Hartlepool United have introduced a special ticket offer for the upcoming National League fixture when Wrexham return to the Victoria Ground.
Craig Hignett’s side play host to the Reds on Saturday, 23rd March (3.00pm Kick Off) and have decided to reduce ticket prices across the board for this game, as a thank you to all supporters for their backing in the same fixture last season.
Concessions (Senior, Armed Forces, Student, Under 19): £5.00
Under 16: £2.00
Wheelchair/Ambulant Disabled are charged at the relevant age category, with free carer if on high rate DLA/enhanced rate PIP (carers not available online, if purchasing in advance ring Ticket Office on 01429 272584 ext 2 or in person on the day from 10.00am onwards).
Tickets are available here online, where supporters can download tickets straight to their mobile phones, plus other options.
When Pools hosted Wrexham in January 2018 in what became known as ‘Save Pools Day’, the support received by fans of The Dragons, as well as from supporters of clubs from throughout the North East, was overwhelming at what was such a crucial time for the future of the Club.
And now they are inviting all fans back to The Super 6 Stadium to say a big ‘thank you’ for that support.
They have reduced ticket prices to just £10 for adults, £5 for concessions and £2 for Under 16s and want everyone to come back and enjoy the game this season.
“What happened at the Wrexham game last season was massive in terms of the takeover that followed,” Pools boss Craig Hignett admitted.
“I always knew what special supporters we had at the Football Club but the way fans of other clubs in this region and from outside the area, including Wrexham, stood by the Club in that hour of need was nothing short of amazing.
“It seems fitting that when Wrexham return to Hartlepool, we pay tribute to the extraordinary efforts from everyone involved, not just in coming to the game but in the fundraising that went alongside that.
“That Never Say Die spirit is something we pride ourselves on here at Pools and it’s never been more evident that during that period so hopefully this ticket offer can help give a little bit back to recognise everyone who played their part.”