Coventry City will be extending the second Early Bird deadline to midnight on Friday 8th June.
The deadline was set to be midnight on Sunday 3rd June, but has now been extended following the Sky Blues’ promotion back to SkyBet League One and Manager Mark Robins signing a new contract with the club.
Adults are from £322, while concessions are £247.50. JSB Under 13s continue to be FREE when accompanied by a paying adult, while the Young Sky Blue rate continues to extend junior discounts to under 18s.
Fans can purchase online at eticketing.co.uk/CCFC or by calling 0844 453 9134. Season Tickets are also available at the Butts Park Arena Ticket Office, from 10:30am to 4:30pm on weekdays.
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Dave Boddy, Coventry City Chief Executive, said: “Everyone at Coventry City Football Club and in the wider community have had a memorable week, and we’re all now looking forward to the start of the 2018/19 League One season.
“We’re also delighted that Mark Robins has signed a new contract with the club, as well as his Assistant Adi Viveash.
“Having taken over 37,000 fans down to Wembley for the Play-Off Final and seen thousands on the streets for open top bus parade, we all want to see the Ricoh Arena packed as we push for promotion again.
“We’ve extended the Early Bird period to give more fans the chance to purchase at the cheaper prices, and make sure that they are there for all home league games at the lowest available price per game.
“We really do want the club to ‘Rise Together’ – fans, players, staff, businesses and our local community can all play a vital part in us doing that and ensuring we have more amazing moments like we’ve experienced this week.
“We’d encourage fans to get their Season Tickets and be part of this journey and support the team in League One next season.”