Over 1,500 members of the Jack Army will be cheering on the Swans in Saturday’s FA Cup tie at Notts County (3pm).
Carlos Carvalhal’s side head to Meadow Lane hoping to book their spot in the fifth round of the tournament at the expense of the League Two hosts.
After the club laid on free official travel for fans as a thank you for your tremendous support, 13 coaches will head to Nottingham to witness the tie.
Fans can still purchase tickets on the day, which are priced:
Adults - £22
Seniors (Over-60s) & Young Adults (18-21) - £16
Under-18s - £9
Under-16s - £7
Under-12s - £1 (accompanied with a full paying adult/concession)
Under-7s - Free (accompanied with a full paying adult/concession)
NOTE: Coaches will depart from the Liberty Stadium at 8am prompt and requests to delay departure will not be accommodated under any circumstances. With this in mind, supporters should allocate plenty of time and we recommend boarding the bus no later than 7.45am.
Supporters who opted for the free coach option were assigned a coach at the time of booking via a corresponding number. Coach tickets have been dispatched by Royal Mail and match tickets hereafter will be available for collection when boarding their designated coach.
Supporters are welcome to leave their vehicles at the Liberty Stadium for the duration of the trip free of charge, although they must be collected the same day with users of this car park doing so at their own risk. Alternatively, pick-up and drop-offs can also be facilitated at the stadium on the day.
There is strictly no alcohol permitted on the coaches and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Supporters are also advised that stewards may conduct bag searches for alcohol or banned substances before boarding the coaches.
In the event of lost or forgotten coach tickets, supporters should present themselves to main reception with photographic ID (passport or driver’s licence) where they will be advised of their coach number.