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Written applications for Everton and Wolves

Time is running out to get your written applications in for the away games against Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Canaries face Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday 17th December (3pm), and supporters have until 5pm on Thursday 17th November to submit their applications.

Tickets are priced 31 for adults, 19.50 for over-65s and 15.50 for under-16s in Area 1 Lower Tier, 34 for adults 21 for over-65s and 17 for under-16s in Area 2 Lower Tier, and 36 for adults, 22.25 for over-65s and 18 for under-16s in Area 3 Upper Tier.

City travel Molineux to play Wolves on Tuesday 20th December (7.45pm), and supporters have until 5pm on Friday 18th November to submit their applications.

Seats are priced at 24 for adults, 14 for over-65s/students (who must show a valid NUS card at the turnstile), 11 for under-17s and 8 for under-12s in Allocation one, and 28 for adults, 15 for over-65s/students (who must show a valid NUS card at the turnstile), 12 for under-17s and 10 for under-12s in Allocation two.

All tickets will be allocated via the usual priority groups but for further information, and to download an application form via the official site, click here for Everton, and here for the Wolves game.

For all the latest ticket information contact the club ticket office on 0844 826 1902.

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Writer: Dill Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 14 2011

Time: 12:12PM

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Sadly not going to either . Wolves is an eveing game when I work , and Everton would mean a long journey alone . No thanks
yellow belly
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15/11/2011 00:27:00

i thought about wolves but as say evening game and son wouldn`t be able to go due to school.
ratpack
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16/11/2011 08:02:00

 

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