Early Bird season tickets to go on sale on Tuesday

Early Bird season tickets to go on sale on Tuesday

Early bird season tickets are set to go on sale for the 2020-21 campaign as early as Tuesday. For the second year running, we are offering a price freeze on the previous season’s prices, regardless of which league we are playing in next term.

We understand the concerns of many supporters and the wider public regarding the coronavirus outbreak and from a football perspective, the associated uncertainty of when the current season will complete. Whatever the outcome, the club needs to plan its financial future and football will undoubtedly prevail once this crisis is over.

We would encourage fans to support us at this time because any season ticket sales will have a materially positive effect on cash flow at the club in the short-term during this difficult period.

If you already have an online account with us, look out for a personal invitation which will arrive in your email inbox tomorrow morning ahead of the season tickets being available at 10am. They will be available to buy online 24 hours a day and in person until 5pm.

Those looking to take advantage of the early bird deal must sign up before Friday, May 1.

Below are our early bird prices for those making a one-off payment.

Entry only – Adults £170, Concessions/Students £135, Under-16s £35
Balcony (limited to 100 people) – Adults £210, Concessions/Students £165, Under-16s £65
Seat in stand (limited to 115 people) – Adults £230, Concessions/Students £185, Under-16s £100

If you are an existing season ticket holder with a seat, your seat will be reserved for you until Friday, April 17 before being offered on general sale if not renewed. Similarly, only a select number of balcony places will be made available on general sale until April 17 to ensure all current balcony season ticket holders have the chance to secure their place.

Should promotion to National League North be achieved this season, the pricing structure will be reviewed and we can confirm that beyond May 1, adult prices would increase to £199 for entry only, £239 for the balcony and £259 for a seat in the stand.

The club is proposing to offer a Direct Debit scheme for those who would prefer to pay for their season tickets in installments. Further details will be released imminently and if this scheme does not come to fruition, there will instead be a repeat of the standing order scheme which was implemented this season. This situation will be clarified well in advance of May 1.

Thank you for your continued support,
Geoff Thompson