Will you be renewing your Ipswich Town season ticket?

Will you be renewing your Ipswich Town season ticket?

Will you be renewing your Ipswich Town season ticket?

The time is coming where Ipswich Town fans need to decide whether or not to renew their Portman Road season tickets.

The Blues currently sit eighth in the Championship table, seven points off the play-offs with six games to go, with last night’s 0-0 draw at home to lowly Charlton making a place in the top six more and more unlikely.

But despite being in contention for a play-off place and a potential promotion to the Premier League for much of the season, results and performances have frustrated many supporters, as decision time over whether or not to renew season tickets rapidly approaches.

The club announced an increase of around 1.5% for 97% of supporters when revealing their season ticket prices at the start of March, with 83% of fans insisting the rise was unfair through a poll on our website.

The Early Bird deadline, which ensures fans get their tickets at the best possible price, is at midday on Monday, April 11.

When prices were released last month, a club statement read: “Adults can watch the 23 home games in the Championship from an average of £18.13 per match if they purchase before the Early Bird deadline of midday on April 11, 2016, making a saving of around £276 against matchday prices. Under-20s can save up to £348.

“Season ticket holders will gain from a new initiative that has seen the club link-up with local and national companies to provide discounts on an array of goods and services.

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“If Town are promoted to the Premier League for 2016/17 there would be no extra cost for those who purchase before the Early Bird deadline. In addition, the free Premier League season ticket offer remains in place whereby, if the club were promoted in 2016/17, you would get a free top-flight season ticket for 2017/18 provided you are an Academy Friend paying £10 a month for both 2016/17 and 2017/18.”

Will you be renewing? Let us know by casting your vote in our polls.

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