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Current Season Ticket prices extended

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11:36 18th May 2013

Burton Albion are delighted to announce an extension to the current price of Season Tickets up to Monday, 1st July.

The current pricing structure, initially available until 17th May, has proven popular and the club has made the decision to extend the opportunity for fans to pledge their support ahead of the 2013/14 season at the current rate.

It means that whether renewing a Season Ticket or joining the club for the first time; supporters can make significant savings over the course of the season against the price of buying tickets on the gate for all home games.

An Adult seating Season Ticket, available at just £332, will see a saving of nearly five games whilst a 16s and Under seating Season Ticket, just £110, will see a massive saving of nine games on those buying tickets for each match over the course of the season; with all categories offering extensive savings.

In addition, seating Season Tickets for supporters aged 12 and Under can be purchased for just £40; as little as £1.73 per game.

This offer, exclusively available for Junior Brewers, again sees further developments alongside the Burton Albion Community Trust; with children of any age eligible to become a Junior Brewer for only £15.

Burton Albion Chairman Ben Robinson commented: ‘Having achieved an unrivalled home record across all four divisions including some exceptional goals and wins along the way; last season was certainly a terrific one to be a Brewers Season Ticket holder.

‘There is already real anticipation ahead of next season and the decision to extend the current Season Ticket prices gives supporters even more opportunity to watch the Brewers at the very best value.’

For a full list of all categories and prices as well as the 2013/14 Season Ticket application form, please click here.

Season Tickets can also be purchased from the Club Shop at the Pirelli Stadium, open 8:30am - 5:30pm, Monday to Friday and 9am - 12pm Saturdays, as well as by contacting the Ticket Office on 01283 565938.

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