The Phobians will return to action in a GPL Matchday 31 fixture at the Accra Sports Stadium as they continue with the defence of the title they won last season.
Hearts of Oak were given days off from action on recommendation from the Ghana Health Service, GHS after a strange ailment broke out within the team a couple of weeks ago.
They will return to the Accra Sports Stadium next week Monday to honour this fixture against Karela United and, they have announced in advance the rates for the game.
A release Hearts of Oak posted on their media channels said a ticket for a seat at the Upper VIP Stand of the stadium will cost GHc100.
Hearts of Oak remain hopeful of winning the title this season despite being nine points behind leaders Asante Kotoko with five matches to play by both sides.
They also announced that a ticket for a seat at the Lower VIP Stand of the Accra Sports Stadium for Monday's game will cost GHc50.
The Centre Line tickets will sell at GHc30 as the Phobians anticipate a big turn up by their fans at the stadium.
A flat rate of GHc20 will be charged for entry to the Popular Stand of the stadium as the Phobians look to win the three points at stake.
Fans hoping to get a ticket for the game can purchase one remotely on the short code *711# on all phone networks in Ghana and follow the directives to get a ticket.
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