‘Slight increase’ in King’s Lynn Stars’ ticket prices for 2015 Elite League season

Stars' promoter Buster Chapman. Picture: Ian Burt

Stars' promoter Buster Chapman. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

For the first time in four years King's Lynn Stars will charge fans more to watch their side.

Entry for a home Elite League meeting will now cost £17 for adults, a £1 raise, and £14 rather than £13 for concessions.

Stars owner Buster Chapman said: 'It is the first time since moving into the Elite League we have introduced a slight price increase but I still think what we are offering is great value for money.

'The team showed last season that they are entertainers and definitely put on a good show for the supporters.'

Juniors' admission remains at £5 while under-11s go free. Adult season tickets will cost £240.


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