Peterborough United have marked the opening of the new Moy’s End Stand this Saturday (November 22) by offering heavily discounted admission prices.
The Moy’s End will re-open for the visit of Swindon Town and club officials want to see it packed out to see Posh tackle the side currently second in League One. The stand houses just under 2,600 seats which includes an area for disabled fans.
The Moy’s End terrace was traditionally used to accomodate visiting supporters, but the new structure will host home fans for at least the rest of this season.
Adult admission tickets purchased in advance of this Saturday’s game, and the home match with League One leaders Bristol City on Friday, November 28, will cost just £15. It’s £10 for over 60s and 18-21 year-olds and £3 for under 18s.
Those prices will rise to £23, £16 and £12 on the day of the match.
Existing season ticket holders may swap their current seat/terrace place for a seat in the new stand online at www.theposhtickets.com or in person at the London Road Ticket Office.
Wheelchair Disabled supporters should contact the Ticket Office on 01733 865674 (option 2).
Posh Head of Media and Ticketing Chris Brewer said: “We have worked extremely hard behind the scenes to ensure the stand was open on schedule and we hope to see the stand packed out for its debut game on Saturday.”