New pricing policy for Boro
BORO chairman Phil Wallace has announced a change in the club s ticket pricing policy, which is due to take effect from December 1. The club had introduced a two-tier system during the season but they have decided to scrap this and up the prices by �1 acr
BORO chairman Phil Wallace has announced a change in the club's ticket pricing policy, which is due to take effect from December 1.
The club had introduced a two-tier system during the season but they have decided to scrap this and up the prices by �1 across the board in all sections of the ground.
"After trying it out, we've found that moving league admission prices up and down according to the opposition just doesn't feel right," said Wallace.
"Although the outcome for supporters from this move isn't too different from our original plan, we're much happier with just one pricing level for the season and, to try and be as fair as possible, we've delayed implementation of the increase for almost two months so the new admission prices will take effect on December 1."
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Season ticket holders are unaffected but the three-coupon Flexi Ticket has been discontinued. The club will honour the six-coupon Flexi Tickets throughout the season without the extra �1 charge.
There will also be more promotions and discounted tickets for certain games throughout the season.
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