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  • Ticket Package for Hearts and Celtic Games.

    The official has announced a ticket deal for our next two home games in March, against Hearts and Celtic.

    The club have just announced a ticket deal for our next two games at home against Hearts on the 9th and Celtic on the 17th of this month.

    Dark Blue fans can get a deal on both 'Category A' games for just £44, that is a saving of £12 on both adult tickets.

    Prices for the package are as follows:

    • Adult: £44,
    • Concessions: £33 (Over 65 or Students with valid student photo ID),
    • Under 18's: £22,
    • Under12's: £11

    There are a limited number of tickets for the AWAY end for the match against Celtic. These tickets are available only for locally based Celtic fans. Fans should be aware that proof of identity and address will be required to purchase these tickets

    AWAY tickets are priced at £30 each and are limited to 2 per person and are only available in person at the ticket office at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park.

    Home tickets can be bought at the ticket office, in person or by phone, or via the official website where you will be able not only to choose your seat but check on the view from seats in a particular area.

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