Exmouth Town announce ‘early bird’ pre-season ticket offer details

PUBLISHED: 21:32 17 June 2018

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Exmouth Town have announced the ‘early bird’ season ticket prices for the coming 2018/19 season.

An Adult season ticket will cost £70 with the concession for Under-18s and Over-65s being £38.

There is also an offer on a family ticket with one adult and one under-18 costing £100 with each extra child on the family ticket increasing the cost by £30.

The club are keen to report that, in a bid to encourage youngsters to get along and watch their local team in action, next season admission for Under-16s will be free.

The season ticket allows for entry to 19 South West Peninsula League matches – a single ticket brought for each game would set a supporter back £95 (concession £76). Season ticket holders also get a £1 deduction on the price of cup match tickets and all season ticket holders will also get free entry to the six pre-season matches – if the season ticket is purchased before July 6, and this represents an additional saving of £24.

Anybody wishing to purchase a season ticket please contact Martin Cook either by e-mail at cook209@hotmail.com or call him on 075993 46689.

This offer will be open until August 4, 2018, which is one week before the new league season kicks off.

In terms of the match day ticket process for next season. Entry to Southern Road for games will be £5 an adult and £4 for Over-65s and Under-18s.

In addition the club are also introducing free entry for all Under-16s next season.

For the six pre-season matches set for Southern Road, entry will be £4 for all, but again, the club is keen to point to the ‘free for Under-16s’ which will also apply to the pre-season programme.


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