FANS who purchase tickets in advance for ‘home’ matches at Sixfields next season will be rewarded after the Sky Blues confirmed ticket prices have dropped for those buying before the match.
Tickets for adults remain from as little as £13 on the gate, with concessions as little as £9 and junior tickets £7.
Junior Sky Blues members who are over-12 can buy on the day for £3 while JSB under-12 gain free entry.
But fans save more money by booking their tickets for fixtures in advance, with a 12.5% reduction in standard adult prices and a number of other savings on tickets bought ahead of a matchday.
The cost reduction for evening fixtures has also been maintained, with adult tickets from as little as £8, concessions as little as £5 and under-12s at £1.
“We felt it was important to keep the matchday ticket prices as low as we could.” said the club’s ticketing manager, Karen Bennett.
“Buying a season ticket is still the best value way to watch the team week-in, week-out, but we’re pleased to offer reductions for those who buy in advance.
“This will help for supporters when proving purchase when we release tickets for cup matches and other major fixtures on a priority basis.
“It’s vital that we try to attract as many supporters as possible to give backing to Steven Pressley and the team and, hopefully, the price of season tickets and matchday tickets will help to do that.”