Hull tickets on sale
8:02am 4th November 2014
Tickets are still on sale for the Clarets Barclays Premier League fixture against Hull City at Turf Moor on Saturday 8th November (3pm kick-off).
Anybody who purchases tickets for this match will now be entitled to purchase tickets for the Liverpool match in the priority period, securing their seat for the Boxing Day fixture.
Ticket details for the fixture against Liverpool (Category A) on 26th December will be released in due course.
Burnley vs Hull City
Barclays Premier League
Saturday 8th November (3pm kick-off)
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