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Away Ticket Details: AFC Wimbledon

25 March 2013

Ticket prices for City's trip to Kingsmeadow

AFC Wimbledon v Exeter City
Kingsmeadow, London
Saturday 13th April 3pm

The game at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday 13th April is all-ticket for Exeter City fans.  The away capacity is 650 on the East Terrace and less than 100 seats in the Nongshim Stand at the Cherry Red Records Stadium at Kingsmeadow.  The all-ticket decision has been taken bearing in mind both the position in the table we find ourselves in and the traditional popularity of a London match for City fans.

Seating will be prioritised for those particularly requiring it.  Prices are as follows:

East Terrace (standing)
Adults: £15
Over 65/Students with valid photo ID: £9
Under 16: £4

Nongshim Stand (seated)
Adults: £19
Over 65/Students with valid photo ID: £12
Under 16: £9

There are four wheelchair places available to Exeter City fans.  The prices above apply with a free ticket for an assistant.  Ambulant disabled fans will also pay the corresponding price above and will get a free ticket for an assistant.

Please note that matchday checks will be made on any concession and under-16 tickets so fans should make sure valid ID is available (photo-style for students).

Tickets will be on sale on an open basis to City fans from Reception at St James Park from Monday 25th March at midday.

Click here for information on Grecian Travel to Kingsmeadow.

AFC Wimbledon have sent us the following information about concessionary tickets:

“All our ticket sellers and turnstile operators will now ask for proof of any concessions, and will charge the full adult price of £15 to anyone who is unable to provide such evidence.  This includes anyone who has pre-purchased a concessionary ticket – you will still need to provide proof on the day in order to gain access to the ground.  Please don’t rely on Freedom Passes (which only prove you are over 60, not 65) or Student Union cards which don’t have an expiry date on them – neither of these are acceptable.  If you want to claim one of the age-related concessions (under-16 or over 65) and are not sure what to bring, then a photocopy of your birth certificate or passport will do just fine.”

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