Season Tickets for the 2016/17 campaign go on sale to existing Season Ticket holders on Tuesday 3 May – and here are all the facts and figures you need to know.
Supporters will be able to take advantage of our Early Bird prices and pay by Direct Debit if they buy their Season Ticket before 5pm on Friday 3 June.
And Season Ticket holders who renew from this campaign will also be able to keep their current seat when they buy their ticket before the Early Bird offer comes to an end.
Adult Season Tickets start from just £250, while Juniors can get their hands on a Season Ticket for £120.
And Under 12s can once again collect a FREE Season Ticket when a full Adult Season Ticket is purchased.
If you’re looking to watch matches from the best seats in the house, then look no further than our Platinum Season Ticket, where you can enjoy a whole host of extra benefits and access our new-look Platinum Lounge for £750.
We will again be offering concession rates for Young Adults, who can purchase a Season Ticket from as little as £187, and 65 Plus, who can sign-up from £252.
With the Anglo-Welsh Cup set to return, Season Ticket holders will be treated to two more competitive matches next season – meaning Season Tickets offer even better value for money.
Season Tickets, which go on general sale on Monday 9 May, come with an array of benefits, including free entry to Cavaliers matches, Club discounts and food and drink vouchers.
Chief Executive Jim O’Toole said: “Our Season Ticket holders continue to play an important role in the Club’s future and their support over the 2015/16 campaign has been exceptional once again.
“With the significant developments we have announced on and off the pitch, we’re all really excited about next season and we’re hoping to see as many of our supporters as possible witnessing our continued progression as a Club.”
Full details of Season Ticket prices are available by clicking here.
*All Season Ticket holders are requested to keep their current Season Ticket swipe card to reuse next season.
Please note Grandfather Rights still apply.