Away ticket sales
Following a review of the processes for buying tickets for away matches we will be implementing some changes as we look to make it easier for supporters going forward.
For any match in which we receive the full allocation of away tickets and are advised by the host club that there will be no sale of tickets on the day of the match, these will now be available on our online ticket platform and available for postage or collection - these will not be available as e-tickets.
Please note that some away matches will be online only using the host club's ticketing platform and as such we will not be able to sell these tickets ourselves.
Tickets for our match away to Rangers on Saturday 8th October will be available to purchase online from 10am on Thursday (22nd Sep) and can be posted or available for collection at the St Mirren Ticket Office.
Our sensational ticket offer for youth teams, clubs and groups is available for a number of matches this season with three adults and up to 20 young people aged 12 and under able to attend chosen matches in the Tony Fitzpatrick Family Stand as a group for just £50!
The next match in which this offer is available is our home match against Livingston on Saturday 1st October.
More details on how to redeem the offer are available HERE.
Help a Buddie
Our Help A Buddie initiative is up and running with ACCORD Hospice, Ukrainian families, The Disability Resource Centre and Barnardo's Paisley Threads some of the recipients of our community tickets so far this season.
The latest beneficiaries of the Help a Buddie initiative were elderly residents from Renfrewshire Housing's Darkwood Courts as we welcomed them to the SMiSA Stadium on Sunday for our 2-0 win against Celtic.
Sally Logan from Renfrewshire Council said: "Our tenants had a blast and the score made it even better!
"The seats were right at the goals, where we saw all the action and even got a photo shoot with the Paisley Panda. Overall, a perfect day."
Launched in June, Help a Buddie is our brand-new initiative where St Mirren supporters have the chance to purchase and donate a match ticket for those less fortunate.
Help a Buddie will run for the entirety of the 2022/23 season and will continue to help benefit local community groups/organisations and those less fortunate supporters.