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Posted Tuesday, November 27th 2018

Pay on the night in Ipswich

City supporters will be able to pay on the night at Ipswich Town. 

At present, around 185 supporters have purchased tickets for Wednesday night’s encounter at Portman Road (November 28th, 7.45pm). 

Tickets will remain on sale from Supporter Services and online until 10am on the day of the match. After that time, supporters without tickets will need to pay on the night. 

Tickets will be available to away fans from turnstiles 10 and 11, via cash only sales from 6.30pm. 

There will be no price increase on the night. Anyone collecting tickets or picking up duplicates will need to visit the Ticket Enquiry Office located next to the away fan turnstiles at Portman Road. 

Meanwhile, tickets remain on sale for the forthcoming home fixture with Millwall. 

The Lions come to Ashton Gate on Sunday (December 2nd, 1.30pm) in the Sky Bet Championship. 

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