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Manchester City Hospitality Tickets Available

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Tickets in Club 206 and the new Gallowgate Club are now on sale for next week's Capital One Cup tie against Manchester City

Hospitality tickets for Newcastle United's Capital One Cup clash against Manchester City are now on sale priced from £80 + VAT.

Taking place on Wednesday, 30th October at 7.45pm, tickets for this fixture are available in the recently opened Gallowgate Club and Club 206.

The Gallowgate Club package, which is priced at £80 + VAT per person, offers seating in the South West Corner of St James' Park. With a relaxed environment and informal seating, guests will enjoy pre-match bowl food, which consists of small tapas-style dishes, and a cash bar facility.

The Club 206 is priced at £220 + VAT and offers Director's Box seating. Guests will enjoy a three-course hot fork buffet and pre and post-match analysis with a former Newcastle United player.

A great turnout is expected for this fixture and it is advisable to book soon to avoid disappointment. Hospitality can be booked by emailing hospitality@nufc.co.uk or calling 0191 201 8419/8444.

Standard tickets for this fixture are also available priced at £20 for adults and £5 for children. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here, in person at the Box Office or by calling 0844 372 1892.