Town fans will have to pay more

IPSWICH Town fans will pay up to seven per cent more to watch their side play Championship football next season.Adult and concession season ticket prices have risen by four per cent if they are bought before April 13th, which works out as six games for free, but will have to pay around seven per cent more if they buy after that date which works out at three games for nothing.

By Derek Davis

IPSWICH Town fans will pay up to seven per cent more to watch their side play Championship football next season.

Adult and concession season ticket prices have risen by four per cent if they are bought before April 13th, which works out as six games for free, but will have to pay around seven per cent more if they buy after that date which works out at three games for nothing.

The average across the board increase for fans buying before April 13th works out at 2.8 per cent.

The club have frozen prices for fans Under-20 and supporters are again being offered the chance to use the three-cheque interest-free payment plan to spread the cost over four months.

See Saturday's EADT for more details and more dramatic news on Town's efforts to relieve their debt

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