Season Card deadline extended due to popular demand- Season Card offer extended to 9pm 1 August
- Only three days until prices rise
- TV Commercial promoting Season Cards on HTTV
The deadline for 2016/17 Season Cards has been pushed back to 9pm on 1 August (Monday) due to popular demand.
With the price increase just days away, sales for the 2016/17 Season Cards have been high over the past week and due to popular demand you will now have until 9pm on Monday to buy them.
Adults can pick up a Season Card for £179, which works out at just under £8 a match, while Under-18s and Under-8s Cards cost £69 and £23 respectively.
The prices are set to rise to £400 for adults, £200 for Under-18s and £100 for Under-8s so make sure you don’t miss out!
Remember the Ticket Office hours have already been extended this weekend. You can now visit the Ticket Office or ring on 01484 484 123 between 9am and 5pm on Saturday and between 10am and 4pm on Sunday.
If you are trying to purchase a Season Card and your mobile device does not support flash player then please contact the Ticket Office on 01484 484 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be able to help you.
HTTV released a special Season Card commercial last night which will be broadcast on Television within West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and Eastern Lancashire. Watch the advert here:
If you do visit the John Smith’s Stadium this weekend, make sure you pay a call to the Stadium Superstore where you can check out Town’s new third kit which is released at 9am Saturday morning!
To buy a 2016/17 Season Card now click HERE.
Sean Jarvis, Commercial Director said:
“The sales for Season Cards have been excellent so far as we’ve been counting down the days to the rise in their prices.
“We have extended the deadline to purchase Season Cards to make sure Town fans don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity.
“I urge you all to tell your friends, family and work colleagues about the offer and tell them to back the #WagnerRevolution.”
The 2016/17 Season Card campaign is supported by KC Communications.
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