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Are you a King’s Lynn Town FC supporter? Bag yourself free travel tickets to Norfolk Senior Cup final

PUBLISHED: 15:39 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:50 22 March 2017

King's Lynn Town FC. Picture by Simon Moore/Focus Images Ltd

King's Lynn Town FC. Picture by Simon Moore/Focus Images Ltd

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Free coach travel to the Norfolk Senior Cup final are up for grabs for King’s Lynn Town FC supporters.

The club’s official ticketing partner, Kaizen, are giving away free travel on an official supporters coach to 20 fans.

Kaizen have been Kings Lynn Town’s online ticketing partner since October.

Managing director of Kaizen, David Lynam, said: “It has been great working with the club and we wanted to do something for the fans as a thank you.

“This is just a small gesture from us that we hope will make the final a little bit more special for twenty fans.”

Kings Lynn Chairman, Stephen Cleeve, said: “It’s really nice of Kaizen to offer this to our fans.

“This has helped us as we work to be more competitive off the pitch.”

The first 20 people to buy tickets for the home game with Dunstable will automatically receive free travel to the final. Tickets can be purchased at kingslynntownfc.ktckts.com

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