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Season Ticket Holders – Thursday 11th August, 10am (one per season ticket holder).

Official Club Members – Thursday 18th August, 10am (one per club member).

 

Non-season ticket holders are required to become Official Club Members in order to purchase match day tickets for this fixture. More information on the Official Club Membership can be found here.

Ticket Prices

Adults - £24.00

Over 65s - £19.00

Under 23s - £14.00

Under 18s - £9.00

Under 12s – £6.00

Under 8s - £2.00

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On 11/08/2022 at 14:59, athywhite1958 said:

Got ours, 1 night in the Premier Inn 2 miles from the ground, 

Hopefully you’re in one at Cattedown opposite Barbican rather than Marsh Mills. 

if you’re late down Friday and aren’t venturing onto Barbican the Thistle Park Tavern on cross roads by hotel has decent range of beers and ciders and usually live music.

Annabelles around Sutton Harbour would be your bet for late drinks and dancing with dirty slappers of a certain vintage.

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1 hour ago, green genie said:

Hopefully you’re in one at Cattedown opposite Barbican rather than Marsh Mills. 

if you’re late down Friday and aren’t venturing onto Barbican the Thistle Park Tavern on cross roads by hotel has decent range of beers and ciders and usually live music.

Annabelles around Sutton Harbour would be your bet for late drinks and dancing with dirty slappers of a certain vintage.

Thanks for this, we are staying in Bristol on Friday night and coming to Plymouth on Saturday morning, saves my mate doing the long drive in one go, there will be a few of us staying over so tips for good food and places to go will be appreciated

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Blimey, try and narrow down a bit but as 50 something my advice would be.

Saturday lunchtime I'd have few on Barbican.  The Dolphin and Queens Arms and Maritime (can stand looking at harbour) are only ones left not gone grockel trap.

Go to Cap'n Jasper's and get gurt big burger or breakfast roll .

From where your hotel is your not far from East End Cafe which caters for dockers if want early big feed.

After if want to break up journey back after game head towards Mutley where Hyde Park and Fortescue and Junction worth a stop.  You're then onto student land before back to Barbican. 

There's a cracking Thai street food place Suphas near the hotel or Miller & carter steakhouse.

There are a few Greek owned restaurants around Plymouth guaranteed a good feed.

Village on Barbican does fish,steak and Greek on charcoal pit. Book before. 

Mezze Grill is relaxed decent food. 

Thai House is decent .

Curry houses in centre will disappoint compared to NW but Eastern Eye will feed you pissed up with garish coloured dishes.

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1 hour ago, green genie said:

 

Blimey, try and narrow down a bit but as 50 something my advice would be.

Saturday lunchtime I'd have few on Barbican.  The Dolphin and Queens Arms and Maritime (can stand looking at harbour) are only ones left not gone grockel trap.

Go to Cap'n Jasper's and get gurt big burger or breakfast roll .

From where your hotel is your not far from East End Cafe which caters for dockers if want early big feed.

After if want to break up journey back after game head towards Mutley where Hyde Park and Fortescue and Junction worth a stop.  You're then onto student land before back to Barbican. 

There's a cracking Thai street food place Suphas near the hotel or Miller & carter steakhouse.

There are a few Greek owned restaurants around Plymouth guaranteed a good feed.

Village on Barbican does fish,steak and Greek on charcoal pit. Book before. 

Mezze Grill is relaxed decent food. 

Thai House is decent .

Curry houses in centre will disappoint compared to NW but Eastern Eye will feed you pissed up with garish coloured dishes.

Didn't Union St used to be the place to booze in Plymouth, but had a look round last season & there didn't seem to be much there apart from the Union Rooms Witherspoons.

Anyway In, going via Wales & coming back via Brighton.

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2 hours ago, bolton va va said:

Didn't Union St used to be the place to booze in Plymouth, but had a look round last season & there didn't seem to be much there apart from the Union Rooms Witherspoons.

Anyway In, going via Wales & coming back via Brighton.

Union St used to be west side of the Wetherspoons. Only thing left is Jesters if you want to score some crack. Unfortunately most places that end of turn are now chain popworld etc

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