Ipswich Town announce Premier League season ticket incentive for next season
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Season ticket prices will remain the same for the 2015-16 season, whether Ipswich Town reach the Premier League or not, for fans that beat an Early Bird deadline.
Once the Early Bird deadline has passed at 5.15pm on April 3, no season tickets will be sold until Town’s fate is sealed. If the Blues win promotion, then season tickets will be priced at Premier League rate.
The Blues are also offering supporters the opportunity to qualify for a free Premier League season ticket for the 2016-17 campaign, if they buy before the Early Bird Deadline and become an Ipswich Town Academy Friend, which costs £10 per month, for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons.
Under-11 season ticket prices are being frozen at £10, while there will be a small rise of 3% in season ticket pricing, around the vast majority of the ground.
Meanwhile, match day pricing, if the Blues remain in the Championship next season, will remain frozen for the third year running in the majority of the ground.
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Season ticket holders currently on a direct debit payment plan will be automatically renewed for next year and the club’s 0% interest rate on direct debit over 12 months remains.
Season ticket holders will be sent renewal packs the week starting March 9 which will include full terms and conditions and any renewals and new sales will be available online via www.itfcdirect.com later today.
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