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Brian Caldwell On Season Tickets

1 March 2019

Town CEO on the release of the season ticket prices for the 2019/20 season

Shrewsbury Town are delighted to announce that the 2019/2020 season tickets will go on sale from Monday 4th March..

Town have frozen the prices for next season and will keep in place free Under-12 and affordable Junior season tickets.

Town CEO Brian Caldwell feels the price freeze is fair and hopes to see more season ticket holders at the Montgomery Waters Meadow.

“We put a small increase in last year, which was minimal, so we have continued the pricing structure from last season”, said Brian.

“We feel they are once again good value for money and hopefully the fans feel that and will back their club once again.

“By buying early you are saving a lot of money and getting a number of games free.

“The season ticket will also guarantee your own seat for those big cup games when they roll around.

“Last year we extended the early bird period to the middle of April and that has gone down well – it makes more sense.

“We listened to feedback and went with the option that was best approach for everybody.

“Hopefully people will get the early bird, back the club and take advantage of the savings that are there.”

Town have emphasised the importance of the next generation of the Blue And Amber Army and will continue to offer the free Under-12 season ticket.

Brian has been pleased with the number of young fans coming to games and hopes to see more and more support their Town.

“The whole idea of increasing the bracket to Under-12 was to encourage more young fans,” said Town’s CEO.

“A few years ago, there was Under-8’s, Under-9’s and so on. We have tried to get a flow from Under-12’s to 13-18 – where there is still a good saving.

“Hopefully we can continue that push and bring in more young Town fans, as they are the bloodline of this club.

“The safe standing helps that a lot and we are seeing a lot more younger fans coming along.

“We also push the school ticket initiative and have the school of the day for each home league game.

“Hopefully we can get those young fans to enjoy the experience and see them come back to support the team.”


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