Chesterfield FC’s new on-line ticketing site is now live with the home games against Burton Albion (Saturday, October 19) and York City (Tuesday, October 22) available to purchase on-line.
Supporters can also purchase away match tickets (when available), membership cards and season tickets on-line through the new site, which can be accessed via the ticketing pages within the club website or directly via tickets.chesterfield-fc.co.uk
The user-friendly site allows supporters full browse capability in order to view availability prior to login, and the site provides seat selection from a graphical seating plan for home games and season tickets.
Membership card holders can load their home match ticket purchase to their card for stadium entry with their card. Non-members can choose to print their ticket with the print@home ticket facility and either collect the ticket(s) from the stadium, or have the ticket(s) posted to them (up to four days in advance of the game).
Supporters who are registered to the club’s ticketing database can now login to tickets.chesterfield-fc.co.uk using either their email address as registered with the club ticket office or the customer number which is printed on season cards, membership cards and individual match tickets.
Supporter passwords have been set as the supporters postcode registered with the ticket office. The postcode should be keyed in lower case and with no spaces and once logged in successfully it is requested that the passwords are changed immediately within the account page for future use of the site. Any enquiries or queries regarding logging into the site can be discussed with the club ticket office staff at the number listed on the site.
New customers who are not currently registered to the club’s database but would like to utilise the club ticket website can also create an account on-line. This can then be used for all ticketing purposes going forward with the club on-line and via the club ticket office.
Once logged in, supporters can view their account page on-line, including a history of all purchases and the ability to edit and update personal details.
Supporters should take note that the club’s on-line retail store and the new ticketing site operate with separate logins as opposed to the single login facility in place during last season.