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7 February 2013

Tickets running low for 'Pay What You Can' game

There are fewer than 500 tickets in home areas remaining for Brentford’s rearranged npower League One match against Stevenage at Griffin Park.

The Bees were due to welcome the Hertfordshire side to TW8 on Saturday December 22 but the match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

It will now be played next Tuesday, February 12, and kick off at 7.45pm.

Tickets for the match on December 22 were sold on a ‘Pay What You Can’ basis.

Under the ‘Pay What You Can’ initiative advance match tickets for Brentford fans were sold at the price the supporter was able to pay.

The minimum price for a ticket was £1 and every ticket, whether for adult, senior, student or junior, in The Bees United Stand, The BIAS Stand and The Bill Axbey Stand was up for sale, except those already taken by Season Ticket Holders.

Money was also raised for charity at the same time as when more than £5 was paid for a ticket, 50 per cent of the excess, excluding VAT, was set aside to donate to the charity Sport Relief.

The ‘Pay What You Can’ scheme will now be carried forward to the rearranged date.

The remaining tickets will be sold on a ‘Pay What You Can’ basis, with a minimum price of £1.

There are tickets left in most areas of the ground but limited availability everywhere.

The central blocks of The Bill Axbey Stand are SOLD OUT and there are very few tickets remaining in The BIAS Stand

Bees fans are reminded that all tickets in The Bees United Stand and The Bill Axbey Stand will be for allocated seats in order to maximise the potential attendance.

Supporters who have a ticket for the match on December 22 will be able to use that to gain entry on February 12.

Brentford Football Club would like to thank those supporters who have returned their tickets and very generously offered their refund to charity.

The Club will, of course, be passing this money on to Sport Relief and can now make those tickets available to others who would like to attend.

The best way to purchase tickets for the Stevenage match is via the online ticketing website here.

Season Ticket Holders attending this match will need to use voucher 12 from their booklets.

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