Evertonians can now print match tickets at home for every fixture at Goodison Park.
The new facility will make it easier than ever to buy tickets to watch the Blues in action, with supporters no longer having to wait for tickets to arrive in the post or queue to collect pre-ordered tickets before a match.
The simple process is part of Everton’s commitment to become easier to buy from, with other recent developments including the launch of city centre ticket outlets at the TicketQuarter in Queen Square and Everton Two in Liverpool One.
To print tickets at home, supporters can simply select the ‘print at home’ option on evertonfc.com/eticketing and they will be sent an email confirmation with their ticket(s) attached.
All that is required to print the tickets at home is a printer and a free, easy to use software package that is usually pre-loaded onto your computer.
The printed tickets will be scanned at the turnstile in the same way a normal ticket would be used to access the stadium. Supporters should note that admittance to the stadium will only be granted the first time that the barcode is scanned so the print at home ticket should be kept in a safe place.
The facility is available for the Sunderland fixture initially in the Main Stand and Top Balcony and will be rolled out throughout the stadium before the end of the year.
For more information on how to use the print at home facility, read the Q&As here or call the Fan Centre on 0871 663 1878*.
Tickets for five of Everton’s home games in November and December are now on general sale so supporters can try the print at home facility today.
There’s a special hat-trick offer on the November fixtures with tickets for the matches against Sunderland (10 November), Norwich (24 November) and Arsenal (28 November) available for a combined price of £90 for adults. That figure drops to £60 for over-65s and a bargain £45 for kids – representing savings of up to £15.
To buy tickets, simply go online to evertonfc.com/eticketing, call 0871 663 1878*, or visit the Park End box office. The three-match ticket can also be bought in the city centre ticket sales locations - the Ticket Quarter in Queen Square and the Everton Two store in Liverpool One.
*Calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, mobile charges may vary, please check with you network provider.