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Secure a seat for Celtic v Kilmarnock - tickets on sale now

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WITH just two home league games to go, time is running out to secure a seat to see the Bhoys in action at Celtic Park before the season comes to a close, with Kilmarnock the visitors to Paradise in two weeks’ time.

Tickets are on sale now and already selling fast for the 12:30pm kick-off on Saturday, April 27.

When the sides last met at Celtic Park, goals from Odsonne Edouard, Mikael Lustig, Ryan Christie and a double from James Forrest secured an impressive 5-1 victory for the Hoops, and Neil Lennon's side will be keen to maintain their winning ways when Killie come calling later this month.

Make sure you don’t miss a minute of the magic as the Bhoys set out to close the campaign in style and secure a seat now, with tickets priced from £28 for adults, from £18 for concessions and from £10 for under 13s.

With eight league games at Celtic Park having sold-out so far this season, don’t leave it too late to secure your tickets which are available to buy in a number of easy ways:

Visiting to buy online.

Call our dedicated sales line on 0871 226 1888*. Lines open 8am – 8pm, Monday to Friday and from 8am – 6pm at the weekend.

Visit the Ticket Office at Celtic Park, open from 9.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday.

Cheer on the Champions as the season really heats up!  Buy your tickets now.

*Calls cost 13p per minute, plus your phone company access charge.  Booking fees apply online and via the booking line.

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