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NEWS: Coventry City FC Season Ticket sales surpass the 5,000 mark as the club continue to outsell last years figures

22 July 2016

The Sky Blues continue to outperform last year's Season Ticket sales in the run up to the new League One campaign...

Coventry City have witnessed an upsurge in Season Ticket sales for the approaching 2016/17 season, having doubled last year’s figures within the first three weeks of sales. 

The club are continuing to outsell the 2015/16 season’s summer uptake and with the figure now surpassing the 5,000 milestone, sales are beginning to draw close to the 7,000 target needed to trigger the new Money Back initiative.

To date, 5,057 regular Season Tickets have been sold! That total is higher than the overall number of Season Tickets sold as of the opening day of the 2015/16 campaign. 

Coventry City were third in the overall League One table for average home attendances across the 2015/16 season, having witnessed a 34.7% increase on the previous season and the club are looking to better that this campaign! 

Please note: Season Ticket sales will come to a close on Friday 5th August, ahead of the start of the League One campaign on Saturday 6th August. 

2016/17 BREAK DOWN:

Premium Zone: 1,697 
Standard Plus: 1,129 
Standard Zone: 2,231 
Total: 5,057


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Supporters can purchase their 2016/17 Season Ticket(s) through 10 instalments using the Zebra Finance option. 

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Disabled Supporters can purchase in-person at the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office, as well as via the new email service: Up to date proof of disability will be required.

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