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Season Tickets Offer Great Value

9 May 2019

With the Sky Bet League One season over the planning is well underway for the start of the 2019/20 season.

Town fans can also plan for next season with great savings still to be had on season tickets to help Paint The Town Blue and Amber.

It promised to be an exciting season in the Sky Bet League One with Rotherham United, Bolton Wanderers, Ipswich Town, Lincoln Town, Bury and MK Dons all being confirmed for the league.

The 2019/20 Sky Bet League One season ticket offers great savings compared to matchday prices and guarantees your seat for all games at the Montgomery Waters Meadow.

A Cat B adult season ticket gives you five free games compared to a full price one, and each game works out at just over £17.

U12s are free for every game and last season saw significant reductions in the prices for Under-23’s.

The current discount offer runs up to June 23rd, which allows supporters to see the fixtures for the Sky Bet League One season, which are announced on June 20th, and decided if a season ticket fits for them,

Shrewsbury Town CEO Brian Caldwell has been pleased with the sales so far and hopes the current discount will see more Town fans commit for next season.

“The sales so far are about on par with last seasons sales at the same point and that is a superb effort from the supporters.

“Average attendances were up last season so hopefully some will look at the season ticket as a way for them to save money.

“Sam and his management team are working hard on recruitment and planning for next season and everyone at the club will be working together to give as much support as possible to make improvements and get the best team possible on the pitch next season”

“Sky Bet League One was such an open league last season and that was shown with the promotion and relegation places not confirmed until the last week of the season.

“Sam has built the foundations of a good squad and with the right additions I feel we will have a side that the Shrewsbury Town supporters can really get behind next season.”

 


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