Hatters receive just over 2,500 tickets for Crystal Palace clash

2,687 tickets have been allotted to Luton Town for their crucial Premier League matchup against Crystal Palace on Saturday, March 9.

Season card holders who attended six away games during the previous season can now purchase tickets for this match. All Season card members can buy one ticket per person starting on Thursday, February 29 at 10am. Tickets for Diamond Season Card holders were first made available for purchase last week. Any Two Year member may reserve a ticket on Monday, March 4, subject to availability. Members with a past purchase history may reserve a ticket on Tuesday, March 5.

On Wednesday, March 6, they will then go on general sale to any fan with a past purchase history, subject to availability. “Due to feedback received last season regarding allocated seats, we are assisting those supporters who cannot stand,” the club said in a statement. If fans plan to stand, kindly reserve seats in the “back” areas so that those who must or would prefer to sit can watch the pitch.


Luton head to Crystal Palace next month - pic: Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Adult prices: £30. Seniors: £20 (above 65). £20 for students with ID. £20 for those aged 18 to 21. £16 for U18s. Supporters who use wheelchairs or ambulances must pay the appropriate age-related fee and are eligible for a personal assistant if they get a higher Disability Living Allowance, Personal Protection Payment, or Attendance Allowance. Except for juniors, who pay the same price, restricted view seats are discounted by £1 for all other concessions and by £2 for adults.


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