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How to buy your match tickets

22 July 2015

A reminder of methods that can help you to beat the queues on a matchday

Mansfield Town wish to remind supporters of ways to purchase tickets for home games at One Call Stadium ahead of this Saturday’s pre-season friendly with Leicester City.

METHOD ONE: Online Ticketing

First and foremost, you can beat the queues on a matchday by purchasing tickets online at www.stagstickets.co.uk and use the ‘Print at Home’ facility. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Simply select the game that you wish to attend and select the appropriate ticket (i.e. Adult, Concession, Junior) and then click ‘Print at Home’ after completing your payment options and selecting your seat. All you need to then do is bring your printed piece of paper along with you to the game and scan the barcode at the turnstiles, as you would do with a normal match ticket.

If you don’t have a printer, then we can send your tickets to you by post for an extra £1.50. The cut-off is as follows: Wednesday (for a weekend game), Friday (for a game the following midweek).

We believe that online ticketing is the most hassle-free way for fans to attend games and gain a quick entry into One Call Stadium.


METHOD TWO: In person (prior to a matchday)

Another way to purchase tickets is by coming along to the ticket office, in person, prior to a matchday.

Our ticket office is open Monday to Friday (10.00am – 5.00pm) and our staff will be more than happy to serve you.

You can collect your tickets at the time of purchase, which means that you can head straight to the turnstiles on the day of a match.


METHOD THREE: By telephone

Another method of purchasing tickets is via telephone on 01623 482482.

Our lines are open from Monday – Friday (10.00am – 5.00pm) and tickets are available for collection at any time after purchase. 

When possible, we would encourage you to collect your tickets prior to a matchday – as not only can you head straight to the turnstiles on the day of the game, but you can also save money when compared against the matchday price.

If you wish, we can send your tickets to you by post for an extra £1.50. The cut-off is as follows: Wednesday (for a weekend game), Friday (for a game the following midweek).


METHOD FOUR: On a matchday

If supporters are unable to take advantage of any of the three methods outlined above, then you can purchase tickets on the day of a game from our matchday ticket office.

Our matchday ticket office is open from 10.00am onwards.

We would encourage you to arrive as early as is reasonably possible, if choosing to buy tickets on a matchday. Furthermore, cash payments are greatly appreciated as our staff have found these to be quicker than processing card payments.


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