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Season Tickets: Cheaper Prices End Tomorrow!

Season Tickets: Cheaper Prices End Tomorrow!

Just a reminder for Imps fans that the lower prices for Season Tickets end tomorrow at the close of play.

(Office Hours: 9.30am - 2.00pm)

Lincolnshire Co-operative Stand/Echo Stand:

New Purchase (by 29.6.13)

Adult: £299
Concession: £199
Junior: £65

Full Price (from 1.7.13)

Adult: £335
Concession: £220
Junior: £70

Bridge McFarland Stand:

New Purchase (by 29.6.13)

Adult: £265
Concession: £170
Junior: £65

Full Price (from 1.7.13)

Adult: £290
Concession: £185
Junior: £70

2013/14 Season Ticket Benefits:

- Guarantee your seat at Sincil Bank Stadium for every 2013/14 league game and save money (the correctly numbered 2013/14 voucher must be presented at each home game, so please bring your Season Ticket Book with you to gain entry).

- Preferential treatment for tickets at high profile games, other cup fixtures and non-football events at Sincil Bank.

- Invitations to VIP discount events in the Club Shop.

- FREE travel on Stagecoach buses within Lincoln on match days/evenings.

- 10% discount on match day bar drinks in the Trust Suite.

- £1 OFF Official Red Imps Travel Coach Tickets to all away games (subject to availability)

- Discounted rates when booking a Function Room to celebrate your special occasions (visit www.sincilbank.com for Function Room options).

- Each unused 2013/14 Season Ticket Voucher may be submitted to claim an additional discount off your own Season Ticket Renewal for 2014/15 (Adults £5 per voucher / Disabled & Age Concessions £3 per voucher / Juniors £1 per voucher).

- Pay for your season ticket using our 10-monthly instalment plan with Zebra Finance.




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Writer:Jules
Date:Friday June 28 2013
Time: 5:54PM

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Not even picked mine up yet!!
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