Swansea City freeze season ticket prices for 2010/11
Wed 31st Mar 2010 | Marketing & PR
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has today cut season ticket prices for next season for new applications.
While the club still aims to honour its pledge to current season ticket holders of a free ticket if the dream of Premier League football is achieved, prices for next term have been cut by around £25 for new applications - which will only run until the end of April.
The club remain committed to attracting families and young children to the stadium by continuing our 'Fans of the Future' initiative. The deal will only run throughout April and, if fans sign up for 2010/11, they will be entitled to 10% discount at the Club Superstore and Web Shop, plus exclusive hospitality specials.
Current season ticket holders will be entitled to a free ticket if they win promotion.. Further details for existing season ticket holders will follow in due course.
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