WANDERERS have announced reduced ticket prices will apply for January’s FA Cup Third Round clash with Huddersfield Town.

Chairman Ken Anderson confirmed yesterday admission for the game will be £15 for adults and £5 for concessions in all areas of the ground.

“It was extremely pleasing to see us draw Premier League opposition in the form of Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup and the fact that it is a home game is a huge boost for us as we look to cause something of an upset,” he said.

“I hope as many of you as possible will take advantage of this promotion and come along, get behind the team and help get us into the fourth round of this prestigious competition.”

Wanderers have also announced the Macron will no longer be the hub for next summer’s Ironman triathlon, which takes place on the same weekend as two major concerts, and will now be at Queen’s Park.

Anderson has been delighted at commercial progress made in recent weeks, which also includes a seven-figure contract between the Whites Hotel and a Chinese-based language training school.

“I have to say that the last few weeks have been some of the best and most enjoyable times for me at the club so far, as l have seen that all the hard work and efforts our staff have put in over the last 20 months starting to reap rewards and in turn, it is putting the club and Bolton Whites Hotel in a position to get back to where it once was,” he said.

“Bringing Little Mix and The Killers concerts to Macron Stadium next summer is a major coup and just goes to show how far the club has come.”