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NEWCASTLE ON-SALE NOW

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15:22 22nd September 2013

by @CardiffCityFC

General Admission and Hospitality available now

Tickets for the Bluebirds' home match with Newcastle United at Cardiff City Stadium are now on-sale.

Corporate hospitality and extra general admission tickets for the match on Saturday, 5th October. General admission tickets are on-sale to Gold Members on a first come first serve basis following the completion of ground work. If the allocation is not fully sold out, the tickets will then go on sale to silver members at a later date.

Buy your tickets by calling into the ticket office at Cardiff City Stadium, calling on 0845 345 1400 or going online at https://www.eticketing.co.uk/cardiffcity

Corporate Hospitality

The match-day hospitality packages available for the game are:

• Captains Lounge: £179 per person – This package includes exclusive padded seating just behind the home dugout, a superb 3 course meal, half a bottle of wine and a post-match meet and greet with Mark Hudson.

• Sony Suite £129 per person – includes padded seats directly outside the suite along with a pre-match buffet, with a bucket of beverages (beer, wine or soft drinks) served in the ‘Sony Suite’.

For more information on these packages please visit our hospitality website at: http://cardiffcityhospitality.com/

General Admission

Tickets will go on sale to Gold Members on a first come first serve basis. If the allocation is not fully sold out, the tickets will then go on sale to silver members at a later date. 

Adult tickets for the Newcastle United game start from just £25 as a category B game.

To book your ticket please call the Cardiff City ticket office 0845 345 1400.

Gold memberships are now sold-out. Silver memberships cost £30 for the season and includes £40 worth of vouchers.  

To purchase your membership please contact our Ticket Office or click here

To book your ticket please call the Cardiff City ticket office 0845 345 1400 or go online at https://www.eticketing.co.uk/cardiffcity.

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