Cash-strapped Donegal GAA fans got some good news today – ticket prices for Ulster Championship matches have been frozen for the fifth year in a row.

Tickets for Donegal’s eagerly awaited Ulster SFC clash with Derry at Celtic Park on Sunday, May 25th are now available on-line - but only for the terraces.

The cost for adults is £13 sterling with juveniles costing £5 sterling.

Tickets can be ordered online through nd the prices shown include a booking fee.

The Ulster Senior Football Championship will throw in on Sunday 18th May with the eagerly anticipated clash of Tyrone and Down in Healy Park, Omagh. This game will be followed by Derry v Donegal (Sunday 25th May), Fermanagh v Antrim (Sunday 1st June) and Armagh v Cavan (Sunday 8th June).

The Ulster Council has confirmed the following ticket prices. Terrace prices. Adult €15/£13 Student/Senior Citizen €10/£9
U16′s (all-ticket games) €5/£5 U16′s (non all-ticket games) FREE. 

Stand (Covered/Uncovered): Adult €25/£20; Senior Citizen €15/£13; Juvenile (all-ticket games) €5/£5; Juvenile (non all-ticket games) FREE.

Once again, Under 16’s will be able to access non all-ticket games free of charge when accompanied with an adult, and there are also concessionary rates for students and senior citizens. 

Interest in this year’s championship is already extremely high and it is anticipated that demand in many cases will exceed supply.
Several games are likely to be sell-outs.

Tickets for all first round Ulster Football Championship games are now available to purchase from County Board offices*, and selected SuperValu / Centra stores.

See this week's Letterkenny Post for more.

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