11:32 09 July 2014
By CTFC Media
Information on match ticket prices for the 2014-15 season
Match day ticket prices for the 2014-15 league season are shown below:
|2014-15 Matchday Ticket Prices||Adult||Ages 65+ & Disabled||Ages 18 & Under & Students||Junior Robins|
|QS Thomson & Bancks Stand||£21||£15||£7||FREE|
*Please be aware that Category A games will carry an additional £2 on all prices except for Junior Robins who will remain free entry.
**Please be aware that proof of age may be required for Junior and Senior Citizen tickets.
Cheltenham Town Flexi Ticket (NEW FOR THIS SEASON)
New for 2014-15 we can announce a brand new 'Flexi Ticket' here at Whaddon Road which will allow non-season ticket holders the opportunity to pick the matches they wish to attend.
If you cannot commit to a season ticket or anything close to 23 league games, the Flexi Ticket will allow you to purchase a math package for six league games of your choice. The Flexi Ticket will help us make football at Whaddon Road more affordable because it works out cheaper than purchasing individual match tickets at full or membership prices.
A six-match adult Flexi Ticket costs from £84, which works out at £14 per match, including Category A games.
What's more, you get to choose the 2014-15 home matches you wish to attend.
|2014-15 Flexi Tickets||Adults||Concessions|
|Prestbury Road Terrace||£84||£59|
|QS Thomson & Bancks Stand||£111||£78|
How does it work?
Once you have purchased a Flexi Ticket you will receive six vouchers (depending on the package) which can be redeemed for match tickets. When you wish to attend a home league fixture, simply exchange one of your vouchers at the ticket office for a match ticket, subject to availability.
*Flexi Tickets vouchers are NOT redeemable at the turnstiles. Cup games, away fixtures, friendlies and play-off matches are NOT included in this package.
Match ticket prices are based on four main ticket categories.
Standard adult prices apply to all supporters who do not qualify for concession or junior discounts, as detailed below.
Concession ticket prices apply to senior citizens (aged 65 or over) and disabled supporters (see below). Proof of age may be required for Senior Citizen tickets.
Junior prices apply to children aged between 12 and 18 as well as students with a valid ID (eg. NUS card). Proof of ID may be needed for Junior tickets.
Children aged 11 and under who are signed up to the Junior Robins scheme can gain FREE ENTRY into all league matches and 2013-14 pre-season home games. This scheme does NOT cover cup fixtures.
Category A Prices
Category A matches will carry an additional £2 on all ticket prices except for Junior Robins.
Category A prices will apply to the following matches selected so far for the 2014-15 season*:
Northampton Town - Saturday 18 October
Oxford United - Saturday 29 November
Portsmouth - Saturday 20 December
Luton Town - Saturday 24 January
Plymouth Argyle - Saturday 28 March
Shrewsbury Town - Saturday 25 April
*Subject to change
Disabled supporters will be charged the standard concession price, which also includes admission for a helper. If you require advice prior to your visit to Whaddon Road, please telephone (01242) 573558 or e-mail email@example.com. Disabled facilities are located in the QS Thomson & Bancks and Hazlewoods Stands and feature wheelchair spaces, plus disabled toilets.
Cup match prices will be announced on a match-by-match basis. The Junior Robins scheme does not entitle the holder to free entry for cup matches.
Cheltenham Town FC operate a strictly no refund policy on all match tickets.
Ticket Office Opening Hours
The ticket office will be open from 10am to 4pm (Tuesday to Friday) but it will be open on a Monday in the build-up to a Tuesday mid-week home match. The ticket office will also open late on a Thursday (6pm) during the season.
For more information on club opening hours, please click here.
Important Ticket Information
Throughout the season supporters are advised to retain all match ticket stubs, including away ticket stubs for any games they attend. On certain occasions the club may need to operate a priority allocation which for home games will also involve the home 'Fans Membership Scheme'.