A limited number of tickets for Everton's Premier League clash with Stoke City are available.
The Blues welcome Mark Hughes's side to Goodison Park tomorrow (kick-off: 3pm). The last remaining tickets for the game are on general sale with the print-at-home facility active meaning supporters can purchase their seats online — taking away the wait for tickets to arrive in the post or queuing at the Box Office on the day.
Booking with the print-at-home function is fast, convenient and simple — Upon entering the turnstiles on matchday, tickets printed from home will be scanned by supporters in the electronic readers, thus gaining admission as if it were a normal ticket.
Those wanting more information about the print-at-home ticketing facility can obtain it by clicking here.
Club officials are advising fans to arrive early to avoid queues at the box office and turnstiles with the following advice issued for tomorrow's and future Goodison Park matches.
- Fans should use the correct turnstile as indicated on your match ticket or season card.
- Season cards can either be read by inserting under the reader OR by being placed on top of the reader.
- Paper match tickets with barcodes need to be placed under the reader, facing upright.
- Print-at-home tickets will be scanned in the same way as match tickets. Do not shrink them in size, print them on coloured paper or allow them to be of a poor quality print.
Tickets for tomorrow's fixture can also be booked by the more traditional way of visiting the Goodison Park box office in person, or calling into the Everton Two at Liverpool One and TicketQuarter outlets in the city centre.
Alternatively, buy over the phone by telephoning 0151 556 1878.
Please note that those who have already purchased tickets online for the game will not be able to go back and use the print-at-home option.
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