SAINTS TICKETS GO ON SALE ** Northampton Saints are now on sale to Season Ticket holders. Remaining tickets will go on general sale on Monday 4th October at 9.30am.
Terrace prices start at: Â£17 Adults
Â£12 Concessions (over 65's and 16-18 years in full time education)
Â£10 Juniors (4-15 years)
South Stand prices are: Â£20 Adults
Tetley's stand prices are: Â£27 Adults
To book your tickets call at the Stradey Park ticket office in person or call the ticketline on 0871 871 8088. The ticket office is open Monday - Friday 9.30am -5pm. As these are away tickets the Scarlets are unfortunately unable to sell them over the internet.
Please note that there are the following Health & Safety Regulations at Franklin's gardens.
There is a no smoking policy within the ground. No persons under 1.2 metres in height are allowed on the standing terraces.
Air horns are not allowed in the ground. Flags should be no larger than A3 size and should only have a plastic/capped pole.
Banners may be placed in the ground so long as they do not obstruct the vision of other supporters.
Musical instruments will be allowed at our discretion, subject to space and with the proviso that they do not interfere or contribute to a nuisance to other supporters around them.
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