Date:Thursday October 13 2005
For Saturday's game against Palace the club have reduced tickets to just £15 for adults and £6 concessions.
The club are hopeful that the benchmark set for the QPR game, 23000, will be smashed following the decision.
Ticket office manager, Dan Walker is very hopeful:
'Our highest attendance so far at the Ricoh is the 23000 we got for the QPR game, but due to safety restrictions we weren't able to go above this number and I'm confident for that game we could have sold many more.
As it stands at the moment for Saturday's game business has been brisk and if we continue at this rate then we are all hopeful that we can break the 23000 barrier and set a new record high at our new home.'
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