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Help Blues become talk of the town
WANDERERS have slashed ticket prices for their Good Friday game against Accrington Stanley in a bid to attract a bumper gate and make the club talk of the town.
Adult tickets for all parts of the ground will cost just £10, concessions are £5 and entry to under sevens is free.
And manager Gareth Ainsworth has urged fans to turn up in their droves for the Bank Holiday clash.
He said: "The support we’ve had this season has been superb. I’ve felt from the minute I took charge that, as a club, we are one - that includes the directors, staff, players and fans.
"You have played just as big a role as the boys on the pitch in turning the season around and I want as many of you as possible to be part of the afternoon and make this club the talk of the town as it deserves to be.
"Come on down, bring as many people with you as possible and let’s get Adams Park rocking."
Chairman Don Woodward added: "This game is the perfect chance for the town to come together and celebrate everything that makes Wycombe Wanderers such a special club.
"To have a club celebrating its 125th anniversary is something for High Wycombe to be proud of and this occasion gives us the opportunity to say thank you for all your support this season."
The club's Platinum Members will have the chance to win a mystery money-can’t-buy prize, with the winner being the person who has the most friends who quote their membership number when booking their tickets.
To buy tickets go to www.wwfc.com or call 01494 441118.
The club is also looking for volunteers to help distribute flyers and posters about the deal around the local areas. Anyone interested can email John Derben on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any suggestions on things you would like to see at the ground on the day, email email@example.com.