Date: 26th March 2011 at 10:52am
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The club have announced cut-price travel for the game at Swansea City next month after teaming up with Anglian Home Improvements.

The Canaries face the Swans at the Liberty Stadium in a televised encounter on Saturday 9th April (5.20pm) in what could be a shoot-out for the second automatic promotion place.

And the club’s already incredible army of away supporters have been given an extra incentive to travel with the news that official coach travel from Carrow Road to South Wales has been reduced from £36 to just a fiver.

Tickets for the game are priced at £25 for adults, £10 for unaccompanied under-16s or £4 when accompanied by a full paying adult, £13 for senior citizens and £15 for students.

And if you want another reason why you should travel to the game, the club also confirmed that every City fan who travels to the Liberty Stadium will be guaranteed first refusal on tickets for the final away game of the season, at Portsmouth on 2nd May.

For more information contact the club ticket office on 0844 826 1902.

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