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New 10% Season Ticket Deal

New 10% Season Ticket Deal

Birmingham have announced a new 10% discount on season ticket prices for all existing holders who renew for the upcoming season.

The club have already announced two offers that guarantee a discount of up to 25% for the 2007/08 season that is regardless of the league the club will be in, and fans that are yet to renew have until August 5th to take advantage of this.

Despite this fantastic offer for 07/08 the club have listened to feedback from fans and have introduced the new 10% discount on 05/06 prices in response.

This leaves fans with three options:

1 - An immediate and one off 10% discount on 05/06 prices.

2 - A one year season ticket for 2006/07. This means you pay the 2005/06 price for the coming season and then get a further 20% off that price for 2007/08 regardless of the division the club are in.

3 - A two year season ticket for seasons 2006/07 and 2007/08. This means you pay the 2005/06 price for the coming season and then get 25% off that price for season 2007/08 regardless of the division the club are in.

Season tickets start from £324.90 (£14.13 per game) and in addition to one of the three offers above renewers will also receive a colour 192 page official yearbook (RRP £19.99), a free stadium tour and discounts on room hire at St Andrews, exclusive discounts and shopping events at the club superstore and receive offers from club partners and local venues/attractions.

For fans who have already renewed, contact the club and you will also still be able to take advantage of one of the three deals.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Date:Wednesday June 21 2006
Time: 3:58PM

Comments

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This 'article' reads as though it has been written by someone who works for Birmingham City Football Club. Where is the condemnation of the fact that season tickets were overpriced in the first place? Let's face it, the club haven't 'listened' to fans as the article claims, they have been panicked into recating because the supporters have voted by keeping their money in their pockets and the club, shocked at selling only 3,000 seaso tickets, have decided they need to do something if they want anyone watching Blues next season.
paul
22/06/2006 11:22:00
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Cannot see your complaint there paul. Those prices are fantastic. The price stated of £324.90 is the same as i paid for my season ticket at Fratton Park 3 years ago. This season £650. Oh how i'd love to be able to call £324 overpriced.
FEn_100
22/06/2006 13:58:00
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Paul, by all means have your say and send us an article stating your condemnation of the prices in the first place. I didn't hit that angle because I thought enough had been said about the ridiculous prices already and at least the club were doing something to reward the loyalty of the fans. Maybe I shouldn't have used the word fantastic once, but it's still a good deal in my mind if you factor in the club aren't lowering prices full stop. As said, please send us an article with your thoughts, we'd welcome it.
Blackeye
22/06/2006 14:25:00
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