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  • Kilmarnock Ticket Information (Sat, 6th Oct 2018)

    The Dark Blues will host Steve Clarke's high flying Kilmarnock for this Saturday's Scottish Premier League fixture.

    This is a Category B fixture and Ticket Information for this game is as follows:

    Prices for all area's of the ground are as follows:

    • Adults: £24
    • Concessions: £16
    • Under 18's: £10

    Family Area Priced tickets available in the Bobby Cox Stand, Rows A – Y, Seats 1 – 47 with prices as follows:

    • Adult and One Child Under 12: £26
    • Two Adults and Two Children Under 12: £50
    • Additional Children Under 12: £2

    *The Under 12 and Under 16 tickets can only be bought as part of a family group

    The ticket office is becoming increasingly busy on match-days and fans are encouraged to buy their tickets as early as possible.

    The ticket office is open from 10am on match-days.

    Tickets are available from the ticket office, in person or by phone on 01382 889966 (Option 1) or online

    A reminder that season tickets holders can claim two free tickets for any match throughout the season.

     

     

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