Date:Monday April 23 2007
The Board of Swindon Town FC have taken the decision to freeze both season ticket and matchday ticket prices at the same level as this season, despite the very real prospect of the Club returning to League 1.
This comes on the back of a price reduction last season and means that Swindon Town will be one of a handful of Clubs across the country where prices have actually fallen over the last two years.
This season, the level of support from fans has been fantastic, with average crowds up on the 2005-2006 season. We have seen huge numbers travel to away games and we wanted to find some way to reward this amazing loyalty. We hope that this announcement will illustrate how much we value this fantastic following and will encourage even greater numbers to support the Club next year.
Purchasing a season ticket will be even more rewarding this season:
· If fans renew season tickets before 31st May, they can effectively watch 6 matches free
· Fans can pay for season tickets by instalments
· Super prizes can be won by all season ticket holders (details of which will be announced shortly)
· Fans who pay for their season ticket in cash or by cheque will receive a complimentary £10 voucher redeemable in the STFC Superstore (£5 for junior season ticket holders)
· 10% discount in the STFC Superstore (non sale items)
· Priority booking for all Cup, Away and play-off games
By purchasing a season ticket, fans can not only save themselves a great deal of money, but they can also help provide the club with financial stability for the season ahead.
We are also committed to encouraging parents and their children to come to The County Ground on a Saturday afternoon with some special incentives.
All Under 7's can accompany their parents absolutely FREE
A Junior season ticket will cost £69, which equates to just £3 per game!!
We have extended the time that a Family Season Ticket is available, with no 'Early Bird' cut off date this summer.
We are also introducing an advance purchase Family Ticket Package. A family of four can buy a discounted pack of two adult and two junior tickets prior to a matchday, and save £14 compared to matchday prices.
The Board is committed to moving forward and much is being done behind the scenes to ensure the Club`s future financial stability. We also want to tap-in further to the undoubted fan base potential in the area. We hope that all of our supporters will positively respond to this announcement and will bring along their friends to the County Ground to cheer the team on to another successful season.
An application form has been sent out to all current season ticket holders. Please feel free to download the attached PDFs and forward this email onto your colleagues and friends.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO DOWNLOAD A SEASON TICKET APPLICATION FORM PLEASE CLICK HERE
Date:Monday April 23 2007
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Power Struggle At Swindon For Ownership Of Club (Friday November 29 2013)
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