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West Brom and Swansea part of move

icon ticketprices17 October ~ Newcastle United have agreed a new "reciprocal pricing" deal with Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion to help make matches more affordable for away fans. The agreement means that fans of West Brom will be offered tickets at £15 (and £5 concessions) for their trip to St James' Park in November, while Newcastle fans will get tickets at the same price for their visit to The Hawthorns on New Year's Day. The same deal will be in place between Newcastle and Swansea, but with tickets priced at £20. More details of the agreement are on the Football Supporters' Federation website.

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