Ticket News: Chesterfield (A)

Ticket news for our trip to Chesterfield.

The Bluebirds travel to the Proact Stadium on Saturday 26th January for our hugely anticipated National League Clash against manager Ian Evatt’s former side.

Ticket News:

There will be no cash turnstiles in operation on match day, supporters are advised to purchase tickets in advance where possible to avoid queuing.

Barrow fans will be based in the Karen Child Community East Stand and a bar coded ticket must be purchased either from us or at the away ticket office before gaining entry to the stadium through the automated turnstiles. The away ticket is located at the North Stand of the ground.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £16
Seniors (65+) – £12
Students (with valid ID) – £8
17-21 – £8
Armed Forces (with valid ID) – £8
16 & Under – £6

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the club, or on the day at the Proact Stadium. Here is how:

From The Club:

100 tickets are on their way to the club, these will be on sale to supporters from 12pm on Tuesday 22nd January. You can purchase them in one of three ways.

  • Online – purchase your tickets online HERE – please note that Student and Armed Forces tickets cannot be purchased online and tickets purchased online must be collected from the club shop by 4pm on Friday.
  • In person – pop in to our club shop to purchase your ticket, the club shop will be open until 4pm on Tuesday and from 9am-4pm on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
  • Over the phone – give us a call on 01229 666010 to order your ticket. Again, due to time constraints, they cannot be posted and must be collected from the club shop by 4pm on Friday.

 

**Please note – if you are travelling on the Bluebirds Trust buses to the game, you can choose to have your ticket delivered to you on the bus on Saturday. Simply let us know when you purchase your ticket and a member of the Trust team will collect them to distribute on Saturday morning.**

 

On The Day:

There is a separate ticket office for away fans and tickets will be available from the office on the day of the game from 12.30pm – both cash and card payments are accepted.

It is advisable to visit the ticket office as soon as possible when you arrive at the ground, to reduce the likelihood of queues.

Other Details:

Ambulant and wheelchair disabled fans will pay as per their relevant age category and will be entitled to a free carer if they’re on high rate DLA or enhanced rate PIP.

If an incorrect ticket is taken to the turnstile and ID cannot be provided then the stewards reserve the right to refuse admittance.

The ticket can then be taken to the ticket office where the ticket will be upgraded and the relevant match day price difference must be paid.