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Season Cards: On Sale Now

30 April 2014

Renewal forms will be sent out to current Season Card holders on Tuesday 22nd April

Season Cards for the 2014-15 season are now on sale from the Blues Box Office.

Prices have been frozen for next season across the board up until 5pm on May 1st 2014.

The prices will be frozen for both existing Season Card holders and non-Season Card holders who wish to take advantage of the price freeze.

Please be aware that prices for next season will go up should we achieve promotion to League 1.

Season Card holders seats will be held until June 30th, after which there will be a swap week should anyone wish to move to a new seat/claim a seat that hasn’t been repurchased by a current Season Card holder.

Supporters who purchase their Season Cards before May 1st will have their seat personalised. Every Season Card holder will have their name printed onto their seat for the entire campaign.

You will also be entitled to two free tickets to bring friends to a game next season as well as priority on Cup tickets.

Steve Kavanagh, Chief Executive, said: “I know in recent years we have extended the early bird deadline, however I can assure supporters that will not be the case this season.

“After the May 1st deadline, Season Cards will come off sale until we know our fate next season, and when they are back on sale, the benefits above, other than the Cup priority, will not be included.”

With prices being frozen it means once again that our under-8 supporters will be able to watch each game for just £1 with their Season Card costing just £23.

An adult Season Card comes to £15.20 a game, a saving of nearly £6 per match compared to the normal matchday prices.

Students, Young Persons (17-21), Seniors and Disabled supporters will pay under £10 per game, while those aged 9 to 16 will pay just £3.20 per match.

In our ever-increasingly popular Family Stand, one adult and one child Season Card together comes to £350 – working out at £15.20 per game.

Kavanagh added: “With seven games left to go this season, we have a great chance of achieving promotion to League 1. Obviously if we are promoted, the price of Season Cards will go up.

“We are putting season cards on sale much later than we did last season, but hopefully fans will have enough time to purchase their tickets at the early bird price.”

The club has been consulting with fans on Season Cards and the benefits on offer, and one area of discussion has been Friday night games. Having listened to the fans, we think it’s also important to make you aware the most there will be next season is three – spread out across the season.

This of course excludes games moved by Sky or on Bank Holidays that are scheduled on those dates regardless.

Please note that full application forms will be sent out to current Season Card holders next week, but you're more than welcome to download the below and fill it in now.

Anyone wishing to purchase their Season Card now, can complete the form, post it back to us and we will then process this for you. Personal callers will be accepted from 10am on Monday 7th April, however this is only required for cash payments. We do appreciate some people will wish to come into the Box Office, even if they are paying by card/cheque. In these situations we will still require you to complete the application form, as we will be putting Season Card orders through in batches.

Season Cards will NOT be on sale online.






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