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TICKET INFO | LIVINGSTON AWAY

TICKET INFO | LIVINGSTON AWAY

By: Hibernian Media on 11 Mar, 2019 16:40

Tickets for our match away to Livingston on Friday 29 March (7:45pm kick-off) will go on general sale on Wednesday 13 March at 12pm.

Supporters who have opted in to the Away Season Ticket Scheme will have money deducted today and their tickets will be available to collect from Friday 15 March.

Tickets for the game can be purchased online, but calling 0844 844 1875 and selecting option 1, or in-person from the Hibernian Ticket Office during opening hours. Please note, there will be no sales from the Ticket Office after 1pm on Saturday against Motherwell.

Ticket Prices:

Adult: £24

Concession (Over 65/Full-time Students with a valid matriculation card/16-18 years): £16

Junior (Under 16’s): £10

For all concessions proof must be shown and please be aware that Livingston may ask for proof on the day of the game.

Please note a booking fee of £1.50 per ticket by telephone only, applicable to adults and concessions will be charged. No booking fees are applicable for purchasing online.

Disabled supporters:

Wheelchair and carer tickets are available and are priced at £16 and carer is free of charge.

Ambulant Disabled pay £16 and if a carer is needed and on higher DLA or enhanced PIP then they are admitted free of charge.

Please contact the Disabled Supporters’ Helpline directly on 0131 656 7066 or visit the Ticket Office in person.

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