Tickets for Nottingham Forest’s trip to Birmingham City are now on sale to away membership holders.
Philippe Montanier takes his side to St Andrew’s on Saturday 14 January (kick-off 3pm) and away members now have the chance to secure their seats for the game.
Forest have received an initial allocation of 2,042 reserved seat tickets located behind the goal in the lower tier of the Gil Merrick Stand and these are priced as follows:
Adults - £25
Seniors (65 years of age and above) - £20
Students (with a valid NUS card on the day) - £20
13-18 years of age - £15
Under 13s (must be accompanied by an adult) - £10
Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders at 9am on Wednesday 4 January and to NFFC members at 9am on Friday 6 January. Tickets are initially restricted to one per customer number.
Individuals buying away tickets through the Forest ticket office must provide their customer number. Each 2016-17 away ticket purchase is worth one loyalty point. Points may be required to purchase tickets for high-demand fixtures.
Should any tickets remain then these will go on general sale at 9am on Saturday 7 January.
In line with the ticketing policy of Birmingham City FC, tickets for supporters with a disability and personal assistants are available to supporters who receive any rate of disability living allowance for either care or mobility.
Both wheelchair user and ambulant disabled supporters should purchase tickets in advance from Nottingham Forest and these are priced at the relevant age-related rate for the disabled supporter and free of charge for the personal assistant.
There are 21 wheelchair bays available for visiting supporters while tickets for ambulant disabled supporters and personal assistants are issued from the main allocation.
Coach travel departs the Brian Clough Stand at 11.30am and is priced at £14.