Crystal Palace ticket allocation set at 2,000 for clash with Brighton

Crystal Palace’s ticket allocation has been cut to 2,000 for this month’s clash against arch-rivals Brighton.
The two clubs have agreed to reduced away numbers as they get ready to meet for the first time since the Championship play-off semi-final in 2013.
Palace are showing the November 28 match at Selhurst Park as a beamback, which will be open to all season ticket holders and members.
Beamback tickets cost £5 – or £10 on the day – with a free drink.
Wilfried Zaha scored twice on the Eagles last visit to the Amex Stadium in May 2013 as they won 2-0 to clinch their place in the Championship play-off final against Watford.

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