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Season tickets on sale now

4 March 2014

Supporters were quick to snap up their tickets when they went on sale yesterday morning.

Shrewsbury Town season tickets for next season are now on sale from the Greenhous Meadow with significant savings available under the 'Early Bird' offer after prices were frozen.
 
A number of supporters were quick to snap up their tickets for the 2014-15 season when they went on sale yesterday morning.
 
"Tickets sold well on yesterday's first day," said Richard Hill, commercial development manager at Shrewsbury Town. 
 
"To reward our loyal supporters season ticket prices have been frozen for next season which means Shrewsbury Town fans will be getting fantastic value again.
 
"To make the paying of season tickets more manageable the club have teamed up with Zebra Finance once again to provide fans with the facility to break up the payments over a 10 month period.
 
"This can be done on the application form you should shortly receive or online at www.seasonticketfinance.com"
 
Richard added the club recognised that it remained a tough financial climate and that the loyal support the club receive was very much appreciated.
 
"We felt it only fair to leave season ticket prices for next season as they are," he said. "We understand times are tough financially and it is the club's wish to keep season ticket prices as affordable as possible." 
 
The cheapest adult price for a season ticket will be £285 which equates to £31.18 per month should you decide to take the pay over 10 months credit option.  
 
A combined adult and junior season ticket will cost £305 (£33.36 per month) and the cheapest prices for over-65s and also disabled admission is £195 (£21.33 per month).
 
The cut off for tickets under the first 'Early Bird' offer will be April 3.
 
There will also be an adjustment to prices between then and May 3 so supporters who buy their season tickets within the first month on sale will get the best prices to watch football at the Greenhous Meadow next season.


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