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Season Tickets 2012/13 Information

Posted: Fri 29 Jun 2012
Author: BWFC Staff

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Bolton Wanderers season tickets for the 2012/13 season are now on sale and for a fourth successive year, prices have been frozen.


And fans can pay for their ticket using the interest-free direct debit scheme, which spreads payments over an extended period of ten months.


The club have once again placed a key focus on affordability for fans after listening to and taking on board feedback from the annual supporters' survey. 


Chairman Phil Gartside said: "We have been monitoring the success of our ticket pricing strategy over the last three years. During that time, we have seen attendances at the Reebok grow. 


"We appreciate the tough economic times at the moment, and have taken this into account in freezing our prices and extending the time people can pay by direct debit.


"We have extended the interest-free direct debit scheme to ten months, meaning that if you take advantage of the scheme, there will be a significant drop in monthly payments.


"The direct debit was very popular last season with our supporters, and that's what guided us in making this decision."


The club are also delighted to be introducing a greatly reduced season ticket price for our over-75s next season, a new initiative which reflected the feedback received in our recent supporters survey. 


Head of Public Sales, Richard Gough said: "A season ticket at the Reebok Stadium remains the most cost effective way for Wanderers supporters to follow their team.


"Freezing prices once again and extending the direct debit scheme up to ten months reinforces our commitment to delivering best possible value to our season ticket holders.


"Season tickets are on sale earlier this year in order to extend the period of time that the interest-free direct debit scheme can be offered. 


"There are no hidden costs, no interest charges and no credit checks for anyone who wants to join.


"The scheme means, adult tickets will be available from just £28.50 a month, with all under-18s tickets on sale at only £4.90 a month." *





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Extended Interest-Free Direct Debit Scheme


The newly extended direct debit scheme now offers supporters the option to spread the payments from April 2012 through to January 2013 interest-free. 


The deadline to sign up to the nine months interest-free direct debit scheme is Tuesday, 1 May 2012. 



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Prices Frozen Again


All season ticket prices have been frozen for the fourth consecutive season which means there hasn't been a price rise for seven seasons.



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New Over-75s Season Ticket


A new reduced priced category is also being introduced next season for those supporters aged 75 or over as of 3 August 2012, with season tickets priced at just £189 in all public seating areas of the stadium.



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Early Purchase Deadline


Sign up for a 2012/13 season ticket on or before the early purchase price deadline of Saturday 9 June 2012 (5.30pm) and save up to £76 on an adult season ticket.* 


Last year more than 50 percent of fans buying season tickets took advantage of the discounted online price, and once again fans will be encouraged to do the same at www.boltoncentral.co.uk .



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A Message From The Manager


Manager Owen Coyle said: "Our fans are the lifeblood of our football club.


"We have had tremendous backing from Wanderers supporters and to have seen crowds rise season-on-season is testament to your passion for our club.


"There's no doubt that a cracking atmosphere at the Reebok makes a difference and we have seen that again this year in our games with Liverpool, Arsenal and Swansea in the FA Cup.


"The club has listened to and responded to the feedback from our supporters by introducing the ten-month interest-free direct debit scheme which is new, and hopefully we can continue to build on the growth we have seen in home attendances again this year."



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As well as the option to buy online at www.boltoncentral.co.uk, supporters can also purchase their 2012/13 season ticket in person at Bolton Central and BWFC@JD (Marketplace), plus over the phone on 0844 871 2932.**


To view the full 2012/13 season ticket brochure, please click here.


To purchase your 2012/13 season ticket online from Monday 27 February, please click here.


To view a full pricing plan for 2012/13, please click below.

Season Tickets 2012-13 Prices


To view a FAQs guide, please click below.

Season Tickets 2012-13 - FAQs


* Saving based on season tickets bought online in the Nat Lofthouse (East) Stand Upper Tier before Saturday 9th June 2012 (5.30pm). 


** Calls cost 5p per minute from a BT landline. Please check with provider for call charges.