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Discount deal for Dons

11 July 2016

Fans can see our new signings for two games at special price

AFC Wimbledon fans can save money with a discount if they buy tickets for our back-to-back pre-season friendlies at The Cherry Red Records Stadium later this month.

When doing this they will be given a physical ticket for each game rather than a joint ticket. To get the discounted price for both games the tickets must be bought in advance.

link You can now get our discount deal for Reading and Crystal Palace by clicking on our online ticket shop

Championship side Reading visit the Dons on Saturday July 23 (kick-off, 3pm). There’s plenty of interest in this game already as former Manchester United and Holland defender Jaap Stam took over as manager of the Royals last month.

Four days later, on Wednesday July 27 (kick-off, 7pm), South London rivalries resume as Alan Pardew brings his FA Cup finalists Crystal Palace to town.

Dons’ supporters will be keen to see how our four new signings so far (photo) settle in to Neal Ardley’s promotion winning side. The manager has already recruited goalkeeper Ryan Clarke, midfielders Chris Whelpdale and Dean Parrett and forward Dominic Poleon and has made no secret he wishes to add to these soon.

If buying for both games, prices are as follows, Seats – adults £30, concessions £20 and under-18s just £10 for the two games. Terrace prices – if buying for both games – are £20 for adults, £12 for concessions and just £5 for under-18s.

The price for the Directors Box and Presidents Lounge with a meal for the Palace game will be £40 and £30 if no meal. For the Reading game the price is £30 as there is no meal.

Prices for just the Reading game are as follows: Seats – £15 adults, £10 concessions, £4 under-18s. Terraces – £10 adults, £5 concessions, £2 under-18s.

Prices for just the Crystal Palace game are as follows: Seats – £20 adults, £15 concessions, £8 under-18s. Terraces – £15 adults, £10 concessions, £4 under-18s.

All seats will be unreserved. The RyGas terrace will not be open unless there is a demand for it having sold out in other areas.

Visiting fans will have the John Green Stand.


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