NEC Harlequins quarterfinal tie against Plymouth Albion in the Powergen National Trophy will take place at the Twickenham Stoop on <strong>Saturday 7th January, kick-off 3.00pm</strong>.
Tickets are now on sale for this fixture, which can be purchased by calling the ticket department in the Quins office on 020 8410 6000 or online by clicking here.
Ticket prices for this game are as follows:
£15 - Adult seats in Gold and Premier sections of the East and Lexus stands
£10 - Adult seats in Club, Touchline and Tryline sections of the East and Lexus stands
£ 5 - Concessions (including students) in all sections of the East and Lexus stands
All disabled supporters and their carers can come in free of charge
We would like to offer our season ticket holders the opportunity to reserve their seat for this match. Should you wish to do so then please send voucher number 29 from your season ticket booklet, with name and address on reverse, to the club office by the close of play on Wednesday 14th December. Alternatively call the Quins ticket office on 020 8410 6000. After this date, all season ticket seats that are not reserved will go on general sale.
As this match is not included in the season ticket package, then everyone is required to purchase their seat. With voucher number 29 please also send us your method of payment (credit / debit card or cheque). Please note that there will be a £3 administration fee on all credit / debit card bookings.
The cost of seats for season ticket holders is as follows:
For season ticket holders and members, all seats are £10
For Joker season ticket holders and members, all seats are £5
For Debenture holders, all seats are £7
For concessions, all seats are £5
Please note that the North stand may not be open for this fixture, therefore we will relocate all North stand season ticket holders in either the East or Lexus stand, whichever preference you chose to indicate on your voucher.
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.