Remaining Burnley tickets will go on sale for Blackburn Rovers fans

Remaining tickets for next month’s East Lancashire at Turf Moor will be purchased tomorrow morning.

A small number of the 2,275 allocations given to Rovers by Burnley remain and will be available to season ticket holders from 9am on Wednesday morning.

These will be available ONLINE ONLY with no tickets available at Roverstore.

They will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with one ticket available per subscriber.

Tickets are priced at £30 for adults, £20 for seniors and under 22s, while they are £18 for under 18s.

The match will be played on Sunday November 13 (12:30 p.m.).

The first phase of sales took place from last Thursday to Sunday and was open to season ticket holders, holders of an 1875 season ticket and having attended at least one away match this season.

Around 1,700 fans qualified to buy tikcets in the first phase.

On Mondays and Tuesdays, they were accessible to season subscribers with an 1875 subscription.

The remaining tickets will be purchased tomorrow morning by subscribers.

Rovers have sold 8,779 season tickets for the 2022/23 campaign.

There will be no requirement for supporters attending the match at Turf Moor to purchase a bus ticket when purchasing their match ticket, as has been the case in recent meetings between the two clubs.

However, supporters are encouraged to take the option and are advised to book in conjunction with purchasing a match ticket.

Transport costs £10 for adults and £9 for concessions and will leave Ewood Park at 10.15am.

For anyone not attending the game, the Blues Bar will be open for supporters to watch the game which is being shown live on Sky Sports.

The Blues Bar, located in Ewood Park, will be open from 10am.

The club asks supporters to show their interest, with more details available on the club website.

It will be the first meeting between the teams since August 2017, and the first at Turf Moor since March 2016.

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