First Division Finn Harps travel to Co. Louth tomorrow evening (Friday) for their Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup second round clash against Premier Division Dundalk.

And the good news is that Dundalk have slashed ticket prices.

Conscious of the demands on fans - due to the club's success - they have taken the decision to have reduced admission prices for the early rounds in the FAI Cup.

And that means that instead of paying €20 for a stand ticket, general admission for the Harps game is just €10.

And students, pensioners and children can get concessionary tickets for just a fiver.

A club statement said: "Ticket prices remain at a reduced price of €10 for an adult and €5 for a concession/juvenile to all areas for everyone wishing to attend and are available online now."

There are no additional fees or charges for purchasing match tickets through the online system.

Supporters can also purchase tickets during office opening hours from Oriel Park.

TICKETS ON SALE HERE – https://bit.ly/2M1iD7v

The game has a 7.45 pm kick-off.

By contrast, it will cost €15 for a terrace ticket and €20 for a stand ticket at Oriel Park for their next league game, which is against Shamrock Rovers.

Meanwhile, all those who purchase a ticket online will be entered into a draw to win a signed Dundalk FC framed picture.

Cash will also be taken on the night.

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