Norwich City look to buy back Leeds tickets

Norwich City officials yesterday launched a buy back appeal aimed at season tickets holders unable to attend the League One home sell out against Leeds on March 27.

Norwich City officials yesterday launched a buy back appeal aimed at season tickets holders unable to attend the League One home sell out against Leeds on March 27.

The last remaining ground and corporate hospitality tickets for United's visit were sold last week leaving the game a complete home sell out. For any season ticket holders unable to attend the promotion shoot out the club will guarantee a credit against a future season ticket purchase (�10 adults for adult season ticket holders, �7 for concessions and �3 for under 12s).

Tickets are still available for this weekend's trip to Huddersfield while tickets for Stockport's league visit to Carrow Road on Easter Monday, April 5 (3pm) are now available to super members. The game will go on sale to members and season ticket holders from 9am on Monday, March 15 with tickets on general sale one week later.

Supporters can also purchase tickets for the away trip to play-off chasing Swindon on Saturday, March 20. Seats for the away end at the County Ground are priced at �22 adults, �15 for over 60s and under-21s and �9 for under 16s with free entry for under 10s when accompanied by a full paying adult (one under 10 per adult).

Club Canary coach travel is available, priced �23 (�22 for season ticket holders). This game is also a junior trip with under 16 season ticket holders or members eligible for a free match ticket on purchase of their coach travel with the club.

Season tickets for 2010/11 are now on sale - to either renew or buy and car parking spaces available for all home matches priced at �10 per car. Car parking spaces can be booked in advance or purchased on matchday.

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For further information or to purchase available tickets for forthcoming games call 0844 826 1902, or visit the Carrow Road ticket office and the Canary Store in The Mall.

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