- Supporters can buy tickets for Leicester City’s pre-season friendly against MK Dons from 9am on Tuesday 18 July
- Craig Shakespeare’s men will face the Sky Bet League 1 side at stadium:mk on Friday 28 July (7:45pm kick-off)
- The Club have been provided with an allocation of 733 seats for the clash, including four wheelchair spaces
- Tickets will be available in-store at King Power Stadium, by phone and online at the new-look ticketing website
The Foxes travel to Buckinghamshire to take on former City defender Robbie Neilson’s Dons on Friday 28 July (7:45pm kick-off) as preparations for the 2017/18 Premier League season begin to heat up. The Club have been provided with an allocation of 733 tickets for the clash against the Sky Bet League 1 outfit, with Adults tickets being priced at £10.
Seniors (65+) will be charged £8 while Under-18s will be required to pay just £3 to see the Foxes in action during their second domestic pre-season friendly of the summer. Supporters aged 12 and under, on the other hand, will be able to watch the match FREE of charge. A maximum of two Under-12s tickets will be available per paying Adult.
Supporters with disabilities will be charged as per their relevant age band, detailed in full below, plus a FREE companion. Four wheelchair spaces have been provided for the fixture. You can secure your seat from 9am on Tuesday 18 July from the City Fanstore, by calling 0344 815 5000 (Option 1) or by going online at the Club’s new-look ticketing website by clicking HERE.
Adults - £10
Seniors 65+ - £8
Under 18s - £3
Under 12s* - FREE (max two per paying Adult)
*Not available online.
Allocation: 733 (including four wheelchair spaces)
Supporters with disabilities will pay as per their relevant age band plus a FREE companion.
Tickets go on general sale on Tuesday 18 July at 9am.
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