Bolton Wanderers Super 7 season tickets still available

Details on how you can secure your seat at Macron Stadium for Wanderers' final seven home games of the season

Super 7 season tickets are now available which allow Bolton Wanderers fans to watch our final seven home games of the Sky Bet League One campaign from as little as £13.57 per match for adults and £4.29 per match for under 18s.
And with a run-in against the likes of Rochdale, Bristol Rovers, AFC Wimbledon, Northampton Town, Chesterfield, Bury and Peterborough United, Wanderers will be looking to pick up as many points as possible to help them in their bid for promotion.
The Super 7 season ticket, which commences from the Rochdale game on Tuesday 14 February, is available to purchase today via Bolton Central in person, by calling 0844 871 2932 or by buying online.
There is also a family ticket available in the club’s designated Family Stand in the Bolton at Home North Upper, with one adult and one child able to cheer on Wanderers for £15.71 per game or £110 overall.
Alongside being able to back the boys for the remainder of the season, there are a number of other benefits to being a Super 7 ticket holder with Bolton Wanderers such as priority purchase periods on away match tickets, 5% Wanderers Cash on purchases in Bolton Central and much, much more.
Be loud, be proud, be part of the action and get behind the boys! Buy your Bolton Wanderers Super 7 ticket today and don’t miss out on what will be a fascinating conclusion to the season as Wanderers aim to return to the Sky Bet Championship at the first time of asking!

A full pricing grid for Super 7 tickets can be found below:


For more information or to purchase your Super 7 ticket, please phone 0844 871 2932 (option two and option one), visit Bolton Central in person or click onto the club’s ticketing website,

BWFC Super 7 tickets are available for purchase up until kick off on 14 February. 

Please call the BWFC Sales Team now on 01204 673761 or email now to enquire further.

See also
Matchday hospitality at Macron Stadium

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