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Season Tickets on sale from 10am on Friday!

9 March 2017

Renew now to watch next season for even less!

Aside from a couple of historic FA Cup runs, the last two seasons of league football fell short of all our expectations, hopes and dreams. But you stuck by us!

Thank you.

And your faith has been rewarded - our hopes and dreams remain very much alive this season as a top six spot is within our grasp going into the final ten games of the campaign. Expectations have been exceeded by a manager only seven months into his first season in the hotseat and by a rejuvenated squad of players learning to play a brand new attractive style of football in blue and white hoops.

However, we want to say thank you again and offer our fans further reward for your loyal support all season. And our ‘early bird’ Season Ticket prices are giving all existing Season Ticket holders and Half-Season Ticket holders the opportunity to renew their allegiance and pay even less to watch the Royals in 2017-18 – no matter what division we might be playing in!

Season Tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday 10th March and the prices have now been announced - with ‘early bird’ renewals offering our most loyal set of supporters the chance to secure their seat in the stadium for a reduced price across the board.

It doesn’t matter what age bracket you fall into… you will pay less than you did this season by renewing in the next four weeks.

It doesn’t matter which Stand you look to book your seat in... you will pay less than you did this season by renewing in the next four weeks.

We are also going on sale to any Member Card holders who, having liked what they’ve seen from the 5th-placed Royals this season, want to commit to a Season Ticket in 2017-18 – and all ‘early bird’ prices will be guaranteed regardless of which division we may be playing in next season.

Reading Football Club remain committed to affordable football as we have demonstrated throughout the season. It began with reductions in this season’s ST prices, it was followed by a Twenty’s Plenty promise attached to our matchday ticket pricing policy for both home and away supporters, and then the club subsidised ticket prices for 3,710 adult away fans who travelled to Old Trafford for our FA Cup clash at Old Trafford back in January.

We believe these ST prices are some of the most affordable in the division, offering exceptional value for money to all those who purchase during this ‘early bird’ period that opens at 10am on Friday 10th March and ends four weeks later on Friday 7th April 2017.

Stam’s side remain in the top six with just ten games of the season left to play after Tuesday night's draw with the league leaders - so the chase for a play-off place is very real for the Royals. However ALL fans will be able to secure their Season Tickets at the best possible price during this four-week-long ‘early bird’ period - fixed prices which are guaranteed with every ‘early bird’ purchase no matter whether we end up playing against Manchester United and Chelsea next season, or resume battle to get back to the big time in 2017-18!

After the ‘early bird’ period has closed, ST holders’ seats will remain reserved and open for renewal, albeit at a slightly higher rate, until a later date of Friday 5th May 2017 – but why wait until the last week of the season to renew your ST when you can save cash by buying now!

And any non-Season Ticket holder who wants to buy a ST for next season should certainly snap theirs up before the Friday 7th April deadline to guarantee these fixed prices, regardless of whether we are playing Championship or Premier League football in 2017-18! Once this ‘early bird’ sales period ends in four weeks’ time, all sales to current non-ST holders will be taken off sale until our divisional status is established at the end of the Royals’ campaign. Remaining seats will then go back on general sale at a higher price should the club earn a place in the Premier League.

Click here for full details and an in depth break down of our 2017-18 Season Ticket prices, information on further savings available via the referral scheme, and news of finance options we can recommend to supporters signing up for a Season Ticket for next season.

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