“Secure Your Spot: Tickets Now Available for Newcastle’s Clash with Brighton”

Get ready to seize your chance as tickets for the much-anticipated Newcastle United clash against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, September 2nd, have officially hit the market.

If you’re a 2023/24 season ticket holder boasting 100 or more away points, the opportunity is already knocking at your door. Act quickly, as a daily points drop at 14.00 BST (excluding weekends) is in play.

For those passionate supporters whose away points total doesn’t quite meet the threshold, fear not! Following productive discussions with fans, a limited allocation will be accessible through a season ticket holder ballot. This equitable process will commence after the final points drop, and entry will be open for 24 hours.

Be prepared to provide your card details upon entry to the ballot. Triumph in the draw, and your payment will be promptly processed, with an email notification confirming your success. For those less fortunate in the ballot, rest assured – no charge will be levied, and no communication will be made.

Embrace the new era of digital away tickets, which will be on offer at selected clubs throughout the season. This includes our clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, where a share of digital tickets will be earmarked for our devoted fans. Keep in mind that both digital and paper tickets are exclusively for the purchasing supporter, strictly non-transferable and non-negotiable.

Bear in mind, spontaneous ID checks will be conducted at away venues throughout the season. Failure to provide the appropriate identification matching your supporter number could lead to the forfeiture of your loyalty points and even the voiding of your season ticket.

Notably, Block SID, 726 will feature digital tickets for this thrilling match.

A certain portion of Block S1B, totaling 78 tickets, will be designated for supporters who prefer not to stand during the match. Be assured, Brighton stewards will be resolutely enforcing this no-standing policy on match day.

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