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Season tickets prices to rise


Filed: Wednesday, 16th April 2008
By: Staff Writer


It has been revealed tonight that season ticket prices for next season are set to rise by around 5%.

Nick Igoe and Scott Duxbury, talking to supporters at the fans' forum tonight confirmed that prices for next season are set to rise.

Unsurprisingly perhaps the announcement was greeted less than favourably by many of those present.

The five per cent rise means that tickets in the Bobby Moore Lower - which cost 595 for season 07/08 - will rise 30 to 625.

Meanwhile supporters in the Bobby Moore Upper will see their 725 cost for 07/08 rise by 36 to 761.

We'll have more from tonight's fans' forum for you shortly.





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