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Great Sunderland Seats Released

Extra tickets made available in the Upper Bullens Road Stand.

Great Sunderland Seats Released

A limited number of great seats for the big Boxing Day clash against Sunderland at Goodison Park have become available.

The visitors from Wearside have opted not to take up their full allocation of tickets, meaning extra spots have become available for Blues fans in the Upper Bullens Road Stand.

The seats now available are some of the best Goodison has to offer so fans are urged to snap them up as soon as possible.

Tickets for the showdown against Gus Poyet’s men can be booked by clicking here or calling 0871 663 1878*. Alternatively, please visit the Park End box office or our city centre ticket outlets at Everton Two and Ticket Quarter.

Meanwhile, Evertonians who have not yet reserved their place at this Saturday’s game against Fulham can now buy and print their tickets from the comfort of their own home.

Booking via this method way is fast, convenient and simple – and takes away the wait for tickets arriving in the post or queuing to collect from the Goodison box office on a matchday.
 
Upon entering the turnstiles on a matchday, tickets printed from home will be scanned by supporters in the electronic readers, thus gaining admission as if it were a normal ticket.
 
Those wanting more information about the print-at-home ticketing facility can obtain it by clicking here and navigating to our FAQs page.

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