Stags will make the trip to face Cambridge United in their next Sky Bet League Two fixture on Saturday. Here's your definitive travel guide ahead of the clash...
The 104-mile journey should take approximately two hours and 10 minutes by car.
United play their matches at Abbey Stadium, which holds a capacity of 8,127 (4,376 seated). The relevant postcode for the ground is CB5 8LN.
There is no parking at the ground. On-street parking is recommended by the club on Ditton Walk, Coldham's Lane and Whitehall Road.
The Supporters' Club at the ground, with a £2 entrance fee, allows a few away supporters in. There are few pubs in the vicinity of the ground, with the closest being the Wrestlers and the Tram Depot. Within the ground there are several tea bars serving the usual food and drinks.
Stags have received an initial allocation of 616 tickets in unreserved seating for the match. Prices are as follows:
Adult (23-63): £20
Senior (64+): £15
Young adult (18-23): £15
*On production of valid NUS card.
Ambulant disabled supporters pay relevant price per age category. One free carer ticket is available on production of relevant paperwork.
Tickets for wheelchair disabled supporters above 18 years of age are priced at £15 and come with a free carer ticket. These tickets must be bought from the Cambridge ticket office on 01223 566 500.
Tickets can be bought on matchday but will face a £2 increase in each category.
Please note that the club can no longer post tickets for this fixture.
The Stags Supporters Association will be providing family-friendly coach travel to the fixture. The coach will depart One Call Stadium at 10.30am. To book your seat, call the SSA hotline on 07967 689597.
Prices are as follows:
Amber Members: £15
Blue Members: £20