TNM’s Senior Manager (Public Relations) Akossa Hiwa said the introduction of e-ticketing through Mpamba aims at increasing access to games by fans and boost the quality of revenue for clubs and stadiums, which should go a long way to develop football in Malawi.
She said the discount offer remains intact and will also apply for fans that bought their tickets prior to the derby’s postponement following the death of Wanderers FC Chairman George Chamangwana.
“All e-tickets, including those bought before the postponement will be valid and enjoy the same level of discount of 25%,” she said.
Hiwa reaffirmed that Mpamba has slashed the tickets with 25 percent in all stands with open stands selling at K1, 500 on Mpamba instead of the regular K2, 000 match day purchases at the gate.
“So we look forward to an exciting derby on Sunday as we expect as many fans from both Wanderers and Bullets to pack the stadium,” she said.
Hiwa said TNM also expects fans from both sides to exercise high level of discipline, which will be in keeping with the solidarity seen at the weekend when both camps held hands together to mourn Wanderers chairman George Chamangwana who passed away on July 27 and was laid to rest on July 31.