Published: 12:00, 10 December 2019
| Updated: 16:17, 10 December 2019
Gillingham are selling tickets for their forthcoming FA Cup match against West Ham United at a discounted price for loyal fans.
Season ticket holders and those in possession of a ticket stub for the second round game against Doncaster can now purchase their third round tickets at a discounted rate. They went on sale at midday on Tuesday.
The club say they want to reward fans for their "loyalty and support by giving them preferential treatment". Those fans have until 9am on Thursday, December 19 to guarantee their seats, after which remaining tickets will go on general sale. Discounted rates will still be honoured after that date to those who qualify.
Fans who purchase a half season ticket can also take advantage of the cheaper prices.
Standard adult tickets for the match, with a discount, are priced at £25, a saving of £5 on the standard price of a ticket, which for adults will be £30.
Those are prices for anywhere other than in Medway Stand blocks D, E and F, Gordon Road D and E and the Brian Moore Stand. The cost for seniors/concessions is £27 (£22 with the discount), £20 (£15) for students and under-18s £15 (£10).
Tickets in other areas of Priestfield will be priced at £33 (£28 with the discount), £30 (£25) for seniors/concessions, £23 (£18) for students and £18 (£13) for under-18s
More on the Gills:
No more than two adult tickets can be purchased per customer at the discounted rate.
The club are expecting a bumper attendance at Priestfield for the match which takes place on Sunday, January 5, kick-off 6.16pm.
How can I watch Gillingham v West Ham?
The best way, of course, is to get a ticket for the game at Priestfield. But if you're unable to get a ticket then these are the options:-
TV channel: The match will be televised in the UK on BT Sport, with kick-off at 6.16pm.
Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can watch the match online via the BT Sport video player and the BT Sport app.
Match coverage: KentOnline Sport will be keeping you up to date with all the build-up and action via our match blog service with Luke Cawdell at www.kentonline.co.uk.
Boss Steve Evans, who believes the draw is just reward for his players after the opening two rounds, was at the London Stadium on Monday night to suss out the opposition, watching West Ham's 3-1 defeat to Arsenal in the Premier League.
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