Tickets for this weekend's trip to Tottenham Hotspur remain on sale to Southampton supporters.
Mauricio Pochettino's men travel to White Hart Lane this Sunday with a 1.30pm kick-off time, and our allocation of tickets is still on general sale.
Tickets will remain on sale at the St Mary's Ticket Office and via our online ticketing site until 4pm on Saturday. All pre-ordered tickets must be collected from the stadium by this time.
Don't forget that rail works are continuing this weekend at Southampton Central, so if you're planning to travel by train, please the check details here.
Tickets are priced as follows:
£41.00 for Adults
£24.00 for Over-65s
£22.00 for Under-16s
£37.00 for Adults
£21.00 for Over-65s
£19.00 for Under-16s
We have received an allocation of Wheelchair tickets and an allocation of Ambulant tickets priced as above with the Enabler admitted free of charge.
Please also note that for any concessionary ticket purchased, proof of age will be required on entry into the stadium.
There will be a total of 15 Loyalty Points awarded to supporters purchasing tickets for this fixture, which may be used to gain ticket priority on future ticket sales. The customer number of each attending supporter must be given at the point of sale in order for Loyalty Points to be awarded. Points cannot be awarded to individual customer numbers retrospectively.
Meanwhile, Saints are next in action at St Mary's on Saturday 29th March as ninth-placed Newcastle come to town – we've just opened up Block 43 of the Northam Stand as we try to pack in as many home fans as possible.
This is a Category B game with 15 loyalty points available, and tickets are now on general sale priced from £34 for adults, £23 for concessions, £16 for under-17s and £12 for under-11s. Full ticket price breakdowns can be found here.
Tickets are sold subject to the Ticket Terms and Conditions and can be purchased via our online ticketing site or in person by visiting the St Mary's Ticket Office. Home tickets can also be ordered by calling the ticket sales hotline on 02381 780 780.