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Owls Look To Match S/T Sales

Wednesday are set to match the 16,000 season tickets sold last season as the deadline for discounts ends this weekend, according the SWFC Communications Manager Steve Chu.

Nearly 10,000 season tickets have already been snapped up by the Owls faithful despite price increases, and supporters have until 4pm on Saturday to get theirs at the discounted price.

Communications Manager Steve Chu told the official SWFC site: 'Once again our fans are getting behind the club in their numbers and proving why we were the best support side in the Championship last season.'

With the pre-season optimism kicking-in, and the signings of Madjid Bougherra, Wade Small and Kenny Lunt already complete, the numbers are set to to boost as the new season draws closer.

Mr Chu continued: 'We thank every one of our fans who has already bought their ticket for 2006/2007 and remind existing adult season ticket holders that their additional discount is only available until Saturday.'

For more information on season ticket prices and renewals, please contact the Owls ticket office on 0870 999 1867 or visit the official club website at www.swfc.co.uk.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 15 2006

Time: 11:08AM

Your Comments

" that will be a big achievement for you"
millers4eva
It would be a bigger achievement for you. I think we'll find it achievable.
Auckland Owl
We're still 6,000 off with the discounted period nearly over, why would anyone want to pay more? I'm not sure we'll reach the 16,000 barrier.
newman87
very impressive. hopefully we can sell a few more now pulis has gone.
green giant 12
Shouldnt the price come down after a certain time and NOT up..that would meake sence..wouldnt it>?
whites11
I see that idiot is back ( above) why dont you post on your own little site, you need the support. Im off to get mine 2mo so it will be 10,001
_natalie_
natalie , why I am I a idiot? What right do you have to call anyone an "idiot"???? My own liitle site , what are you talking about. Iam a owls fan - My surname is white!!!
whites11
 

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