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Your guide: Blues v Burton

23 November 2012

The Chairboys begin a run of three successive home league games on Saturday as Burton Albion visit Adams Park (k.o 3pm).

Tickets- Members receive a £2 discount, while by booking in advance you have the option of having your ticket sent to your email address, enabling you to print it off and bring it to the stadium to reduce queuing times on arrival. Call 01494 441118 or buy online.   

Opening times - the bars at Adams Park will be open from 12pm, while the stadium itself will be open from 1.30pm.    

Parking - supporters are reminded that they can park free of charge at any time in the upper tier if their vehicle carries four or more people. All cars who arrive before 1pm can also park for free in the upper car park.

 first bus will leave Cressex at 1.30pm and further buses will depart every 20 minutes, with the last bus departing at 2.30pm. (1.30pm/1.50pm/2.10pm/2.30pm). for information. The club can confirm theherePark & Ride and bus times/prices - click 

Food & drink– take advantage of the reduction prices in both the bars and kiosks. The Vere Suite is open FREE of charge to home and away fans.

Programme - pick up your copy of '1887' for just £3 from the usual outlets, as well as the kiosks and bars, for a whole host of exciting features plus an exclusive interview with Tuesday's match-winner Matt McClure.

Club shop – pay a visit to the shop before the game and check out the range of official kits and merchandise. The shop will remain open for 30 minutes after the game.

50/50 draw - make sure you snap up a 50/50 draw ticket for just £1 for the chance to win hundreds of pounds for yourself and benefit YOUR club.     

- the Information Centre will remain open for 30 minutes after the final whistle for supporters to purchase Official Memberships and secure their seats for upcoming fixtures.    Tickets

Press conference- log on to  Chairboys Playeronce you get home for the full post-match press conference with Gareth Ainsworth, as well as interviews with the men who made a difference in the game. These videos will also be available on the Official Football League smart phone apps.


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