Norwich City unveil half-price ticket offer for Cardiff City Premier League trip
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Norwich City supporters can attend the Canaries' crucial Premier League trip to Cardiff City on February 1 for a discounted £15 (kick-off 3pm).
Club officials have announced reductions for fans who wish to make the long trip to the Welsh capital to see Chris Hughton's squad take on the struggling Bluebirds next month.
Tickets are now on general sale, priced at £15 per person for adults and £7.50 for Under-21s and Over-60s. Club Canary coach travel will cost £35 (£34 for season ticket holders) with coaches set to depart from Carrow Road at 7am on the morning of the game.
Supporters who have already purchased tickets do not need to bring their tickets back and those who have paid by credit or debit card will be automatically refunded on the card that was used for the original payment. Supporters who paid by cash or cheque will be automatically refunded by cheque.
City officials have advised all tickets will be allocated on a one ticket per customer basis. If you are applying for tickets for other supporters who do not already have a customer number you will need to provide their full name, address including postcode, contact telephone number, e-mail address and date of birth at the time of booking to be registered.
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For further information visit the Canaries' ticket outlets.
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