Evertonians are taking advantage of the new ticket outlets in Liverpool city centre.
The Club began selling match tickets at Everton Two and TicketQuarter earlier this season to make it easier than ever before for supporters to secure their seat for home games.
And impressive sales figures show that the city centre locations have proved popular amongst Blues fans.
Unsurprisingly the Boxing Day fixture against Wigan was the most sought-after ticket in town as supporters snapped up the perfect Christmas gift, but sales remained high at both outlets for the following home games in December and January.
Whether it’s dropping into the ticket outlets on a lunch break or during a weekend shopping trip, the city centre locations simply make it as easy as possible for Evertonians to get their hands on a match ticket.
The weekend is the prime time for supporters to pick up their tickets, with many also easing the Monday Blues by securing their seat at the beginning of the week so that they can look forward to a trip to Goodison Park.
Tickets are now on general sale for the Blues’ next home game against Reading on Saturday 2 March, priced from just £31 for adults and half-price for juniors.
A special ticket sales point has been created at Everton Two in Liverpool One and a dedicated customer service advisor is permanently located in store. Everton Two is open at 9:30am-8pm from Monday to Friday, 9am-7pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday.
TicketQuarter in Queen Square, next to the bus depot, is open Monday to Saturday from 9am-6pm and on Sunday from 10am-5pm.