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Tranmere next up at stadiummk

15 January 2014

With the Preston North End fixture postponed, MK Dons’ next home game will be on Saturday 1st February against Tranmere Rovers.

And if you’re a resident of Buckingham, you can purchase tickets for this match at a discounted rate as part of the Club’s Buckingham Big Day offer. Supporters living in an MK18 postcode are able to pick up their tickets at a rate of just £10 for adults and £3 for under-18s.

Before all that, though, MK Dons will be coming to you with a host of activities taking place in the town of Buckingham in the build-up to the game.

Firstly, on Monday 20th January, the Dons will be hosting an Under-13s Roadshow at The Buckingham School. From 4pm until 6pm, under-13s will get the chance to meet four Dons players and join in with games and activities run by the MK Dons Sport and Education Trust.

Tickets for this event are available from The Buckingham School and the MK Dons Box Office.

Then, on Thursday 23rd January, Buckingham Athletic Football Club will be hosting an MK Dons Fans Forum from 7pm, giving supporters the chance to put any burning questions towards a panel which will include manager Karl Robinson, Executive Director Andrew Cullen and an MK Dons player. Buckingham Athletic will also have representatives on the panel.

Tickets for this event are free and are available to collect from the Old Gaol in Buckingham.

And if that’s still not enough, 11-18 year olds will be able to meet two Dons players at Project Street Life from 6pm on Thursday 30th January.

Tickets for this event are also free and are available from Pete Downing by calling 01908 564933. Tickets can also be collected from the MK Dons Box Office and the Project Street Life premises which is situated at Salvation Army, Moreton Road, Buckingham, MK18 1JZ.

or thecentre:mk, call 01908 622900 or email boxoffice@mkdons.com.mkstadiumFor more information or to purchase tickets for this game visit the Box Office at

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