Existing season ticket holders are being urged to take advantage of the ‘Loyal Warrior’ offer before the deadline for renewals in two weeks.
Warriors’ fans have shown their support for Mike Ruddock’s revolution at the club with season tickets and debentures for the 2007/08 season selling at record levels.
The club also revealed plans to play the majority of first team games on Saturday afternoon next season, a move welcomed by fans who can now ensure they get the very most of out their chosen package.
And now existing season ticket holders are being reminded to get their renewals in before close of business on FRIDAY, JUNE 8 to take advantage of the special discounted rate and get guaranteed first refusal on their existing seat.
Any renewals received after close of business of this date will have to pay the full rate and may lose their current seat.
As an added benefit, this year the club is also offering all season ticket and debenture holders a fabulous Score More Card.
The Score More Card will give supporters the chance to enjoy a collection of great travel and leisure offers worth over £500 that includes:
- Free hotel accommodation when you purchase breakfast and dinner
- 2 for 1 dining
- Free gym pass
- 2 for 1 round of golf
- 2 for 1 theatre tickets
- Free DVDS online for a month from Blockbuster
- Free horse riding session
- Free ice skating session
- £100 holiday voucher
- £150 cruise voucher
- Free family portrait
Each debenture/season ticket holder will be able to download one offer per month over the next year, starting from the beginning of the 2007/08 season.
“We pride ourselves on being a family orientated club and the fantastic Score More Card allows season and debenture ticket holders to have wonderful days out not just here at Sixways,” said Dan Zaltzman, Head of Marketing.
“With offers worth over £500 through the Score More Card we feel our season ticket packages offer real value for money and we would urge existing season tickets holders to act quickly to not miss out on discounted rates and the chance to guarantee their current seat.”