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Season And Match Day Ticket Prices Unveiled

Season And Match Day Ticket Prices Unveiled

Swansea City football club have announced the Match and Season Ticket prices for next season in today`s Swan programme.

There are increases in the prices in all stands as the club look to gain enough revenue into the clubs coffers to compete in the Championship. After announcing a loss of £647,133 up until may 2007, Club officials will hope the rise in season ticket sales as a by product of promotion will set the club in good stead over the course of what will be an exiting season in the second tier of British football.

The prices will be as follows:

Adults:

Category A: Season Ticket £459, Single Match Day Ticket £23
Category B: Season Ticket £399, Single Match Day Ticket £20
Category C: Season Ticket £399, Single Match Day Ticket £23.

Under 16`s

Category A: Season Tickets £199,Single Match Day Ticket £10
Category B: Season Ticket £199, Single Match Day Ticket £10
Category C: Season Ticket £50 Single Match Day Ticket £10.

Senior Citizen , Disabled and Full Time Student:

Category A: Season Ticket £299, Single Match Day Ticket £15
Category B: Season Ticket £259, Single Match Day Ticket £13.
Category C: Season Ticket £259, Single Match Day Ticket £13.

There will be no 12 book season tickets next season.

Applications for Season Tickets will be taken on Monday 12th May whilst existing season ticket holders have up until the 14th June to retain their seats for next season.

To obtain concessionary rates proof of entitlement must be show to the ticket office at time of purchase.

More details to come…

Writer:sbrjack
Date:Saturday April 26 2008
Time: 7:36PM

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