CHELSEA v POSH: Ticket sales start on December 22

Peterborough United have announced ticket purchasing details for the FA Cup Third Round tie against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday January 8 (3pm).

Tuesday, 20th December 2016, 11:22 pm
Updated Thursday, 29th December 2016, 3:29 pm
Chelsea's Diego Costa could be lying in wait for Posh.

Posh have received an allocation of 6,000 tickets with an adult price of £30 (concessions available) and they will be sold in the following order:

From 9am on Thursday, December 22

Season Ticket Holders and foreverposh/Junior Posh members

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Posh boss Grant McCann gets to pit his wits against Chelsea's Antonio Conte.

Limit: 1 per season ticket holder and 1 per member. If supporter is both, 2 can be bought.

From 9am on Friday December 23, (first come, first served basis)

Purchasers of replay ticket vs Notts County and Posh We Are members.

Limit: 4 per purchaser and 1 per member.

Chelsea club captain John Terry might play against Posh.

If season ticket holder attended replay, 5 can be purchased (if not already purchased).

From 9am on Wednesday December 28 onwards (first come, first served basis if any remain)

General Sale

Limit: 6 per person.

David Luiz of Chelsea (right).

TICKET PRICES

Adults: £30

Seniors 65+: £15

Under 20s: £15

Posh boss Grant McCann gets to pit his wits against Chelsea's Antonio Conte.

Wheelchair disabled: FREE (with carer)

Tickets can be purchases online at www.theposhtickets.com

No booking fees. Postage only (£1.59 per order)

Through the ticketmaster hotline 0844 847 1934

£1.75 per ticket booking fee applies. £1.59 postage per order.

Calls cost 7ppm plus your network access fee.

Chelsea club captain John Terry might play against Posh.

In person at the ABAX Stadium ticket office

Please bring your season cards/membership cards if applicable.

Further information is available from http://www.theposh.com/news/article/2016-17/chelsea-emirates-fa-cup-stamford-bridge-3479735.aspx.

David Luiz of Chelsea (right).