Ticket Details: Reading and Sheffield United

Tickets for Blackpool’s away fixtures at Reading and Sheffield United can be purchased by season ticket holders from 10am on Tuesday (28 September).

Reading vs Blackpool:

The Seasiders have been allocated an initial 700 tickets for the game against the Royals, which takes place on Wednesday 20 October, kick-off 8pm.

The hosts offer two different ticket prices for supporters – one for season ticket holders and one for non-season ticket holders.

Tickets are priced at:

Advance Season Ticket Holders:

  • £20 for Adults
  • £13 for 65 and Overs
  • £10 for 18-24-Year-Olds
  • £5 for 17 and Under
  • £4 for 12 and Under

Non-Season Ticket Holders:

  • £25 for Adults
  • £16 for 65 and Overs
  • £13 for 18-24-Year-Olds
  • £8 for 17 and Under
  • £7 for 12 and Under

Family Area tickets are also available to purchase, with a £2 discount applying to those advertised above for adults and children 12 and under. These must be bought in advance of the fixture. Adult tickets in this area must be purchased with ones for children.

Sheffield United vs Blackpool:

An allocation of 1,515 tickets has been received for Blackpool’s trip to Bramall Lane on Saturday 30 October, kick-off 3pm.

These tickets are priced at:

  • £28.60 for Adults
  • £21 for Seniors (Over-60) and Disabled
  • £18 for Students in full-time education with a valid NUS card and Young Adults (18-21)
  • £13 for Juniors (Under-18)

Please note: juniors under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult when attending the stadium.

Tickets for the above matches will go on general sale from 10am on Thursday (30 September).

Places on the Club supporters' coach are priced at £28 per person for Reading and £20 per person for Sheffield United. 

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