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Flexible Payments With V12 Season Ticket Finance

Thu 13th Nov 2014 | Money & Finance

V12 Season Ticket Finance, part of Secure Trust Bank, is helping football clubs make season ticket sales more accessible.

The bank-backed service, which has already achieved success at notable Premier League and Championship sides, aims to make season ticket purchasing more feasible for football fans, by enabling them to spread the cost of the ticket over the course of a season.

The simple and straightforward system from V12 allows a club’s supporter to pay for their season ticket in monthly instalments. The secure web-based system means fans can apply online 24/7 and get a decision in minutes, without the need for lengthy form filling. 

Providing co-branding options, the V12 system fits seamlessly into existing purchasing processes and can be integrated with all the leading ticketing companies, helping to provide an instant upgrade, as well as forming part of long-term ticketing plans.

Elliott Barlow from V12, said: “A football club’s relationship with its fans is in many ways one of its most important strengths, with each having a fan-base that is unique to them.

“Clubs that make buying a season ticket simple and enable fans to spread the cost over the course of a season are further bolstering this relationship, making supporting the club more accessible.

“Ticketing is one of the key interactions football clubs have with their supporters, by improving this service clubs are helping to foster loyalty and increase the chance of renewal.

“Supporters need to feel that the ticket purchasing process is secure, reliable and convenient. Introducing the V12 system into your existing ticketing process is one of the easiest ways to achieve this.

“However, in providing a service like this it is important too that the system works for your club. As a bank-backed brand, V12 is able to offer an additional level of security, as well as a knowledgeable team who can signpost and offer guidance with legal and financial regulations. 

“Plus, in recognising that every club has a unique personality and a different vision for its long-term strategy, we can tailor our system to suit your club’s objectives, creating a bespoke solution.”

For more information on V12 Season Ticket Finance, please visit www.v12seasonticketfinance.com.

Posted by: Aaron Gourley 

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