Half-price Stevenage FC ticket offer

Lucas Akins in action for Stevenage

Lucas Akins in action for Stevenage - Credit: Archant

This Saturday sees Stevenage FC welcome Tranmere Rovers to The Lamex Stadium in Sky Bet League 1 action and the club needs your support!

With every point counting, the team needs your backing and that of your friends and family.

So why not take someone along to experience the atmosphere that only a match day at Stevenage can offer?

The Welwyn Hatfield Times has teamed up with Boro to offer you this exclusive deal.

Buy tickets for Saturday’s game against Tranmere online in advance using the promo code WHTIMES3 and you can get half-price tickets for Tuesday’s home game against Preston.

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Plus one lucky fan who uses this deal online will be given a hospitality upgrade for a future home game, providing them and a guest with all the luxuries of a paid-for hospitality package.

That includes a pre-match meal at the stadium, reserved seats in the west stand, reserved parking, a complimentary match day programme, a cash bar and much more.

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Simply go online to www.borotickets.co.uk and select the Tranmere game before entering promo code WHTIMES3 and selecting your tickets. But hurry, you’ve only got until 4pm on Friday, March 7 to enter.

HOW TO CLAIM: Adult seat tickets in the west stand for this match cost £20 in advance. Adult standing tickets for the north and east terraces cost £15 and £16 respectively. Please note this exclusive offer is only open to WHT readers. This limited period offer is open until 4pm on Friday, March 7.

Terms and conditions: All purchasers using the promotional code WHTIMES 3 to purchase tickets online at www.borotickets.co.uk for Stevenage v Tranmere on Saturday, March 8 can buy half price tickets for the Stevenage v Preston game on Tuesday, March 11. The offer is subject to availability and the number of promotional tickets are limited.

Your details may be used by Stevenage FC for marketing purposes.

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