Help fellow LFC fans by returning derby tickets you no longer plan to use
Liverpool FC is calling on supporters who have tickets for the Premier League game against Everton on Saturday October 21 but are unable to attend to return their tickets to the club, to help out their fellow fans.
Last week the club’s CEO, Billy Hogan, gave an update on the status of the ongoing Anfield Road Stand expansion project. It confirmed the top tier of the new Anfield Road Stand will remain closed for the rest of the calendar year, and the capacity of Anfield will remain the same as it has for the opening games of the season.
Tickets had been sold in good faith, in the expectation that the upper tier would at least be partially open from the Everton game onwards, but that has not been possible.
In order to try to accommodate as many fans as possible whose tickets have been cancelled, LFC has cut all ticket allocations and is asking supporters to use the club’s Ticket Exchange to return the derby tickets they no longer plan to use.
This will enable the club to make those tickets available to fellow fans who have been impacted by the delay in the opening of the new Anfield Road Stand.
As a thank-you gesture to the first 4,000 fans who return their tickets for this fixture to the club by 12pm BST on Wednesday October 18, we will thank them with:
- a full refund for the ticket returned
- where applicable keep the credit for the match, despite not attending
- £10 voucher per ticket returned, which can be used against retail purchases online before the end of November. NB: the voucher and redemption information will be sent to all fans who qualify next week
Any tickets returned after the first 4,000, or after 12pm BST on October 18 and before the Ticket Exchange closes, will be refunded in full but will not be eligible for the £10 retail voucher or the match credit.
Information about how you can return your ticket to the club can be found here.
Everyone at Liverpool FC is working incredibly hard to ensure everything possible is being done to progress the project as quickly as possible.