TICKETS | Peterborough away and Southend home go on sale

Tickets for Charlton’s upcoming games away to Peterborough United and at home to Southend United go on-sale on Wednesday morning. 

We have been handed an allocation of 967 seats for the Peterborough game and they are priced at £23 adults, £14 over 60s and under 22s, £10 under 18s. Prices will increase on the day by £3. 

We have also been given a number of ambulant disabled tickets and have access to eight wheelchair bays, priced at the relevant price and include a free helper. 

Tickets can be purchased by visiting The Valley Superstore in person, by calling 03330 14 44 44 or by going online. Please click here to visit our tickets website. 

Valley Away will also be running a coach service to the match, priced at £20. Please see below for a list of pick-up times: 

Larkfield           8.30am 
Gravesend       8.55am 
Dartford            9.10am 
Bexleyheath    9.25am 
Bromley           9.55am 
Eltham             10.15am 
Charlton           10.30am
Tickets have also gone on-sale for our home game against Southend on Saturday, April 8th, which will also be Charlton Upbeats Day.

The match has been classified as an Addicks silver game and ticket prices start at £17 adults, £14 adult disabled, £13 over 65s, £10 students, disabled concessions and U18s, and £5 U11s. 


For the match against Peterborough United on Saturday, 1st April 2017, kick-off 3.00 pm, there is a choice of trains from Kings Cross return.
The better decision is to go by Virgin Trains East Coast.  It’s much cheaper and quicker, as set out below.  The average journey time is 47 minutes outbound and 53 minutes return.  Fares vary slightly but the  tickets are NOT interchangeable.
Forget going by Great Northern suburban trains.  Costs more and, with 14 or so stops, the average journey time is 85 minutes.
Back to Virgin Trains.  They depart KGX at 11.03, 11.30, 11.35 and 12.03 arriving Peterborough (PBO) 47 minutes later.  A discounted Advance Purchase (AP) or relevant Railcard (RC) ticket costs £7.60 for the 11.03 train and £9.25 for the remaining three.  The AP/RC ticket quota for most trains at this late date is almost over subscribed.  Buy quickly.
Don’t bother about the hassle of booking seats for such a short trip.  Go to the Quiet Coach ‘A’ where usually there are some unreserved seats.
Return [Virgin E C trains] depart PBO at 17.51, 18.33 and 18.51 for KGX. The AP/RC ticket costs £7.60 each for all three trains. 
ADULT tickets cost 51% more than the discounted prices stated above.  If all the latter are partly or fully oversubscribed, check the price of the ‘Super off-peak Day Return’ ticket, [the adult is £34.90] because it’s less than the cost of two ‘non-discounted’ individual tickets.  
Now to the ABAK Stadium, PE2 8AL.  Although just under ONE mile from. The station, the hassle of changing buses and the one-way streets, like Sheffield, is not worth it, especially if you fancy a stop en route.  
Go out of the eastern (main) exit of the station.  Then either walk straight ahead for about 170 yards into the (A15) Boulevard, OR walk to the south through the station car park, and left to join the Boulevard. Follow the dual-carriageway round to the left until you see a southern pedestrian walk through to your right – opposite Bridge Street.   
Go along the 100 or so yards pedestrian walkway, past the shops.  At the end keep initially  to the right-hand footway. Continue along the (A15) London Road for just over one-third of a mile. Cross over two bridges – first the River Nene and then the railway line.  The ground is now quite near to your left. 

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