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Owls season ticket prices announced

Wednesday have announced prices for the second bout of sales of season tickets for the 2012-13 season.

Almost 10,000 Wednesdayites snapped-up season tickets for the Early Bird deal in January and the club have announced prices for the second bout of sales after securing promotion to the Championship.

Adult supporters can get a season ticket from just 365 for next season, working out at just under 16 per game as the Owls prepare to take on clubs such as Bolton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers, Wolves, Leeds United, Barnsley and more.

Chairman Milan Mandaric told the official SWFC website: 'I am so proud of our supporters, who gave us such incredible backing over the course of our promotion season.

'Of course, we are now a Championship club and we already have nearly 10,000 Season Ticket holders joining us on our next journey.

'But we would like many, many more and we have tried to make our football for next season in the Championship as affordable as possible.

'I am so looking forward to next season and I am sure our loyal supporters are too.'

Junior Owls under the age of eight can again watch their football at Hillsborough for free if they're accompanied by an adult who buys a season ticket.

The current prices are on offer until June 16 - the same date current season ticket holders have to claim their current seat before it's released for general sale.

For full pricing of 2012-13 season tickets visit the official SWFC website or call into the Owls Megastore.




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Date:Monday May 14 2012

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