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ALBION FANS URGED TO BRING A FRIEND TO BOOST ATTENDANCES

30 September 2015

BURTON Albion fans are being urged to play their part in the Brewers League One success story by bringing a friend to the Southend game.

Chairman Ben Robinson has admitted to being disappointed by the attendance at the Rochdale home match and hopes that more fans will get behind Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s team after their table-topping start to the season.

Now all Albion fans are being urged to play their part by bringing a friend or family member to the Pirelli on Saturday.

Brewers boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says that the fans can and do make a difference not only in terms of their financial commitment but also in getting behind the team.

He says:  “We expect our fans to keep on supporting our boys and to come in numbers. It is significantly important for the boys and the club that they come in numbers and really support us. The boys really acknowledge that and more importantly really do appreciate it.”

Burton Albion commercial director Fleur Robinson says: “If every Brewers fan could bring along a friend on Saturday or at a future game that can really help the team keep up the great start to the season.

“It’s a way all our fans can help us sustain the progress that is being made.

“From today fans can also buy our new Super Six tickets which are a cost effective way for new and old fans to watch our exciting League One games.”

Brewers fans can buy a Super Six ticket offering admission to six League One fixtures at the Pirelli Stadium for just £85 for the terraces and £100 for seats for adult supporters.
 
That’s a massive saving of £29 (terraces) and £32 (seats) on normal matchday prices
 
That means you can enjoy all home League One games from the clashes with local rivals Crewe on October 20 and Port Vale on October 24 to the Christmas fixture against Swindon on December 28 at a bargain price.
  
There are similar savings to be made on all categories of admission from juniors to seniors.
 
Super Six tickets are available for seniors and young persons aged 17-22 at £90 for seats and £75 for terraces (saving £30 and £27 respectively on matchday prices)
 
For under 17s  Super Six prices are £50 for seats and £25 for the terraces.

The games covered by this offer are:
Oct 20: Crewe*
Oct 24: Port Vale*
Nov 14: Millwall
Nov 28: Colchester
Dec 19: Doncaster
Dec 28: Swindon

 If any game is postponed the ticket will be valid for the re-scheduled fixture.

*Anyone who has already purchased tickets for Crewe and Port Vale can upgrade to the Super Six deal by calling the ticket office.


The Super Six package will be available through the online ticketing system and at the ticket office. This offer will close on Friday October 16 at 5pm.


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