TICKETS for City’s Capital One Cup derby with Leeds will go on sale from 9am tomorrow.
They will be available to season-ticket and flexicard holders only up until 7pm on Friday.
Each season-ticket and flexicard holder will be able to purchase two each. All seats will be available on a first-come first-served basis.
Tickets will be available in the JCT600 main stand, the Kop and the TL Dallas Stand. City will open the North-West Corner if the capacity is filled elsewhere.
Leeds will receive around 3,500 tickets for Midland Road. But a section of A block – which is adjacent to the Kop - and the first two rows of that stand will be blocked off for safety reasons.
Tickets are priced £20 for adults, £14 concessions, £12 under-16s and £5 for under-11s (when purchased with either an adult or concession). They can be bought online or in person from the ticket office.
There will be no telephone sales because City would have had to employ an agency – and decided against that after the problems regarding Wembley.
The Valley Parade telephone lines will be available for online ticket questions or for any disabled fans needing assistance.
The ticket office is open from 9am to 7pm tomorrow and Friday and from 9am-5pm Wednesday and Thursday.
City will make a further announcement later in the week but no tickets will be sold at the Peterborough game on Saturday.