By Anthony Marshall - Newcastle United Managing Editor
Season ticket holders with 100 or more away loyalty points can now get their hands on tickets for the Tyne-Wear derby at Sunderland later this month.
Newcastle travel to the Stadium of Light on Sunday, 27th October (1.30pm kick-off), for one of the biggest games of the season, and to a ground where they have an impressive recent record, including a memorable 1-0 victory in August 2011, courtesy of Ryan Taylor's free-kick.
Initially, 100 loyalty points are required for supporters to secure their seat, with the threshold dropping to 90 loyalty points from Monday, 7th October.
And, subject to availability, fans with 80 loyalty points can purchase tickets from Wednesday, 9th October.
A further announcement on qualifying points, strictly subject to availability, will be released on nufc.co.uk after the above dates.
Prices are £39 for adults, £26 for seniors (aged 65 and over) and £15 for juniors (under-16s).
To buy tickets for one of the biggest fixtures of the season, click on the button below.
IMPORTANT TRAVEL INFORMATION
Newcastle United are once again providing transport to the Stadium of Light for supporters who have purchased a ticket for the fixture at Sunderland on Sunday, 27th October.
The cost per supporter will be £4 with boarding at St. James' Park from 10.30am for an 11am departure.
Supporters are encouraged to use the coaches to travel to the game as it assists local police to manage the arrival and departure of Newcastle supporters attending the game.
The Club will still be paying the full cost of the coaches however all monies raised by the Club by levying this charge will be paid to a chosen Newcastle United charity.
To buy tickets or sign up to membership please click here or you can call 0844 372 1892. You can also visit one of the Club stores.
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