A: If you have purchased tickets from us and still have your tickets then you can find your supporter number printed on the bottom of the match ticket under the payment reference. Alternatively, send an email to email@example.com with your full name, address and postcode.
A: Please click here to create an account which will allocate you a supporter number
A: The easiest way to purchase tickets is online here. If you have not purchased tickets from us before you will need to register a new account here. If you are wishing to attend a specific fixture then please allow for home match tickets going on sale approximately 5 weeks before the game. Click here for the latest on-sale information
A: You will need to use your smartcard with your name and seat details printed on there. Please be aware that we do spot checks on the ages of supporters entering through the turnstiles so it’s important that season ticket holders use their own smartcards to gain access to the Stadium.
A: Calls to the ticket line cost 10 pence per minute from a BT landline. Calls from other networks and mobile operators may vary.
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A: When purchasing a ticket for a home league match, Wolves Museum or on official away coach travel you will earn 10% of the cost of the ticket in Ticket Cash. After the match you have purchased for has been played (or you have visited the Museum) you will be able to use your Ticket Cash to save on home league match tickets, Museum tickets or official away coach travel. You can also put Ticket Cash towards the cost of a season ticket
A: When you ordered the tickets you will have had the option to post or collect. If you have selected the post option then they will be sent out within 48 hours of ordering. If you have selected the collect option then you will need to collect them either before the day of the game from the Ticket Office or on the day of the game from the Ticket Collection Point which is located in the Stan Cullis Stand near to the North Bank Bar.
A: If you have not received your tickets through the post 24 hours before the game then call the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 and we will re-print the tickets and cancel the originals.
A: Your print @ home tickets will be emailed to the address you provided shortly after your purchase has completed. If you have not yet received your email please first check your Junk Folder. If no email has been received send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to include your supporter number and we will investigate.
A: Unfortunately no, the technology we have in place cannot scan a ticket from a mobile phone so you must print out your ticket on A4 paper to bring with you to the game.
A: Loyalty points are added as soon as you buy a ticket. To find out how many loyalty points you have then either log on to your account online or call the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877.
A: To upgrade the season ticket you can either call us on 0871 222 1877 or alternatively go into the Ticket Office on the day of the game and the upgrade can be processed then. You will be required to pay the difference from a junior to an adult.
A: If you send an email to email@example.com with your supporter number then they will be able to send it back to you. Alternatively ring the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 and they will be able to confirm your password for you.
A: Our refund policy for home games is 48 hours before kick-off. If you have a smartcard and the ticket for the game has been uploaded onto the card then you can contact the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 and the cancellation can be done. If you have a paper ticket then you either need to post the ticket back to us ensuring you enclose a note saying you are unable to attend and include your supporter number or alternatively the cancellation can be done by coming into the Ticket Office.
A: You will need to initially put the change of ownership in writing and this can be done by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have paid for your season ticket under the Early Bird or as an existing season ticket holder then there will be a price difference to pay as the new person will be classed as a new season ticket holder.
A: If you have a crime number then contact the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 and they can arrange for it to be reprinted. If you do not have a crime number then there will be a charge of £10 for the smartcard to be reprinted.
A: Half season tickets usually go on sale during October and include all of the final matches of the season (12 in the Championship and 10 in the Premier League).
A: You will need to ensure that you have logged in using your supporter number and password. Once you have done that select the number of seats you require and stand and when the system has selected the seats you will then have the option to change from an adult to a junior ticket.
A: Ticket information for home and away games is displayed on the website approximately 5 weeks before the fixture.
A: To be able to qualify for a disabled ticket you need to fall in to the criteria of disability i.e. you need to provide us with a copy of your DLA Letter. If you need a helper to assist you to a match you need a doctors note stating that you need help for the 90 minutes of the fixture. This can be done over the phone or in person but we cannot post out till we have seen proof if you are under 17 and are disabled you do not need to send or see a doctors note they get a free helper but we still need to see a DLA Letter. All supporting evidence will be required on a seasonal basis.