Matchday prices for League Two matches will increase by £1 in all areas of the Jonny-Rocks Stadium during the 2019/20 season.
Ticket prices are going up for the first time since 2013 for fans wanting to watch the Robins in the club’s upcoming campaign.
The increase applies to both standing and seating areas, and fans will continue to be able to purchase tickets from the ticket office and online ahead of fixtures, as well as from the turnstiles on matchday.
The decision has been taken to move the student concession in line with that of standard concessions - in relation to other clubs prices for this category in the division. The club also hope this will create a stepping stone between the under-18 price bracket and full paying adult price.
Disabled persons using designed areas will qualify for the concessions rate but all others must pay the appropriate normal price. Disabled tickets are only issued to registered disabled and proof will be required. An additional free personal assistant ticket is issued to the disabled person where appropriate. There's no charge for this ticket, but there are commitments and strict rules to usage.
Matchday prices for the 2019/20 season are shown below:
|Colin Farmer Stand/Hazelwoods||£22||£16||£8|
The increase in matchday prices bring even more value to the price of a season ticket for the 2019/20 campaign.
Adult prices have been cut by £20 and all under-16s receive a free shirt as part of their season ticket.
There’s a new age category for 16 to 22-year olds too which represents a fantastic discount for that age group. A 16 to 18 year old purchasing a 16 to 22-year old season ticket can receive a saving of £84 in seating areas and £63 in standing areas.
While an 18 to 22 year old can save up to £411 in seating areas and £316 in standing areas with this category season ticket too.
To find out more about purchasing a season ticket for the 2019/20 season click here.