- Published: Monday, 29 April 2019 16:20
MIGHTY MO ANNOUNCE ‘EARLY BIRD’ ANNIVERSARY SEASON TICKET DEAL!
The Club have also gone all hi-tech by making the purchase of tickets available on-line via their website for those unable to make it along to the Club office Mon-Fri from 9am to 4pm.
Season tickets for 2019/20 will be available for conventional ground entry as well as entry to the Willie Johnston Lounge, where members can enjoy a range of perks including pre and post match bar facilities, complimentary programme, teamlines and half time refreshments.
A new Under 18 ground entry ticket has also been introduced to further encourage younger fans to regularly follow the Mighty Mo with Adult tickets allowing entry of up to two accompanying U12s for just £2 each.
Early Bird Ground Prices: Adult £215, Concessions £110, U18 £70, U12 £20
Early Bird Willie Johnston Lounge Prices: Adult £330, Concessions £225, U18 £130, U12 £65
(Concessions are OAP’s, Full Time Students and Disabled)
The above offer prices will be available until 31st May, after which the following normal prices will apply;
Standard Ground Prices: Adult £240, Concessions £130, U18 £85, U12 £20
Standard Willie Johnston Lounge Prices: Adult £365, Concessions £245, U18 £150, U12 £75
Chairman John Crawford said, “I would like to sincerely thank all those who have turned out to support us this season. We have had almost 14,000 fans through the turnstiles at Links Park and I hope our great season ticket offer for our 140th Anniversary year will increase our crowds further and encourage even more of our supporters to come along.
“Winning the league last year was an outstanding achievement by Stewart, his coaching staff and all the players and this year has been equally remarkable as we now incredibly find ourselves preparing for our first ever Championship playoff.
“I really hope this continued success and positivity around the town will encourage more people to take advantage of our generous offers and join SP’s Barmy Army.
“Whichever league we find ourselves in next year, season ticket sales are very important to us at this time, providing a cash injection as we look to strengthen the squad over the summer.”
Our photo shows Manager Stewart Petrie with his ticket for next season.