Advance ticket sales, and chance to choose price of ticket, ends at 4pm
There are just a few hours left for supporters to ‘Pay What You Can’ for the Sky Bet League One match against Shrewsbury Town.
The Club’s second ground-breaking and charity fund-raising ‘Pay What You Can’ ticketing initiative will be running for the match against Shrewsbury tomorrow, Saturday October 26.
‘Pay What You Can’ ticket sales will end at 4pm today, Friday October 25.
Any supporter paying on the turnstiles tomorrow will pay match day prices.
With tickets continuing to sell well, a crowd of approaching 10,000 is expected.
There are a limited number of tickets remaining in all areas of the ground and there are few areas for groups to sit together.
Under the ‘Pay What You Can’ initiative advance match tickets for Brentford fans are sold at the best price the supporter can pay.
The minimum price for a ticket is £1 and every ticket, whether for adult, senior, student or junior, in The Bees United Stand, The BIAS Stand and The Bill Axbey Stand is up for sale, except those already taken by Season Ticket Holders.
The Club also wants to raise money for charity at the same time so when more than £5 is paid for a ticket, 50 per cent of the excess, excluding VAT, will be donated to the charity Sport Relief.
The Club also raised in excess of £3,300 for Sport Relief when the initiative ran last season.
Tickets are limited to six per person.
Tickets will be available from the Club’s Ticket Office at Griffin Park, which is open from 10am until 4pm.
They can bought in person or ordered by telephone on 0845 3456 442 – option 4.
They are also available online here.
Supporters need to enter a special promotional code to buy ‘Pay What You Can’ tickets online – more information can be found at Pay What You Can online ticketing details.
Those who buy online will have to collect their tickets on the day from the Brentford FC Ticket Office.
All tickets in The Bees United Stand and The Bill Axbey Stand will be for allocated seats in order to maximise the potential attendance.
The ‘Pay What You Can’ offer is available for advance tickets only and will not be available in the away end.
Tickets remaining on the day will be sold on the turnstiles at normal match day prices.