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Ticket Details for Seattle Sounders vs Manchester United Announced

man united tour1 Ticket Details for Seattle Sounders vs Manchester United Announced

Tickets for Manchester United’s July 20 game against Seattle Sounders at Qwest Field are now on sale through OneUnitedUSA.com, the Manchester United Membership and Supporters Club of America.

OneUnitedUSA.com members had first access to buying the tickets, but now tickets for the United-specific section of Qwest Field are open to the public. Tickets are $79 each (limit 20). These can be purchased from Ticketmaster via this link (courtesy of OneUnitedUSA.com). The password is: ROONEY.

According to OneUnitedUSA.com, they speculate that ticket allocation details for the other cities on the tour will be announced around these dates: April 6 (Chicago and Boston), April 11 (Washington DC) and New York/New Jersey (between May 2-10). You do not need to purchase a OneUnitedUSA.com membership to receive tickets. However, members will receive the link to buy first.

For more information about Manchester United’s tour or to purchase tickets, visit oneunitedusa.com/usatour2011 or e-mail usatour2011@oneunitedusa.com.


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