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Pay on the day at QPR

The Robins have had it confirmed that pay on the day will be available to City fans tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm).

Lee Johnson's men travel to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship, looking to secure their fourth straight league win.

To date, just over 2,100 tickets have been sold for the fixture, which could see new signing Nahki Wells make his debut.

The tickets available on the day will be silver category in the lower tier (subject to availability) and it will be cash only sales at the away turnstiles. Prices increase by £5 and there will be no Under-8 tickets available on the day.

Duplicates and collections will be available from the kiosk in front of the stadium, next to the QPR Superstore on South Africa Road.

Tickets will go off sale at 2pm today (Friday).

ADVANCE PRICES

Adults - £28
Senior 60+ - £19
Under-23 - £19 (Proof of age required at the turnstile)
Under-18 - £13
Ambulant Disabled - £19
Under-8 – FREE (only available prior to matchday) Can only be claimed alongside an Adult ticket. Two free Under-8s per one Adult ticket.

*All prices are exclusive of fees

SECURE YOUR MATCH TICKET

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