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We Knew Selling Season Tickets Was Going To Be Tough - Walker
Walker On Season Ticket Sale
Coventry City Ticketing Manager Dan Walker has said that the club are well aware of how tough selling season tickets is going to be.
The club who hampered sales, by not announcing details of travel and season ticket finance deals, meaning that some supporters will not buy a season ticket for a venue they have no guarantee of getting to, have sold less than three hundred season tickets so far.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph, Dan Walker said: "We are approaching the 300 mark when it comes to season ticket holders for the coming season. “We knew it was going to be tough – there is no getting away from that.
“Supporters have been asking us about travel arrangements and also other methods of payment, such as a finance option, and we hope to have more details on those soon.”
Season tickets in the Standard Zone have been priced at £207 for adults, £138 for concessions, £46 for Junior Sky Blues and £23 for Junior Sky Blues under seven.
An adult Season Ticket in the Family Zone will cost £184 with concessions priced at £115, JSBs £23 and JSBs under seven going for free.
Source: Coventry MAD
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