Galaxy and Chiefs tickets will be sold directly to supporters

In order to boost ticket sales for the TS Galaxy versus Kaizer Chiefs’ game taking place at the Mbombela Stadium on Sunday, February 5, TS Galaxy will visit Schoemansdal tomorrow, to sell game tickets directly to the public.

The first venue will be at the garage opposite the Schoemansdal Mall, where tickets and entertainment will take place from 12:00pm noon to 15:00pm.

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Thereafter, the ticket activation will go to the filling station opposite Tonga Mall, also tomorrow. There will be other ticket sales that will take place around Msholozi, Dayizenza and other outlying areas. On Saturday, it will be at Pienaar at the Emoyeni Mall and later at the Kanyamazane Plaza and other outlying areas. More information will be available from Ligwalagwala FM’s sports programme to update soccer fans about the activations taking place.

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According to Mthuthuzeli Qamba from Mbombela Stadium, “2500 tickets are to be sold at Schoemansdal on Friday to bring them closer to the supporters of far-off places like Nkomazi. We experience a lot of problems at some supermarkets who don’t have any trained personnel to sell tickets. It’s for that reason that TS Galaxy is embarking on this outreach by taking tickets to the people to boost ticket sales,” he stated.

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