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Home Leg tickets back on sale from The Valley At 9am Thursday

Tickets for the home leg of Charlton’s play-off semi-final against Shrewsbury Town at The Valley will go back on sale at 9am on Thursday morning, with advanced sales having now concluded.

From 9am, Charlton fans will be able to purchase tickets by visiting The Valley’s ticket office in person or by calling the club’s ticket office on 03330 14 44 44.

With large queues expected in the build-up to kick-off on Thursday night, the club would ask any supporters buying their tickets in person to arrive in SE7 in plenty of time and, if possible, to purchase them in the morning or early afternoon.

On Thursday evening, tickets will be available to purchase from multiple locations in and around The Valley and full details on this will be published on www.cafc.co.uk in due course. This will enable more supporters to purchase tickets quickly.

Thursday's home leg has been classified as an Addicks Gold match, with prices starting at £20 for adults, £17 adult disabled, £15 over 65s, £12 concession disabled, £10 students and under 18s and £5 under 11s.





HOW TO BUY

Tickets will be available to purchase in person from The Valley or by phone (03330 14 44 44) from 9am on Thursday morning.

Seats will remain on sale in person right up until kick-off and they will be on sale by phone up until 5pm.

VALLEY EXPRESS

Valley Express – the club’s dedicated home-game coach service – will be transporting Charlton supporters to the club’s home-leg fixture and this will remain available to book after 2pm on Wednesday

Places on the Valley Express are priced at £11 and can be booked by visiting The Valley’s ticket office in person, by calling the club’s ticket office on 03330 14 44 44 or by going online. Please click here to purchase your place on the Valley Express online.

The Valley Express can be booked up until 12pm on Thursday.

9th May 2018 13:00pm
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  • Could have saved myself £2.50 had I realised this would happen...
  • I'm sure it's covered elsewhere, so apologies, but why aren't these available online?
  • clive said:

    Tickets for the home leg of Charlton’s play-off semi-final against Shrewsbury Town at The Valley will go back on sale at 9am on Thursday morning, with advanced sales having now concluded.

    From 9am, Charlton fans will be able to purchase tickets by visiting The Valley’s ticket office in person or by calling the club’s ticket office on 03330 14 44 44.

    With large queues expected in the build-up to kick-off on Thursday night, the club would ask any supporters buying their tickets in person to arrive in SE7 in plenty of time and, if possible, to purchase them in the morning or early afternoon.

    On Thursday evening, tickets will be available to purchase from multiple locations in and around The Valley and full details on this will be published on www.cafc.co.uk in due course. This will enable more supporters to purchase tickets quickly.

    Thursday's home leg has been classified as an Addicks Gold match, with prices starting at £20 for adults, £17 adult disabled, £15 over 65s, £12 concession disabled, £10 students and under 18s and £5 under 11s.





    HOW TO BUY

    Tickets will be available to purchase in person from The Valley or by phone (03330 14 44 44) from 9am on Thursday morning.

    Seats will remain on sale in person right up until kick-off and they will be on sale by phone up until 5pm.

    VALLEY EXPRESS

    Valley Express – the club’s dedicated home-game coach service – will be transporting Charlton supporters to the club’s home-leg fixture and this will remain available to book after 2pm on Wednesday

    Places on the Valley Express are priced at £11 and can be booked by visiting The Valley’s ticket office in person, by calling the club’s ticket office on 03330 14 44 44 or by going online. Please click here to purchase your place on the Valley Express online.

    The Valley Express can be booked up until 12pm on Thursday.

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    well that will be useful to buy tickets once you're already inside the ground
  • Charlton tweeted that the North Upper is almost sold out.

    20.000 tomorrow?
    I hope so it helps the player's enormously
  • Whether we have 16,000 or 20,000, we need to sing our hearts out once again and make sure we make a difference.
    We need to put pressure on both the Shrewsbury players and the officials. It works for Millwall.

    (I'm not talking about cut throat gestures. I'm talking about screaming for penalties, free kicks, corners, throw ins, anything. Let's show some passion).

    You seem such a quiet bloke whenever I talk to you.
    Seeing you in a different way now :)
  • Can’t beat a wall of booing whenever they touch the ball at the start.

    That being said, I really do t think it gives a monkeys otherwise the clubs with the larges/most veciforous support would be most successful and we all know that is not the case.

    I don’t doubt on one of occasion it can make a difference though.
  • Whether we have 16,000 or 20,000, we need to sing our hearts out once again and make sure we make a difference.
    We need to put pressure on both the Shrewsbury players and the officials. It works for Millwall.

    (I'm not talking about cut throat gestures. I'm talking about screaming for penalties, free kicks, corners, throw ins, anything. Let's show some passion).

    You seem such a quiet bloke whenever I talk to you.
    Seeing you in a different way now :)
    You should have seen him on the coach to Belgium! Once the tv cameras started filming he was the loudest one there.
  • Can’t beat a wall of booing whenever they touch the ball at the start.

    That being said, I really do t think it gives a monkeys otherwise the clubs with the larges/most veciforous support would be most successful and we all know that is not the case.

    I don’t doubt on one of occasion it can make a difference though.

    Millwall's relative footballing success is not down to the their silky football skills and never has been.
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  • This was posted a short while ago on the Shrews twitter page.


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    CHARLTON AWAY: Over 600 already sold for Thursday nights trip to @CAFCofficial , you can still buy online here and collect on the night or Town fans can pay at The Valley #salop
  • E-cafc said:

    This was posted a short while ago on the Shrews twitter page.


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    CHARLTON AWAY: Over 600 already sold for Thursday nights trip to @CAFCofficial , you can still buy online here and collect on the night or Town fans can pay at The Valley #salop

    thank god @oohaahmortimer isn't a shrews fan. that is non league standard away support for a play off.
  • Great news!

    Home sales have already exceeded the number of Charlton fans that attended our last SE7 game against Blackburn Rovers and it is anticipated that tomorrow’s walk-up (those buying on the day/night) could be three times as many than for a regular league game.
  • Whether we have 16,000 or 20,000, we need to sing our hearts out once again and make sure we make a difference.
    We need to put pressure on both the Shrewsbury players and the officials. It works for Millwall.

    (I'm not talking about cut throat gestures. I'm talking about screaming for penalties, free kicks, corners, throw ins, anything. Let's show some passion).

    You seem such a quiet bloke whenever I talk to you.
    Seeing you in a different way now :)
    You should have seen him on the coach to Belgium! Once the tv cameras started filming he was the loudest one there.
    He can be quite raucous at the races as well, particular the last couple of furlongs, when his horse is in with a chance.
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