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United Agree Further Reciprocal Deals

Written by Newcastle Utd

United have added a further two Premier League clubs to their innovative reciprocal price deal on away match tickets

Newcastle United have added a further two Premier League clubs to their innovative reciprocal price deal on away match tickets for the 2014/15 season, with Swansea City and Everton joining Southampton and Stoke City in setting agreements with the Magpies.

United's reciprocal pricing deal, which was introduced during the 2013/14 campaign, offers away fans travelling to league fixtures at St. James' Park cheaper match tickets in the visitors' section if their club guarantees the same lower price for Newcastle supporters who travel to the Magpies' corresponding away league fixture.

In addition to new reciprocal price deals, the Magpies will also use part of the Club's away fans fund to reduce all away match ticket prices for Newcastle fans at Tottenham Hotspur by £10, cutting junior prices to as little as £9.



The Magpies have agreed a deal which will see adults paying £25 for away match tickets at the Liberty Stadium and St. James' Park during the 2014/15 campaign, with concessionary prices set at £12.50.

Newcastle travel to South Wales to face Garry Monk's side on Saturday, 4th October (kick-off 3pm), before the Swans make the long journey to the North-East for the return fixture on Saturday, 25th April, 2015 (kick-off 3pm). Fixture dates and times remain subject to change.

Away tickets for United's trip to Swansea go on sale to Magpies season card holders from Wednesday (10th September) and any remaining tickets will go on sale to members from Monday, 22nd September, at zero loyalty points.

Concessionary prices are for under-16s, over-60s and full-time students and identification and/or proof of eligibility may be required to gain entry at the stadium.



Newcastle have agreed a deal with Everton which will see fans of both clubs paying just £20 for adult away match tickets and £10 for concessions at their corresponding fixtures this season.

The Magpies host the Toffees on the provisional date of Sunday, 28th December (kick-off 3pm), with the return fixture at Goodison Park on Saturday, 14th March, 2015 (kick-off 3pm). Fixture dates and times remain subject to change.

Ticket sale information will be confirmed in due course.



After positive feedback from supporters who benefitted from subsidised match ticket prices for away fixtures at Stoke City and Arsenal during the 2013/14 campaign, Newcastle United will be discounting all away match tickets for its supporters who travel to Tottenham Hotspur this season by £10.

United travel to White Hart Lane on Sunday, 26th October (kick-off 1:30pm).

Upper tier tickets will subsequently be priced at £31 for adults, £14 for seniors and £12 for juniors, with lower tier tickets prices at £27 for adults, £11 for seniors and just £9 for juniors.

Ticket sale information will be confirmed in due course.



Last month, Newcastle United and Southampton agreed to fix away ticket at the lower price of £25 for adults and £5 for concessions for their return Premier League fixtures during the 2014/15 season, with the sides meeting at St. Mary's this Saturday and in the North-East in January 2015.

Newcastle's agreement with Saints produced savings of 32 per cent for adults and a whopping 77 per cent for concessions (under-22s and over-65s) based on last year's original listed prices of £37 for adults and £22 for youngsters for their fixtures at St. Mary's and St. James' Park.

The reciprocal agreement with Stoke City means tickets are set at just £20 for adult supporters and £5 for juniors, representing a saving of £10 (33 per cent) for fans of both clubs from the original £30 price for an adult away ticket when the sides met last season.

Young Magpies fans will save 64 per cent on the £14 concessionary ticket price charged for Newcastle's 1-0 defeat at the Britannia Stadium in 2013/14.

Newcastle United travel to the Britannia Stadium on Monday, 29th September (8pm), before hosting the Potters at St. James' Park in February 2015.

Lee Marshall, PR and supporter liaison manager at Newcastle United, said: "Newcastle United are continuing to work hard to make football affordable for as many people as possible and we are grateful to the clubs who are working with us to achieve this.

"We will continue to pursue reciprocal deals with other clubs and hope to announce even more as the season progresses."

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