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Ed Lewis writes

Posted Saturday, February 9th 2019

Pay on the day at Ewood Park

City supporters will be able to pay on the day at Blackburn Rovers today.

At present, over 920 tickets have been sold for this afternoon's Sky Bet Championship match, as Lee Johnson's side look to extend their unbeaten run to 14 matches and secure their eighth successive win in all competitions (February 9th, 3pm KO).

Tickets went off sale at 2pm on Friday, so fans without tickets will need to pay on the day at Ewood Park.

There will be a £3 price increase on adult, senior and 18-21 tickets, and a £2 rise for under-18s and under-12s.

Tickets on the day of the match can be purchased from the away end ticket office, located on the Darwen End side of the ground, which open at 1pm. Card and cash payment will be accepted.

Collections and duplicates will also be from the away end ticket office.

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