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26 February 2019

Paul on Reading clash as fans look to take up ticket offer for crucial 90 minutes

Paul Lambert has hailed Saturday’s game against Reading as ‘massive’.

Town are nine points adrift of the Royals, who sit above the relegation places on goal difference and a crowd of around 20,000 could be at Portman Road at the weekend to see the ‘proverbial six-pointer’.

Tickets for the match are heavily discounted for supporters, with adult prices in all areas of the stadium set at just £12. Seniors (65+) and U23s will be charged £8, while entry for U19s will be £3.

“It’s a massive game,” Town boss Paul told the Club website.

“They all are but they are the closest team that we can reach so that adds to it.

“We’re playing well. That’s the main thing. We are on a little run and we have to look to keep that momentum going.

“The support we’ve had has been fantastic and we are going to need all that again on Saturday.”

The ticket initiative follows similar price cuts at the games against West Brom, Rotherham and Derby this season but supporters who purchased a season ticket at Early Bird prices are guaranteed best value for the campaign. 

An adult season ticket in the lower tiers of the Sir Bobby Robson and Sir Alf Ramsey works out at £16.56 per match, which equates to seven games free of charge against normal match ticket prices or a saving of close on £200.

Click here for ticket details and to purchase.

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