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Stoke's Wembley ticket sales are well underway with the majority of season ticket holders able to buy theirs from tomorrow.

The semi-final tie against Bolton next month is sure to be a sell-out for the Potters with 32,000 tickets available and all season ticket holders are guaranteed the chance to buy a ticket. Platinum and Potters Foundation members have been able to buy their ticket for Stoke's first FA Cup semi-final since 1972 for the last few days, but tomorrow sees the start for the remaining season ticket holders who have Gold membership.

The club seem to have pulled out all the stops to ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible and it took your erstwhile editor under 90 minutes to get his on Saturday - a vast improvement on the SEVEN hour wait for a ticket to the mighty Potters' first ever game in the Premier League in August 2008 - oddly enough also an away match against The Trotters.

Season ticket holders have until Saturday to buy their ticket before Silver card holders get the chance on Monday 4th April. The remaining tickets will go on general sale on Friday 8th April.

So, if you've not already got yours, get on down to the Brit and let's get Delilah ringing around North London on Sunday April 17th.



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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Monday March 28 2011
Time: 9:26PM

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All bought and I'm ready!
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