Armed Forces and Emergency Services personnel are welcomed to join us at Molineux for Wolves’ Remembrance Day fixture with Fulham at a discounted rate.
Staff can receive entry for just £10 into the Steve Bull Stand, as Wolves go searching for a fourth consecutive home league win.
We have brought in a number of new match-by-match ticketing initiatives to encourage more supporters to Molineux this season, and this is one which we were particularly keen to implement," said Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple.
“Fulham is our annual remembrance fixture, when we all join together to commemorate and pay tribute to the sacrifices made by our Armed Forces.
“And so, we were keen to welcome as many members of the armed forces and emergency services as possible, offering a ticket for just £10 in the Steve Bull Stand.
“This is a reduction on the £25 that an adult ticket would normally cost, and is just a small gesture of appreciation from Wolves for the courageous and invaluable work which people from these professions carry out throughout this year, and every year, often putting themselves in danger.
“Hopefully there will be a good response and we will be able to welcome a large number of military and emergency personnel to enjoy Friday’s game.”
Also, the fixture is a #RaisedByWolves game, meaning a family of four can buy a ticket for just £40 (two adults and two Under-17s) for the Steve Bull Lower tier.
This offer is not available online, and a valid form of id must be shown when collecting or purchasing tickets.
There is also a 25% overall discount available where fans purchase four tickets or more for Friday's game.
Finally, tickets have now gone on general sale for next month’s meeting with Leeds United and are available at wolvestickets.co.uk.
*Pictured promoting the special Fulham ticket offer at last week's Open Training Session are, from left, Sgt Andy Bradley, Paramedic Laura Smith, Wolves captain Danny Batth and Fire Officer Steve Stephen Degg.