City beating Blues in ticket sales
WHILE Ipswich Town are still finalising their season ticket position for next season, Norwich City are looking ahead to another good year - even if they are in League One.
WHILE Ipswich Town are still finalising their season ticket position for next season. Norwich City are looking ahead to another good year - even if they are in League One.
The Canaries have already sold 17,824 tickets for 2009/10. Ipswich - at the last count - had sold 7,000.
Richard Gough, City's customer service manager, said: “We're absolutely delighted. The support for this club is fantastic at what is certainly an economically challenging time.”
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Existing season ticket-holders yet to renew their seats have just over three weeks left to do so.
A cap on season ticket sales will be set at about 20,350 to allow for the needs of casual supporters and visiting fans.
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If City are relegated to League One, fans who renewed by the first deadline can claim a 15 per cent rebate. Those renewing after that can claim ten per cent back.