Leeds United play-off ticket details for Norwich City legs on allocation, prices and deadlines

Norwich City visited Leeds United in January -Credit:Clive Brunskill/Getty Images
Norwich City visited Leeds United in January -Credit:Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Supporters hoping to be with Leeds United at Norwich City next Sunday should be braced to grab their tickets when they go on sale tomorrow. From 1pm, super away attendees and away season ticket holders will be able to buy their tickets online.

From 10.30am on Tuesday, supporters who have attended 20 or more away games this season will be able to buy their tickets. Then, from 1pm on Tuesday, Elland Road season ticket holders will get their chance.

From 10.30am on Wednesday, members will be served on a first come, first served basis, if there is still any of the 2,022 allocation remaining at Carrow Road. Tickets are priced at £36 for adults, £26 for 18 to 20-year-olds and 65-and-overs, £21 for 12 to 17-year-olds and £13 for two to 11-year-olds.

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Tickets for the second leg at Elland Road went on sale from 10.30am on Sunday morning to season ticket holders. The club’s call centre will take orders on Monday, with regular office hours resuming on Tuesday.

Season ticket holders’ seats will be reserved until midnight on Tuesday. From 1pm on Wednesday, My Leeds members, those with 14 or more home matches under their belt this season, will get tickets on a first come, first served basis.

Between 10.30am and 11.30am on Thursday, My Leeds priority members will get their chance before all My Leeds members from 11.30am. The online ballot for everyone else opens from 9am on Friday and closes at midnight on May 12.

Those who are successful in the ballot will be informed on May 13. Prices for adults range from £35 to £47, depending which stand you sit in.

For more information the away leg, click here, and for the home leg, click here.