Supporters who wish to pay on the day for the visit of Middlesbrough this weekend, or those season-ticket holders who have missed direct-debit payments and wish to visit the Albion Ticket Office on Saturday to settle outstanding payments, are advised to arrive at the stadium early ahead of the game with Middlesbrough.
Tickets are available to buy on the day of the game for both home and away supporters, but those wishing to purchase at the stadium ahead of the match should allow 60-90 minutes to avoid our peak period and ensure enough time to purchase and enter the stadium before kick-off.
Or to avoid queuing at all, fans from both Brighton & Hove Albion and Middlesbrough are advised to purchase a ticket in advance via the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901 or via the respective club’s online ticket site.
Home fans are reminded that the quickest, simplest and cheapest way to buy is online, using the print-at-home option.
Click here for further details and prices.
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Rail Service Disruption
Engineering works are taking place between Three Bridges and Brighton with all lines closed on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October 2014.
Extra buses will replace trains between Three Bridges and Brighton/Lewes. There will be an amended Thameslink service between Bedford to Gatwick Airport/Three Bridges and an amended Southern service running between London Victoria and Brighton/Portsmouth, with services being diverted via Horsham.
Please remember to allow plenty of extra time for your journey. Our coach operating partners at Seagull Travel pick up from all across the south east.
For full details of routes offered, pick-up locations and prices click here.