for this year or next) plus their tickets from the next three away games, will get first priority.
Season ticket holders will get second priority, followed by non season ticket holders with tickets from the Oldham, Cambridge and Carlisle games.
Ticket prices for Oldham are £18 adults, £8 over 65s, 18-20 year olds and students, and £5 for under-18s.
Those admission prices rise to £22 adults, £10 over 65s, 18-20 year olds and students, and £7 for under-18s on matchday.