A limited number of tickets remain for Aston Villa's visit.
Brighton & Hove Albion are expecting a sell-out for their next home match with Aston Villa, although there are still a limited number of seats available for the match a week on Friday.
The club's ticket office is advised that there are a number of single seats available, and are urging season-ticket holders to check availability via seagullstickets.com, should they wish to bring friends or colleagues along to the match.
There are pairs of tickets stilll available in some locations across the stadium, with the most availability in the south stand. Seats have also been released in the hospitality section, with half way line seating in the East Stand (Block E1DH) priced at £55 per place, which also includes pre and post-match access to the 7 Stars Sports Bar.
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Head of supporter services Jenny Gower commented, "We are close to selling out the Amex for a second successive match, but as we get closer to a sell-out we have an increasing number of single seats.
"Season-ticket holders are entitled to purchase up to four additional tickets for friends and family, who are Albion supporters to come along to the game."
To check availability close to their seats, season-ticket holders should simply log into seagullstickets.com and check the stadium plan to view the available seats.
Aston Villa have sold out their allocation of tickets, and once Albion announce a sell-out the ticket exchange will open for season-ticket holders to make their tickets available for re-sale.
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