Want to know where you watch football morning, noon and night, five days a week and all for just £25?
That’s the price of this year’s NI Milk Cup Multi Match Adult Ticket which is now on sale enabling fans to access to matches at seven enclosed venues for a flat fee (£10 for Under-16s).
“The Multi Match Ticket is designed to give supporters maximum value for money and has proved highly popular,” says Dr. Tom Stark, treasurer of the international youth tournament.
“We’ve already seen a heavy demand for tickets since we made them available on our website.”
Payment can be made through Paypal and tickets forwarded to purchasers within days.
The initiative means that at Coleraine and Ballymena Showgrounds, Scroggy Road (Limavady), Riada Stadium (Ballymoney) and Seahaven (Portstewart), ticket holders are on a winner as they can take in as many games at those locations as they wish, in addition to Anderson Park (Coleraine) and Broughshane.
The tickets, available directly through the website at www.nimilkcup.org, also give access to Finals Night at Ballymena Showgrounds for the three deciders on Thursday, July 26, beginning with the Junior showdown at 4pm.
Without a MMT, admission to Coleraine and Ballymena Showgrounds, Scroggy Road (Limavady), Riada Stadium (Ballymoney) and Seahaven (formerly Mullaghacall, Portstewart) is £6 for adults every game (£4 for U-16s) and £3 (adults) and £2 (U-16s) at Anderson Park (Coleraine) and Broughshane.
Admission to Finals Night without a MMT is £15 (adult) and £10 (U-16s).
There is no fixed charge for admission to games at the seven other venues although a voluntary collection is taken up.