As has become customary, the club has announced its seemingly annual autumn/winter ticket offer ahead of a packed schedule to close out 2013.
Latics fans can step right up to see the next three home matches for the low, low price of 100 Rup- er, £33. That’s, erm… about ten quid a game, I think. I dunno, my calculator has been malfunctioning of late – I ended up paying £10.34 for a small loaf at the supermarket self-service till… and got 22p change. But enough about inflation.
The deal takes in Championship games with Brighton and Hove Albion and Derby County, but also a potentially pivotal Europa League group match with Zulte Waregem. Should they win, there is a possibility that Latics could qualify for the next stage of the competition, so it’s a match worth seeing live if you can.
Full information on this offer, which includes a 10% club shop discount, can be found here.
Additionally, tickets for the Wigan v Bolton Championship encounter on 15 December go on sale tomorrow (Thursday) morning at 9AM. While I don’t necessarily expect there to be queues, this is going to be a popular game with Latics and Trotters making plans for a ‘big pre-Christmas bash’.
The match will be Owen Coyle’s first against his former club since his contract was terminated in October 2012, so expect a barrage of witty shorts-related ditties from all corners of the DW Stadium. Well, not the actual corners, because they’re left open for emergency time-wasting.
More information on Latics v Bolton tickets can be found here.