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Boxing Day Tickets On Sale Now

Boxing Day Tickets On Sale Now

The festive period is always an expensive time of year - and it`s followed by the spending spree at the January sales.

So, Dundee United have started selling tickets for the Boxing Day clash with Celtic at Parkhead early, giving Arabs the chance to book their seat now before the cost Christmas really hits home.

Tickets are priced at £25 for adults (£15 for concessions) or £22 (£12) for restricted view seats. You can book your tickets by calling the Ticket Office in Tannadice Street now on (01382) 833166.

Dundee United have already beaten Rangers this season, so can Craig Levein`s side do the double and beat the other side of the Old Firm at the end of December?

Stay tuned.....

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Writer:Arab Jacques
Date:Thursday November 23 2006
Time: 12:00PM

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Is anyone actually planning to go to Parkhead? If so, how are you Peh dodging abilities? Why not get some practice in, by walking into a bakery and accusing them of selling Steak & Gravy pehs with watered down gravy?!?!?!
ArabJacques
25/11/2006 18:46:00
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