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LINCOLN AWAY TICKETS NOW ON SALE

edited September 21 in Match Day Travel

Tickets are now on general sale for Charlton's Sky Bet League One match at Lincoln City.

The club have received an allocation of 1,500 for the trip to LNER Stadium on Saturday, October 8th (3pm).

Click here to purchase your ticket for Lincoln v Charlton.

PRICES

Adult: £24

Over 65/U22: £19

U18: £10

Ambulant Disabled: Available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.

Wheelchair Bays: Four bays are available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.

VALLEY AWAY

Away coach travel will be available for the trip to Lincoln via the club's Valley Away service, priced at £24 with the following pick-up points and times: 

COACH ONE

Bromley: 8.55am

Eltham: 9.15am

Charlton: 9.30am

COACH TWO

Larkfield: 8.20am

Gravesend: 8.45am

Dartford: 9am

Bexleyheath: 9.15am

Click here to visit the club's ticketing site.


https://www.charltonafc.com/news/lincoln-away-tickets-now-sale

Train information

As yet no strikes have been announced for this day, any strikes would have to be announced on Friday 23rd September.

Comments

  • Clive, you have the O65/U22 priced at £15, the site is asking for £19
  • Thanks, I'll wait to hear about any strikes before thinking about this!
  • edited September 22
    Matchday travel made difficult by LNER work, thought I'd been screwed but my train tickets (via Newark) account for it
  • Leuth said:
    Matchday travel made difficult by LNER work, thought I'd been screwed but my train tickets (via Newark) account for it
    Made even more difficult now.
    More than 40,000 workers from Network Rail and 15 train operators will strike on 8 October, their union has announced.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-62999136
  • Grrrrr.

    What are the chances this will be resolved and the strike called off? Hence, how long should I leave it before getting a refund? And then how the hell do I get to the game?
  •  Cheesed me right off. 12 of us got train tickets three weeks only to hear the news of another poxy strike. Maybe a mini bus or maybe another boys away day 
  • Had this Email today from LNER



    We are getting in touch to make you aware of major Network Rail planned engineering works that will be taking place in the Newcastle area and will affect services across our route 1 to 9 October 2022.

    There will be significant disruption for an extended nine-day period. Journeys between Newcastle and Edinburgh will be affected during this time, with some services diverted via the West Coast Main Line or by coach replacement, resulting in longer travel times.

    LNER services to and from Harrogate, Bradford, Lincoln, Middlesbrough, Thornaby, Hull, Selby, Brough and Sunderland will also be affected. Customers in these areas should use local services to connect with LNER services on the East Coast Main Line.

    Following the completion of the work, some services will be amended on Monday 10 October.

    Please also be aware that trade union members are planning industrial action on Saturday 1 and Wednesday 5 October 2022. We are reviewing the impact of this proposed action but expect an extremely limited timetable to be in place.

    During this period, we are advising customers to check before they travel and ensure they have a  seat reservation  as we are expecting trains to be extremely busy.

    These essential works are being carried out by Network Rail to create a more reliable and modern railway. More information is available here. 

    Thank you in advance for your patience, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Kind regards,

    The LNER Team


  • Had this Email today from LNER



    We are getting in touch to make you aware of major Network Rail planned engineering works that will be taking place in the Newcastle area and will affect services across our route 1 to 9 October 2022.

    There will be significant disruption for an extended nine-day period. Journeys between Newcastle and Edinburgh will be affected during this time, with some services diverted via the West Coast Main Line or by coach replacement, resulting in longer travel times.

    LNER services to and from Harrogate, Bradford, Lincoln, Middlesbrough, Thornaby, Hull, Selby, Brough and Sunderland will also be affected. Customers in these areas should use local services to connect with LNER services on the East Coast Main Line.

    Following the completion of the work, some services will be amended on Monday 10 October.

    Please also be aware that trade union members are planning industrial action on Saturday 1 and Wednesday 5 October 2022. We are reviewing the impact of this proposed action but expect an extremely limited timetable to be in place.

    During this period, we are advising customers to check before they travel and ensure they have a  seat reservation  as we are expecting trains to be extremely busy.

    These essential works are being carried out by Network Rail to create a more reliable and modern railway. More information is available here. 

    Thank you in advance for your patience, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Kind regards,

    The LNER Team


    All completely irrelevant 30 minutes after they sent it
  • It’s getting so a pain trying to plan away days. Another might end up driving 
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