Date:Wednesday July 4 2007
Following the close of the 'Last Minute` Season Ticket deadline last Friday, Swindon Town have today broken the 3,000 barrier over a month before the League One kick-off.
The total figure for the 2006-07 season, including Half-Season and Last Six Tickets was 2,801, so that figure has already been surpassed well before the start of the new campaign.
If you are yet to purchase your Season Ticket then there are still savings to be made on regular prices.
Sales and Marketing Manager, Ben Lambert, commented:
'We are absolutely delighted with how things have gone. Season Ticket Sales are now 600 up on this time last year and to have reached the 3,000 mark a month before the new League One campaign gets under way is a tremendous achievement.'
'The support from our fans was fantastic once again last season and that has been reflected in the magnificent Season Ticket sales figures so far. Promotion has given everyone a big lift and all eyes are now on next season and given the calibre of player that Paul Sturrock is looking at bringing to the club, then we can look ahead with some excitement,' he said.
'The signings of Craig Easton and Hasney Aljofree have bolstered the squad and we await his next foray into the market with interest.'
Purchasing a season ticket will be even more rewarding for the 2007/08 season.
• Fans can pay for Season Tickets by instalments
• 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
• All Under 7's can accompany their parents absolutely FREE
• A Junior season ticket will cost £87, which equates to less than £4 per game!
• We have extended the time that a Family Season Ticket is available
• 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.
FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE CALL THE STFC BOX OFFICE ON 0870 443 1894
For More information on Swindon Town Season tickets please visit the clubs official website at http://www.swindontownfc.co.uk
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Date:Wednesday July 4 2007
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