Accrington Stanley Season Tickets on general sale
Tue 20th Apr 2010 | Money & Finance
Accrington Stanley Football Club has today launched the general sale of next season’s season tickets, starting with a 20% early bird discount on all tickets purchased before 4th May 2010.
The club, which is aiming to attract more families for the 2010/11 season, has kept prices at a minimum plus is providing season ticket holders with a FREE U12s season ticket as well as money off vouchers for the club store and ground facilities. With the free U12s season ticket offer, family season passes work out from as little as £17 per family per game if purchased in the early bird discount period. The club also plans to incorporate more family orientated match day themes and events following the success of the family days this season.
With the expected demand on season tickets, Accrington Stanley has installed ticket and retail system See Threesixty to help manage the sales. Commenting on this year’s season ticket campaign, Commercial Manager Dan Warburton said: “We’ve had an incredible season both on and off the pitch this year and I know the club has full intentions to continue progressing throughout next season”
“We have kept our prices as low as possible to encourage families throughout Accrington and Hyndburn to come and enjoy what this great club has to offer.” On the pitch the club has acquired more points in the league than ever before, as well as the magnificent cup runs in the Carling cup, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy and the FA Cup.
For more information about Accrington Stanley and the current season ticket campaign including application details, please visit www.accringtonstanley.co.uk or call 0871 434 1968 or email email@example.com
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