Queens Park Rangers have announced ticket details for the Carling Cup clash with local rivals Chelsea.
The game takes place at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday September 23 with tickets not on general sale for the 5,900 allocation in the Shed End.
Those with the most loyalty points will be prioritised in the scramble for tickets with renewing season ticket holders the most likely to obtain tickets, starting with 70 points for the season.
Sales will be staggered into the following order:
1. Season Ticket holders with 100 or more Loyalty Points – from 9.00am on Tuesday 8th September 2009
2. Season Ticket holders with 71 or more Loyalty Points – from 9.00am on Thursday 10th September 2009
3. Season Ticket holders with 50 or more Loyalty Points – from 9.00am on Monday 14th September 2009
4. Members – from 9.00am on Wednesday 16th September 2009
Tickets are priced £19.50 for adults, £14.50 for students and £9.50 for under-16’s and senior citizens.
Ali Russell explained the importance of the ticketing system: ‘We want to reward our most loyal fans for what promises to be a truly special night at Stamford Bridge.
‘The support we received from the R’s fans at our FA Cup tie at the Bridge in January 2008 was something to behold, and as a Club, we’re all really looking forward to seeing a repeat of the atmosphere we created, with our most loyal fans at the heart of it.
‘Allocating tickets by priority booking allows our most loyal fans to be guaranteed their ticket for this fixture, as well as being able to purchase the best available seat at Stamford Bridge.’
Rangers defeated Exeter City and Accrington Stanley on the way to facing the Blues at Stamford Bridge, and Jim Magilton will be looking to take the biggest scalp in the Carling Cup to date.
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