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Boro in ticket offer

Middlesbrough supporters are being given the generous opportunity to attend two forthcoming home games for the price of one.

Those fans purchasing a ticket for their next home game against Bristol City are to be allowed in for the midweek clash with Huddersfield Town absolutely free.

Seats are usual prices throughout the stadium although those supporters buying tickets for the Bristol City fixture on Saturday 24th November will earn themselves a complimentary ticket against Huddersfield three days later.

The move is part of the club's recent initiative to find creative ticketing solutions to the problem of falling gates.

"We are determined to build on the momentum and give Tony Mowbray and his players our maximum help," Chief Executive Neil Bausor told Boro's official website. "We all want to keep up our challenge and when we get big crowds like last Friday, it gives the team a huge boost.

"I am sure those people who were returning to the Riverside had a great evening and we're hoping that those who came along for the first time this season have caught the bug and will be encouraged to come back for more."

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Writer:Vital Boro
Date:Tuesday November 13 2012
Time: 4:14PM

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