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  • Play-Off Final Ballot For Tickets

    Bury News Feed



    We head to Ericstan Park this weekend to take on Wythenshawe Town in the Play-Off Final of the NWCFL Premier Division. The winner takes their place in the Northern Premier League next season.

    Capacity is limited to 1,400, with only a small number of these tickets being made available to Bury supporters as we are receiving the minimum away allocation allowed. 

    The ballot will give preference to those who hold both a society membership and season ticket, so we are asking for you to claim the ballot ticket using the email address used for your membership and also enter information about your season ticket. It is one entry per person. Should we not receive enough ballots from that group we will move to the next on the priority list, but this is unlikely to happen.

    If anything changes and we receive more tickets we will work through the list and advise the next people drawn out of the ballot that they can get a ticket.


    To be included in the ballot for a ticket to this game, please enter your details for a free ticket here before Thursday 2nd May at 6pm. Those putting their name in this ballot will need to be able to travel to Gigg Lane on Friday 3rd May between either 10am-2pm or 4-7pm to pick up their ticket. To claim it you must bring proof of ID and your season ticket (either card or on your phone), plus card or cash for payment on collection.


    Supporters will receive physical tickets and the ballot tickets are not valid for entry. We are yet to be advised of the ticket prices.


    We will use a digital balloting system to randomly select the numbers.


    The ballot will be drawn on Thursday evening, with the lucky ticket holders being informed afterwards.


    REMINDER: Supporters signing up to this ballot must be to be able to collect their ticket from Gigg Lane on Friday 3rd May between either 10am-2pm or 4-7pm. Please only sign up if this is the case.


    We appreciate that a lot of supporters will be left without a ticket, for various reasons across this process. However, considering both the capacity and ticketing limitations, alongside accomodating our large fanbase, this was the best solution we could find considering the timescales.


    Supporters who do not have a ticket should NOT be travelling to the game under any circumstances.

    Please access the game by the Live Stream broadcast made available by the club. Details on this below.


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