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7 November 2017

Discounted match tickets for Sheffield visit and Town reward hospice and hospital staff

Matchday tickets have been cut to just £15 for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday later this month, with the Club also rewarding staff at hospitals and hospices in the local area for that game.

The Town first-team players will be making their annual Christmas visits to West Suffolk Hospital; Colchester Hospital; St Nicholas Hospice; St Elizabeth Hospice and EACH (Treehouse) in December, with presents for the patients but for the visit of the Owls, it will be the clinical staff who will gain.

Close on 1000 staff from those organisations will be the Club’s guests for the Wednesday game on November 22, which will be shown live on Sky.  

The Town players will also be visiting patients in Ipswich Hospital in December. More than 1000 staff at the hospital were at Blues' season opener against Birmingham free of charge. 

Frontline prison officers at HMP Highpoint, HMP Warren Hill and HMP Hollesley Bay will also be at the Sheffield game courtesy of the Club as Town follow on from the 999 Day, where staff from the fire brigade, police and ambulance services were at Portman Road for the Fulham match.

Matchday prices for the game have been set at £15 for adults, seniors 65+ and U23; £8 for U19s and £3 for U12s in the family areas.

These discounted adult prices are for all areas of the stadium. Tickets are now on sale. See for details. 

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