Using the Man Utd ticket office

The Man Utd ticket office is always busy with the club's world wide fan base all eagerly trying to find tickets to see the Red Devils this summer and into the new season. However, despite the huge popularity as ever, you can still get tickets to see the champions of England in pre-season meetings and in their defence of the Premier league.

One interesting match of note is club legend Paul Scholes' testimonial against New York Cosmos on Friday 5th August. Tickets are still available and at affordable prices, you are urged not to miss out on a celebration for Paul Scholes as he bids fair well to the United fans for the last time as a player. Prices range between £20-£40 for adults whilst over 65's can expect to pay £15 with under 16's paying as little as £5. Whats more is that purchasing tickets for this specific game will entitle you into gaining a discount on the Manchester United open training day should you choose to attend that as well.

The open training day takes place on the 6th August and is a fantastic opportunity to get an insight into how the team train and see some new signings like Ashley Young and Phil Jones in action. Supporters can also expect the chance to get some autographs or photos from their favourite players.

Members now have the opportunity to snap up the last remaining tickets to see the Community Shield match at Wembley where the team will be looking to get one over their fierce rivals Manchester City. For more details on how to get tickets for the game, visit http://www.manutd.com/en/Tickets-And-Hospitality.aspx. With tickets expected to sell fast for the first few games of the season, it might be an idea for members to use the website to find out what date and time ticket's go on sale to members so they don't miss out on the opening home games against rivals Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea.

For more information on ticketing, please visit http://www.manutd.com and click on the tickets and hospitality category.


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