Tickets are available to season ticket holders now at the same price as the previous ties against East Fife and Falkirk at the Stadium – £13 for adults, £8 for concessions and £3 for children.
Public sale for these tickets starts on Friday at £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for kids. Family tickets are also available for this match (2 adults and 2 kids seated in the Family Section) priced £35.
Rangers fans have shown their unwavering support for the club in 2012/13 and season ticket numbers have hit almost 36,000 so far. Chief Executive Charles Green has once again thanked the fans for their loyalty and support.
He said: “The huge crowds we have attracted at Ibrox this season in the SFL and cup competitions have been the envy of football clubs UK wide and this game will be no exception as our fans yet again demonstrate their unwavering support for Rangers.
“There was speculation we would sell match programmes at £14 and charge fans just 50p for entry to the Motherwell game but we won’t do that as it is not the Rangers way.
"I would like to make it a fantastic evening so that Motherwell fans, or indeed fans from other SPL clubs that have the privilege of visiting Ibrox this season, remember what they are missing.
“Clubs have been benefiting from Rangers in league games and cup competitions for 140 years and this year will be no different.
"Our fans have turned out at Ibrox in huge numbers in all our games this season and few clubs in the world could count on that support.
“I know there will be huge interest in this game as we are playing the current SPL leaders and our fans will be out in force once again at Ibrox to support Ally and the team.”
To buy tickets fans can click here, call 0871 702 1972 or go to the Rangers Ticket Centre.
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