If you haven’t bought your tickets for the BIG one against the Scarlets yet then make home advantage truly count by purchasing online now and printing at home to avoid any delays on matchday.
- Buy online at ospreysrugby.com/buytickets and opt to print at home to beat the matchday queues
- The £2.50 admin fee on online transactions has been waived, saving you money every time you buy tickets for a game at the Liberty online and print at home
- The Scarlets visit the Liberty Stadium in the PRO12 on Easter Saturday (3.000pm KO).
The stage is set for the most important game ever in the history of this derby fixture, with the Ospreys needing to win the BIG one as they pursue a top six finish and a place in next season’s Champions Cup.
Standing in the way are the Scarlets, looking to cement not only a top six finish but also a place in the play-offs, currently sitting in third spot, so it’s sure to be an absolute cracker.
Following a successful trial earlier this season we are now offering a free print at home facility for all online ticket purchases for games at the Liberty Stadium until the end of the season, encouraging supporters to take advantage of our online ticketing system to avoid matchday queues, making the whole process of watching the Ospreys live easier than ever.
To assist with with that, we have agreed with the Stadium Management Company to waive the standard admin fee of £2.50 when you select the Print at Home option for this fixture as well as the two remaining home games after that.
Tickets for home matches at the Liberty Stadium cost just £20 for adults, £15 concessions and £5 U16s in standard areas, or £25/£20/£15 in premium seating.
If you select the print at home option when purchasing online at www.ospreysrugby.com/buytickets, only one ticket per transaction will gain you entry and multiple prints from one transaction will be rejected.
For example, if you bought one ticket, then you should print one barcoded ticket. Printing more than one barcode for the purchase of one ticket will mean the additional barcodes will be rejected. This will also slow down access for your fellow supporters.
If you barcode is faded or damaged on printing, then please go to the ticket office in advance and as early as possible to request a re-issued ticket. All ticket queries should also be made at the ticket office as early as possible.
You are also advised to bring ID if you have a concession ticket.