LEAGUE GAMES 2016/17
Macclesfield Town offers good value for live National League football with 'pay on the day' admission starting at just £15 for adults and £10 for concessions.
Fans aged between 12 and 18 and students pay just £5 per game whilst anyone under 12 is just £3
Tickets can be bought online at www.mtfcdirect.co.uk/
Match Day Prices
*Must be accompanied by an adult.
** The club offers reciprocal facilities for visiting fans (see Customer Charter). Supporters of visiting clubs that offer seating accomodation only to away fans may not be offered terrace accomodation. Please check beforehand for details.
***Student tickets are available on Match Day by presenting a valid student ID at the Ticket Office ahead of the game.
In line with the Football Conference recommendations disabled supporters / wheelchair users tickets will be charged at the full price If a disabled person requires a carer to attend they will be issued a ticket free of charge . Proof of disability will be asked for on collection of tickets.
Pay on the day customers will need purchase a ticket at the home or away Ticket Offices before entering the stadium.
Call in at the office, call 01625 264686 or see below for other ways to buy.
Early ticket purchase
Tickets for all areas of the ground can be purchased at the Club's Office Reception or by telephone for pre-collection from the Club's Ticket Office on the day of the game. A small administrative charge of 50p will be made for card transactions. Tickets can be purchased up to 5.00pm on the Friday before the Saturday match and 12 noon on the day of an evening match.
HOW TO GET TICKETS
There are seven ways supporters can buy tickets for games.
1 - Buy a Season Ticket
"This is the easiest way as its only one purchase and then you're set for the rest of the year" said Rob. "And we've just launched a mini season ticket which covers every home game from Torquay onwards. And as an added incentive, should we manage to get past Chelmsford City and get a plum FA Cup draw, the mini ticket will have the same rights to buying tickets for that as a full season ticket holder would have."
2 - Buy in person at the office.
"The main club office will be open during its usual opening hours. If you happen to be passing the stadium, then you can drop in whenever and buy tickets for one or more games. For big games, as the club have in the past, we will look at some late night opening as well."
3 - Buy for upcoming fixtures when you come to a game.
"Tickets for future games will on sale from the Moss Lane Ticket Office before 2pm on matchdays and also for 30 minutes after each game. Buying in person in this way or at the Club office during the week is the cheapest way to watch the Silkmen if you don't have a season ticket. You will be able to buy tickets for more than one future match as well, to make it even more convenient for you."
4 - Buy over the phone
"During office hours you will be able to simply call up and pay over the phone. Just give us a ring on 01625 264686 and we will either have the tickets waiting for you to come and pick up from the office at your convenience or from the appropriate ticket office on matchday."
5 - Buy Online
"This is the biggest new development as it's something the club hasn't been able to offer in the past. Visit www.mtfcdirect.co.ukand you can pick your match, your stand and even your seat for any of the upcoming matches. There is a booking fee, but it still works out much cheaper than paying on the day. We've made sure we have kept that fee down and we think it's the lowest figure for any club in the Football League."
6 - Buy on the day.
"We know that some people won't know beforehand if they will be attending the match and might only be able to make that decision on the day of the match. In that case we have ticket windows on Moss Lane, and another being installed on London Road where fans can buy the tickets on the day. These will be open from 12.00 noon for a Saturday and 6.00pm for Tuesday night games and will remain open after kick off for any latecomers."
7 - From the Town Hall.
"The Visitor Information Centre at the Town Hall will have a supply of tickets available for future matches, enabling supporters to get their ticket in the town centre."