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All available tickets sold for Northampton Saints Aviva Premiership semi-final

All available tickets for the Aviva Premiership semi-final to be held at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday, May 23rd, have been sold, Northampton Saints has announced.

At the close of business on Thursday, May 14th, over 10,000 tickets and hospitality places had been booked for the game, before the opponents and kick off time had been confirmed, reflecting the demand for a place at Franklin’s Gardens throughout 2014/15.

Premiership Rugby regulations stipulate that 20 percent of the stadium’s capacity be available to the away team, with more tickets to be made available to league sponsors, which has meant that – for the time being, at least – the Saints have no more tickets to sell in the stadium bowl.

At present the only availability is as part of a hospitality package, the details of which can be obtained by emailing sales@northamptonsaints.co.uk

Saints Season Ticket Holders who emailed the club before 5pm on Tuesday, May 12th, are having their queries dealt with by the Saints Ticket Office, who are attempting to contact people as quickly as possible.

However the Ticket Office team MUST have a daytime telephone contact number to call, otherwise they are not able to help. As a consequence if Season Ticket Holders have not confirmed their ticket reservation by 5pm on Monday their place will be released for general sale.

Any correspondence that is emailed to ticketoffice@northamptonsaints.co.uk MUST include the following details:
– Full names of all relevant Season Ticket Holders
– Customer numbers and barcode numbers of all relevant Season Ticket Holders
– A daytime telephone contact number

The Saints Ticket Office is open between 9am and 5pm on Friday, between 9am and 12noon on Saturday, and 12noon and 5pm on Monday.

Details of any further general sale periods will be made as and when they are available on the Northampton Saints website.

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