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Pay on the door at Ewood


Filed: Saturday, 8th December 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel


West Ham supporters will be able to pick up tickets for tomorrow's game with Blackburn on the gate.

Connect Point, a PR firm acting on behalf of Blackburn Rovers have asked KUMB to point out that supporters currently without tickets will be able to purchase them at Ewood Park tomorrow.

Prices for the game, which is also being broadcast live on Sky, are 20 for adults, 10 for seniors and 7 for juniors. West Ham are no longer selling tickets for the match.

For any further ticket enquiries, call the Rovers ticket office hotline on 0870 112 2700.





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