CHORLEY have announced season ticket prices following promotion to the Skrill North.
Prices range from £190 for adults at full price to £65 for 12 to 16-year-olds, with the highest matchday price set at £10 for adults, while the annual early bird offer - equating to a minimum £10 saving - is in operation until June 20.
Chairman Ken Wright says the board of directors have been careful to consider supporters, while trying to set manager Garry Flitcroft a competitive budget to go up against the likes of Stockport County, Barrow, Bradford Park Avenue and Tamworth next term after being crowned champions of the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.
“With winning promotion the outgoings for the football club will increase significantly but we want to stay competitive in the pricing of our home games,” said Wright.
“We have had a look at the pricing structures for all the other clubs in the Skrill North and we feel we have been very fair in setting a budget that will allow Garry to compete in the league but also keep prices affordable for our loyal supporters.
“Chorley has a proud tradition of being a family club and we want our fans to stay with us next season and beyond.
“We have maintained tradition of having an early bird discount and these prices will be held until Friday June 20. We also have family tickets available as well as offering good deals to staff of the armed forces, emergency services and students.
“We are also aware that supporters have holidays in the close season and money is at a premium. To help we are introducing, for the first time, a Direct Debit facility to spread the payments over three months.”
Wright also revealed the club would give supporters the chance to fix the price of their season ticket for the 2015/16 season.
“Going forwards we have an ambitious manager and board of directors whose goal is to take the football club as high in the league as possible so we are also giving fans the chance to beat any potential increases in season ticket prices and game day prices for the 2015/2016 season. Supporters will be able to set up a direct debit starting in September and therefore spread the cost over 10 months. By doing this we will hold the price at this seasons price.”
Supporters are advised they can book their season tickets in person by calling into the club office at the ground, Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm. The club telephone number is (01257) 230007. Anyone unable to call in or telephone can email firstname.lastname@example.org with their name and phone number and a club official will call back.