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Saturday 26 April K.O. 12:45

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Southampton Tickets Still On Sale

Buy now for the Monday night visit to St Mary's.

Southampton Tickets Still On Sale

After selling out Thursday's extra allocation, Everton have received a further 400 tickets for the away match at Southampton.

The initial allocation of just over 1,750 sold out quickly with fans eager to back the Blues on the south coast on Monday, 21 January (8pm).

313 more tickets were then secured and these again sold out in next to no time.

Subsequently, an added 400 seats have now been made available to Everton fans and these are now on general sale from the Park End box office, by calling 0871 663 1878* or online.

These tickets are expected to sell quickly so fans are urged to buy as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Coach travel to St Mary's is also available. Tickets are £35 for the coach, and you need to have a FOREVERTON travel membership to get a coach ticket. The travel membership is £5 and can be purchased at the box office or by calling 0871 663 1878*.

In addition, tickets are still available for Everton’s first home game of 2013 against Swansea City at Goodison Park on Saturday (3pm kick-off). Ticket prices start from £31 for adults, £15.50 for juniors and £20.25 for over 65s.

Purchasing tickets is easy. Simply visit the Goodison Park Box Office, call
0871 663 1878*, click here, or drop into the Liverpool city centre ticket outlets at Everton Two or the TicketQuarter in Queen Square.  

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