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Stoke launch new season ticket prices

Stoke launch new season ticket prices

Stoke City have launched their new Premier League season ticket prices.

Over 10,500 fans took advantage of the early deals and bought season tickets before the end of season. Those that wanted to wait and see where the Potters will be playing can now take advantage of the new prices on offer but ticket prices are around 20% higher than back in April.

For the first time, the club are also advertising season tickets in the South Stand, traditionally dedicated to away fans, in a bid to get as many home fans into the ground as possible for the many high profile fixtures at the Brit next season.

Also, for those of us desperate to see when we can plan our trip to Old Trafford or what date we can expect Chelsea to be at the Brit, make a note of Monday June 16th. That's when the Premier League will be releasing the fixture lists and the season itself starts two months later on Saturday 16th August.

Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Tuesday May 13 2008
Time: 9:32PM

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Looks like the ones who waited to buy their season tickets will now be kicking themselves.
Dean1
19/05/2008 06:44:00
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Lool GoodLook In The Prem,, Gonna Need It ! Villa4Life!
Blitz
19/05/2008 18:35:00
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