King's Lynn Town announce ticket prices for 2018/19 season
King's Lynn Town have announced their general match admission and season ticket prices for the 2018/19 season.
An adult ticket for all league games will all be categorised as B fixtures, costing fans £13 for an adult ticket (£11 concessions). A student ticket will be £8 with under-16s being allowed in for free.
Some FA Cup and FA Trophy games will be category A fixtures and a price plan for these games is yet to be published.
Meanwhile an adult season ticket will be £260 (£220 concessions). A student season ticket is £150.
Chairman Stephen Cleeve said: “We have listened to supporters’ views and comments over the last season and made some changes that people felt needed to be made. Therefore we will only implement the Cat A pricing plan if applicable for FA Cup and Trophy games only, meaning that all league games will be £13 for the season.
“The vast majority of our supporters also wish to see the decent standard of football we saw last season retained as opposed to a team battling for survival but we also wish to be able to reward our loyal supporters for their support.
“Seating prices for next season are not being increased and there will be no differential between seating and standing prices. This will make stewarding easier and also speed up the ticket buying process at the box office. Only season ticket holders will be able to reserve stand seating.
“We have expanded our free entry scheme to under 16s for next season from under 11s as previous with again free seating – last year we charged a £1. We will again be asking for proof of identification from students on admission as we did last season.
“Season ticket holders will make a small saving on match day admission and in addition we are pleased to announce that next season a season ticket will give you free entry to all reserve and youth team home league games at The Walks (cup games will still be all pay). In addition, any Norfolk Senior Cup games played at home will also be free to season ticket holders – this gives a massive saving to those who enjoy just a few of these games in a season. Reserve and youth team admission will remain at last year’s levels. Securing a season ticket will be your only way to secure a reserved seat in the stand next season.
“In addition the first 50 season tickets holders and twenty members will be invited to a Q&A session with the manager and his assistant, several members of the first team squad and myself. They will also receive an upgrade on one league game of their choice to the VIP/ Boardroom lounge to enjoy a complimentary buffet, and a chance to meet again with myself and the visiting directors. You also have the option of a seat in the directors’ box or retain your own reserved seat for the day. May I take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support of the club as we look for further progress in the next season.”