Important travel information ahead of Friday's game.
Brighton & Hove Albion fans that plan to attend the Aston Villa match by car are advised that parking has completely sold in Car Park B (the Bridge) - and there will be NO pay-on-the-day option.
The club strongly advise supporters to take advantage of the free travel scheme, wherever possible; fans can use trains and buses within the travel zone.
Park-and-ride services will be in operation from 5pm and fans who have not pre-booked parking and intend to drive, are advised to allow extra time to make their journeys and that all locations are set to be very busy, with Mill Road and Lewes Road sites expected to be the busiest.
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Meanwhile, tickets for Friday’s game are selling fast and a limited number of single seats are still available.
The club is urging season-ticket holders to check availability via seagullstickets.com, should they wish to bring friends or colleagues along to the match.
There is currently 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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