Published: 08:57, 06 May 2014 |
Gills have announced season ticket prices for the 2014/15 season, with a 3% price increase on adult tickets.
Prices have been frozen on tickets for under-18s and under-12s for the coming season.
“We have kept any increases as low as possible,” said Gills chairman Paul Scally. “In the case of our under-18 supporters, we have held prices again.
“It’s a strategy that we hope will encourage more under-18s to attend more games at Priestfield next season.
“We have been planning a big push to attract many more younger fans and as such will be launching five new supporters’ clubs in August/September, covering and addressing the needs of all age groups.”
“We have kept any increases as low as possible,” Gills chairman Paul Scally.
Details of those supporters’ groups are expected to be announced later in the summer.
Adult season tickets in the Rainham End for next season are priced at £355 for early purchase – around £15.40 a game – and £380 from June onwards.
The cheapest season ticket, in the Brian Moore stand, costs £275 (roughly £12 per game).
Matchday prices for tickets are £21 (pre-match) and £24 on the day of the game. A pre-match adult ticket in the Brian Moore stand costs £17.
Under-18s in the Rainham End can buy a season ticket for £180 and under-12s, accompanied by an adult, pay £45.
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