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This is Our Turf...for Early Birds!

This is Our Turf...for Early Birds!

We may be in the Championship still next season or we might have reached the promised land but either way Clarets fans buying an early bird season ticket will be able to watch the lads at the Turf for as little as £299.

The cheapest adult season ticket allows you to watch every 2012/13 league game at Turf Moor from just £13 per game.

Those of you who are already a season ticket holder will, for the first time also be rewarded for your loyalty with existing season ticket holders prices lower than the price for new applicants.

The Supporters' Liaison Group represented by Clarets Trust and the Supporters Clubs have also negotiated a major benefit for fans with the club in order to help during these dire financial times.

ALL season tickets can now be bought on INTEREST FREE CREDIT (over 3 months)but note charges will still apply for payments over 10 months.

The Early Bird deadline this season is Friday, March 30, to enable the club to plan and budget for the 2012/13 season.

After this date, Burnley Football Club reserves the right to suspend all sales until the completion of the current season, when prices may be increased.

Season tickets for 2012/13 will go on sale from this Monday (February 20)

Full details of the ticket prices can be found on the Official Site by clicking this link:

This is Our Turf...for Early Birds

To give you some idea here are the early bird price for Adults in various parts of the ground for both renewals (first figure) and new applicants (second figure) with provisional standard price in brackets(third figure):

JML Block 1: £299 £299 (£399)

JM Lower: £365 £375 (£450)

JM Upper: £388 £400 (£480)

JH Lower: £410 £420 (£495)

JHU Wings: £446 £450 (£535)

JHU Centre: £449 £475 (£550)

Bob Lord: £449 £475 (£550)

Here also are some of the key headlines including benefits of the new season ticket campaign.

SEASON TICKETS FROM ONLY £299

Limited number of seats available in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand (lower tier). Adults priced at just £299 with big discounts for concessions and juniors.

ALL U16 TICKET PRICES FROZEN

In specified areas, there is again no increase for junior season tickets.

LOYALTY PRICES

In a new, two-tier structure to be implemented from the 2012/13 season, existing season ticket holders are now able to purchase the cheapest possible tickets, to repay loyalty.

JIMMY'S SPORTS BAR

A new facility, situated in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand, offering an upgrade to supporters to an affordable, entry-level hospitality. Facilities to include pre-match lounge with a pay bar, Sky TV and an optional food purchase, plus padded seating in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand lower tier.

STRICT EARLY BIRD DEADLINE

Supporters are advised that any applications for season tickets, either renewals or new applicants, will be honoured at Early Bird prices as long as the application is on our premises (either by post or in person) by close of business on Friday, March 30, 2012.

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Sunday February 19 2012
Time: 10:13AM

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Modest price increase this season but bear in mind frozen prices in previous seasons. Gonna be early birding soon come what may! :-)
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19/02/2012 10:16:00
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