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Man United match sold out

Tickets for Newcastle United's Premier League home game against Manchester United just after Christmas have sold out just over 24 hours after going on sale to Members.

Tickets for the category AA fixture on Monday, 27th December (kick-off 8pm GMT) went on sale to Members at 10am on Wednesday, 1st December, and all seats had been snapped up by 11.30am on Thursday, 2nd December. Hospitality for this fixture is also sold out.

United's recent home games against Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea also sold out, and supporters are reminded that book.nufc.co.uk is the only official place to purchase official general admission match tickets.

Single match ticket holders and season ticket holders are in breach of the terms and conditions in the event of re-selling or any unauthorised transfers. Any ticket that is not purchased in a valid manner may be cancelled and no refund given. Tickets obtained in any other manner are done so at the risk of the individual purchaser.

All tickets are in the form of paper tickets only.

Supporters should only attend the fixture if they are free of any Covid-19 symptoms, and are also encouraged to maintain good hand hygiene and wear face coverings in crowded areas unless exempt. To purchase tickets for future games, visit book.nufc.co.uk.

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