Those season ticket holders who we have an email address for and who are attending the Lincoln City game on Saturday December 19th (this will be all season ticket holders who were not chosen in the ballot to attend the Doncaster Rovers game) should, by now, have received a system generated ticket email (please check junk/spam).
For bubbles of more than one person, please note the ticket(s) have been sent to the bubble co-ordinator so please speak to your co-ordinator.
If you are the bubble co-ordinator and have not received your email and believe you should have, you can contact the club by either calling 01604 683777 (10am-5pm Monday to Friday) or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can print your tickets at home, please do so, please see below.
For those supporters who do not have an email address showing on the ticket office system, we have printed those tickets and have posted them out to you.
If you have tickets to attend and don’t wish to, please email email@example.com and we can allocate your seats to another bubble.
The iFollow service remains in place for all season ticket holders not attending a particular match.
Thank you for your support and patience.
PRINTING AT HOME
Those season ticket holder bubble co-ordinators who are attending the Lincoln City game will have received a confirmation email via ntfcdirect.co.uk which will allow those supporters to print their tickets at home.
In that confirmation email, there will be a CLICK HERE link, a reference number and the stand, row and seat number you have been allocated for this game. Please see example below.
When you click on the link in the email, please enter your booking reference shown and your surname to reveal your tickets which you can then print at home and bring with you to the game.
Those who are unable to print at home can collect their tickets from the club store between 10am and 5pm weekdays or, if you cannot do either of the above, you can collect on arrival on the day of the game from 1pm onwards, but we would please recommend printing at home where at all possible.