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AFC Bournemouth have announced the following ticket updates for the first game of the season at Charlton, the home League Cup tie with Dagenham and season ticket collections.

The Cherries travel to The Valley for the start of the new 2011/12 on Saturday 6th August.

Kick Off is at 3pm and the tickets go on sale from the AFC Bournemouth ticket office on Monday 11th July.

Prices are £25 for Adults, with Concessions (under 21 & over 60) £18. Under 18s £10, Under 11s £5, Ambulant disabled £18.

Wheelchair users please call Phillip Tyrrell.

On Tuesday 9th August AFC Bournemouth host Dagenham & Redbridge in the Carling Cup First Round.

Kick Off is at 7.45 pm and the tickets also go on sale from the AFC Bournemouth ticket office on Monday 11th July.

Prices are £10 for Adults, £5 for Concessions, Executive Adults £15 / £8 for concessions.

All parts of the ground are open.

Season Tickets will also be available for collection from the ground on Monday 11th July.

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Writer:DJ
Date:Saturday July 9 2011
Time: 11:49AM

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