Ulster Council confirm ticket prices are frozen again

Ulster Council confirm ticket prices are frozen again
Ulster GAA are delighted to announce that ticket prices for the 2014 Ulster GAA Championships have been frozen for the fifth year in a row.

Ulster GAA are delighted to announce that ticket prices for the 2014 Ulster GAA Championships have been frozen for the fifth year in a row.

The Ulster Senior Football Championship will throw in on Sunday 18th May with the eagerly anticipated clash of Tyrone and Down in Healy Park, Omagh. This game will be followed by Derry v Donegal (Sunday 25th May), Fermanagh v Antrim (Sunday 1st June) and Armagh v Cavan (Sunday 8th June).

Tickets for all first round Ulster Football Championship games are now available to purchase from County Board offices*, gaa.tickets.ie and selected SuperValu / Centra stores.

Once again, U-16’s will be able to access non all-ticket games free of charge when accompanied with an adult, and there are also concessionary rates for students and senior citizens. Anyone wishing to apply for a disabled pass should do so on a match-by-match basis through their County Secretary.

Ticket prices are:

Adult €15/£13

Student/Senior Citizen €10/£9

U16’s (all-ticket games) €5/£5

U16’s (non all-ticket games) Free

Stand (Covered/Uncovered)

Adult €25/£20

Senior Citizen €15/£13

Juvenile (all-ticket games) €5/£5

Juvenile (non all-ticket games) Free

Tickets will be on sale in Donegal from:

Centra Ardara; SuperValu Buncrana; SuperValu Dungloe; SuperValu Bundoran; SuperValu Ballybofey; SuperValu Carndonagh; SuperValu Donegal; SuperValu Killybegs; Centra Letterkenny; Centra Carrigart; Centra Falcarragh; Centra Letterkenny; Centra Ballyshannon; Sweeney Todd’s Donegal.