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Purchase Your Tranmere Tickets!

15 August 2014

Tickets on sale ahead of the game and we need your support on Wall of Colour day

There is no better time than now to purchase match tickets for our first league home game of the season against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday!

After a brilliant cup win over Championship side Blackpool at the Greenhous Meadow on Tuesday night, the mood is even greater heading into this weekend's game.

Let's recreate the atmosphere from Tuesday night and roar on Town to our first three points of the league season against Rovers!

Tickets can be purchased online at shrewsshop.com, by phoning 01743273943 or in person at the Greenhous Meadow ticket office ahead of the match.

Ticket prices for the match are as follows:

Category A - Blocks 1, 2 and 16

Adults - £22
Seniors - £17
Disabled - £17
Students - £15
Juniors U18 - £15

Category B

Adults - £20
Seniors - £15
Disabled - £15
Students - £14
Juniors - £12-16
Juniors 11 & Under - £5
1 Adults + 1 11 & Under - £22
1 Adult + 1 12-16 - £24
Additional 11 & Under - £2
Additional 12-16 - £4

We also have the five-game Flexi ticket offer as follows:

Category A - Blocks 1, 2 and 16

Adults - £100
Seniors - £75
Disabled - £75
Students - £65
Juniors U18 - £65

Category B

Adults - £90
Seniors - £65
Disabled - £65
Students - £60
Juniors 12-16 - £50
Juniors 11 & Under - £15
1 Adult + 1 11 & Under - £5
Additional 12-16 £7

Town fans also have until kick-off on Saturday of the Tranmere game to get their 2014/15 season ticket at the final discounted rate.

A season ticket not only gives you entry to all Sky Bet League 2 home games at the Greenhous Meadow, but it also gives priority on your seat for any big cup matches Town may have over the season.

You can get your season ticket at the special reduced rates online at www.shrewsshop.com, over the phone on 01743 273943 or in person at the Greenhous Meadow Ticket Office.

Supporters are urged to wear blue and amber to the game as part of the Wall of Colour day against Tranmere.

Manager Micky Mellon has backed the idea and believes it will benefit the Club on matchday.

“We all belong to a club and we all have a uniform of colours that represent our club," said Micky.

“The more people we see wearing that makes us feel that we’re all in this challenge together. It will be fantastic to see the ground full of people wearing our colours.”

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