GFC TICKETING POLICY
Gillingham FC's ticketing policy is as follows:
Tickets cannot be re-sold and are non-transferable.
Tickets cannot be used as a prize in a lottery or in a newspaper or other competition without the consent of the organiser.
No person may bring into the ground, or use within the ground, any equipment which is capable of recording or transmitting (by digital or other means) audio, visual, or audio-visual material or any information or data in realtion to the match, or the ground.
All ticket and season ticket sales are final. Refunds of matchday tickets will only be allowed in the event of a game having to be re-arranged and provided the ticket is returned to the Ticket Office 24 hours prior to the revised kick-off.
Ticket prices will increase by £2 for all home fixtures during the 2016/17 EFL season.
Gillingham FC accept no responsibility to replace lost, damaged or stolen tickets.
Spectators found in the wrong area amid opposing fans may be ejected by the police.
The use of a ticket to enter the ground constitutes acceptance of the Ground Regulations and Gillingham FC reserves the right to eject from the stadium, any person who fails to comply with such rules and regulations.
Holders of Concessionary tickets may be required to produce evidence of entitlement.
MEMS Priestfield Stadium is a no smoking stadium.