Going to Norwich City away? Then you are in for a treat as Brighton and Hove Albion are laying on free coach travel there and back for 1000 ticket holders.
The fantastic gesture comes with the game moved to a Friday night by Sky, meaning it is impossible to get back from Carrow Road on the train afterwards. This is of course not the first time that transport plans have been totally bollocksed up by Sky and as a result of the inconvenience across the campaign, the club have decided to ferry 1000 fans there free of charge.
The offer is available on a first come, first served basis to those who have bought match tickets and can be booked through Seagulls Travel. The coaches will depart and return from the Amex while sensibly there is also a one way option for those traveling to Norwich from London or other parts of the country but who wish to return to Brighton afterwards.
In addition to that, there will also be a food and drink voucher for every supporter which will be handed out on the turnstiles to away supporters. These things normally allow supporters to claim items up to the value of £5 and have previously been given out on two journeys to Middlebsrough away which was great news as the six hour train journey up was not enough time to put away a significant amount of beer. The free pint on those occasions were really needed.
Norwich tickets are on sale from this Thursday to those supporters with 1150+ loyalty points. Just remember to take your ID with you.
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