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Owls Announce Ticket Reductions

Wednesday have announced reduced season ticket prices for Owls fans for next season - but not as reduced as some fans may have hoped for.

Chairman Lee Strafford had promised reductions on tickets to get the fans back to Hillsborough for next season - but the reductions have already been met with mixed reactions.

Season tickets have been reduced throughout for next season, with under-8's getting a free season ticket in the North Stand or Kop when accompanied by a full paying adult, while over-80's also get in free in the North or the Kop.

Renewing season ticket holders will be subject to the best savings, with an adult ticket in the Kop costing 333, South Stand 468 and North Stand 405.

The club have also brought back student season prices, starting at 184 with an NUS card, but the under-21 scheme has been scrapped.

Strafford told www.swfc.co.uk: 'In creating our season ticket packages for the 2009/10 season our aim has been to provide a good variety of options from affordable right through to premium offerings.

He added: 'I urge Wednesdayites to come together by committing to new season tickets and helping us achieve our collective goals.'

Season ticket holders will also be able to purchase a new home shirt for the reduced price at 25 as well as get a free copy of the forthcoming derby double DVD.

for full details on season ticket prices, visit www.swfc.co.uk.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 11 2009

Time: 11:43AM

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Not good enough strafford less than 10,000 next season !!!
ecco owl
Not good enough strafford less than 10,000 next season !!!
ecco owl
 

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