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500 tickets left


Filed: Monday, 14th May 2012
By: Staff Writer


It has been confirmed that only 500 tickets will be going on General Sale to West Ham supporters tomorrow morning for Saturday's play-off Final against Blackpool.

Supporters unable to purchase tickets until now will be able to purchase tickets when they reach General Sale in the morning - although none of West Ham's original 38,000-plus allocation remains.

The few remaining tickets are said to have been returned by Blackpool, with United's entire allocation being swallowed up by Bond holders, season ticket holders, club members, staff and the corporate sector.

"All tickets on sale by West Ham United are in the West Ham section of Wembley after the segregation area was moved to allow the additional Hammers into the stadium," read a statement on whufc.com this afternoon.

Supporters hoping to be one of the lucky 500 need to have previous booking history with West Ham and can obtain tickets from 9am tomorrow morning via www.seetickets.com/westham or by calling (0844) 995 9664.



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