Tickets for Saturday’s Sky Bet League One game against Coventry City are now on sale – but supporters are advised that there will be no sales available on the day.
The club has apologised for inconveniences caused to both sets of fans and has confirmed that only the lower tiers of the stadium will be open for the game.
Tickets will be priced at £20 for adults and £10 for all concessions
Supporters are being strongly advised to book their tickets online by visiting www.eticketing.co.uk/bwfc and to use the Print At Home function which will facilitate with queues at the collection windows on match day.
There will be no booking fee applied to online orders.
Supporters who require wheelchair access or disability seating will need to book their ticket and carer’s ticket in person at the Ticket Office or via the telephone calling 0844 871 2932, selecting option 2 then option 1. Disability access tickets are not available online.
Again, supporters are advised to book their tickets online and use the Print At Homedelivery option.
Bolton Central will be open until 8pm this evening for supporters wishing to buy their tickets in person.
The Print At Home functionality allows supporters to have their match ticket sent direct to their designated email address, which can then be printed at home or at work.
This will enable supporters to gain entry at the University of Bolton Stadium turnstiles, without the need to queue to collect their ticket.
Tickets must be collected in person if the Print at Home delivery method is not selected.
Information regarding season tickets for the remainder of the 2019/20 Sky Bet League One campaign will be announced in due course and the club would like to apologise to supporters for any inconvenience.