The latest ticket and travel news ahead of Albion’s trip to Stadium MK next weekend.
Brighton & Hove Albion will receive an additional allocation of 700 tickets for the match against MK Dons on Saturday 19th March.
Those fans who have yet to secure their seats are advised to purchase their tickets as soon as possible, with the match set to be an all-ticket affair and no pay-on-the-day option.
Please keep an eye on seagulls.co.uk and on our social media channels once more information becomes available.
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Albion fans should also be aware that there is a Brighton Mainline closure between Brighton/Lewes and Three Bridges on the day of the game.
With over 6000 tickets sold, it is estimated to be the largest number of fans travelling to an Albion away game this season and the number could exceed 7000 if the whole allocation sells out.
There will be a replacement bus service running instead of the train line for fans travelling between Brighton/Lewes and Three Bridges.
Standby buses in place once fans get to Three Bridges, but there should be sufficient space on train services to Victoria.
If fans are arranging their own minibus/coach travel to Milton Keynes, they will need to email Darren Balkham at Darren.email@example.com, who can liaise with fans regarding where to park at or near Stadium MK.
Alternatively, Seagull Travel are arranging coach travel to the stadium, but please note that there are now only limited spaces available. Click here for more information.