By: Hibernian Media on 03 Mar, 2020 09:27
We welcome Heart of Midlothian to Easter Road Stadium on Tuesday 3 March in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Following on from Friday night’s thrilling encounter in the Scottish Cup, Jack Ross’ men are raring to go to play under the lights once again in the capital.
Whether you’re joining us at the game or following the action from a distance, our Matchday Information round-up has you covered.
Concession (65+ and students in full-time education): £16.
Youth (12-17): £16.
Child (2-11): £14, £12 in the Famous Five Lower and £14 from the Ticket Pods.
Famous Five Executive: £38.
West Lower Executive: £45.
Tickets for our match against Heart of Midlothian are sold out.
We are pleased to announce that Ticket Exchange is available for tonight’s match.
The system allows supporters who are unable to attend the match to put their season ticket seats up for sale for other home supporters to purchase.
How does Ticket Exchange work?
For the games where Ticket Exchange is in operation, any season ticket holder that is unable to attend a home fixture will be able to return their ticket for another fan to purchase.
The season ticket seat will then be available for sale and when bought, the purchaser will then receive a paper ticket or print at home ticket, depending on their chosen method of delivery. Season ticket holders, if your posted seat is sold, your card will be deactivated for that match only.
Will this be in place for all matches?
Ticket Exchange is only used for matches that have sold out or close to selling out.
Will I receive anything in return for exchanging my ticket?
Not only will you give another supporter the chance to attend the match, but if your seat is purchased then you can earn money back to redeem against your next season ticket purchase. You will receive 50% of the match ticket price for the category of your seat for that fixture in Club Cash. Games are weighted based on the category of match, meaning a Category A match will earn more than a Category B or C match.
For the upcoming Hearts game, an adult season ticket holder who successfully sells their seat via Ticket Exchange will receive £16 in club cash, a child £7(£6 in the FFL) and all other concessions £8. Club cash will become visible on your account when you go to the checkout when paying for your new season ticket for the 2020/21 season.
Who can put their season ticket seat for exchange?
Season ticket holders in the East, West, and Famous five stands can put their season ticket seats up for exchange. Disabled season ticket holders are unable to put their seats up for exchange via the online system, but can do so via the Ticket Office Disabled line number - 0131 656 7066.
What price will the exchanged tickets be sold for?
The exchanged tickets will be relisted at the adult match ticket price.
How do I exchange my seat?
Relisting your seat takes just five minutes. Please read the below step by step guide on how to release your seat to the Ticket Exchange.
1. Login to your account
2. Select manage tickets under ‘My Account’
3. Seat listing will appear and show a blue box to allow you to sell tickets
4. Before clicking, tick the seats you want to list, then ‘sell tickets’ box
5. Select the time you want to list this until (default setting would be when the exchange closes, generally 3 hours prior to kick off)
6. Click ‘Complete sale’
7. The value of your seat will be displayed. This is the amount you will receive as credit on your account should your seat be purchased by another supporter
8. Check and tick Terms and Conditions
9. Complete Purchase
You will then receive an email stating this has been listed. If your seat is purchased you will receive a further confirmation email. If you are listing multiple seats, you may have to follow the above for each.
To purchase a ticket through Ticket Exchange
Buying seats takes just five minutes. Please read the below step by step guide on how to buy Ticket Exchange seats.
1. Login to your account
2. Select the fixture
3. Use the Interactive Seating Map or the Ticket Exchange tab to select your seat
4. Proceed to check out as normal
Tickets will be available online after this time right up until kick-off.
Please note, the Ticket Office will not reopen after the game.
The South Stand Ticket Pod will be open from 6.30pm up till kick off for collection of tickets only.
Remember you can skip the queues for the Ticket Office by taking advantage of our Digital Ticketing right up until kick-off – subject to availability.
Located in the Almond Suite of the Famous Five Stand, Behind The Goals is open to season ticket holders ahead of kick-off on matchdays and holds up to 350 members on a first come, first served basis.
Our pre-match bar is open from 5pm until 7.45pm (taking cash and card) and children are welcome if accompanied by an adult, with fresh hot dogs and pies on sale.
This week we’ll have entertainment from Chris Tracey.
With a wide range of exclusive Hibernian merchandise, our Clubstore is open from 10am-7.45pm.
Please note that it’ll be closed during the match and will not reopen following the full-time whistle.
Remember, we also have our new retail area in the East Stand (cash only) will be open from 6.30pm up till the end of half time.
Our Kids Zone is back in business in the Famous Five Lower concourse!
If you want to keep the wee Hibees in your life entertained before the match, it’s open from 6.45pm until kick-off.
Activities include our own Hibs-themed version of Connect Four and Guess Who, as well as our Creative Corner.
We’ll have live coverage of the action from Easter Road, with Hibs TV Matchday Media Team members Cliff Pike, Keith Reid and Dave Armstrong on the mic.
There’s audio commentary for UK subscribers and video for those of you watching from further afield. Coverage starts from 7.30pm.
We’ll have all the post-match reaction as well as the full match replay and highlights from midnight.
Remember, you’ll also be able to watch the Development Squad and Hibernian Women matches back in full.
Subscriptions start from £5.99 a month for UK subscribers and £11.99 for international fans.
As ever, if you have any issues - in general or during the match - please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporters who attend the game are reminded not to engage in any unacceptable conduct at the match.
You are reminded that any person having a flag(s) or banner(s) and the like which may contain offensive or otherwise unacceptable material and/or flares, fireworks, devices capable of emitting smoke or the like and/or any other object which may cause or be part of any incident of unacceptable conduct on his/her person or any such person refusing to be searched shall not be admitted to the ground and any ticket held by him/her shall be liable to be confiscated without compensation and he/she shall be liable to such other proportionate sanction as the Club may determine.
Persons so engaged are likely to be arrested and may be the subject of a football banning order.
Please note, there will be an increased searching and ticket search ahead of the match. Home supporters are asked to turn up early as these searches will be applied to all.