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Away Days: Bolton Wanderers

2 April 2015

Plan Saturday's Trip

Blackpool were handed an ideal Easter schedule when the fixtures were released in June, with the away fixture at Bolton Wanderers requiring one of the shortest trips of the season.

It's The Seasiders' final away game in the North West this campaign, and they'll target a first win at Bolton since 1986, which coincidently also came over the Easter weekend.

Here is a quick guide for any supporters making the short trip.

By Train
Supporters are advised that there will be rail disruptions on Saturday, meaning bus replacements to Horwich Parkway will be put in place from Preston and Manchester Piccadilly. For more information click HERE.

Macron Stadium, 
Burnden Way, 
Bolton,
BL6 6JW,
United Kingdom.

By Car
The trip usually takes just over 30 minutes to make by car, with around 35 miles separating the two stadiums. 

Stadium
Approaching the conclusion of its first season as the Macron Stadium, Bolton's home had been known as the Reebok Stadium since its opening in 1997.

The stadium replaced Burnden Park and has a current capacity of 28,723. The deal with Macron runs for a minimum of three more seasons after this one. 

Blackpool visited there twice last season, but were narrowly beaten on both occasions. 

Tickets
Supporters can pay on the day at Bolton, with no price increase being put in place. 

Prices are as follows:

- £23 for Adults
- £16 for Over-65s and Under-23s
- £9 for Under-18s

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