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NEWS: Coventry City confirm match ticket prices for the 2019-20 season

5 July 2019

Coventry City can confirm match ticket prices for the 2019/20 season.

Ticket prices for the upcoming 2019/20 SkyBet League One season have been reduced for the home matches, which will be played at the St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium, with Adults only £20.

The Club understands the difficult situation in regards to the groundshare for the new season and respect that fans may not wish to make the trip to Birmingham, but in light of current circumstances, ticket prices have been reduced.

Also, there will no price change for advanced purchases or on the day and cash turnstile purchases this season, with a fixed price for all games.

As well as the removal of advanced and on the day prices, there will also be no booking fees added on to ticket prices, with all fees included in the published ticket price.

Adult tickets will be available for £20, Concessions £15, Under 18s £10, while JSB Under 13s can get a free ticket to any league game when accompanied by a paying adult, with JSB Under 16s tickets are just £5.

The Concession category includes all students (with valid NUS card), alongside Seniors (60+), Young Adults (21 and Under) and members of the Armed Forces.

Match Packages will also be available, with 6 and 12 Match Package options available to reduce the price of tickets further – details on these options will be confirmed shortly.

Upon the release of the matchday ticket prices Dave Boddy, CCFC Chief Executive, said: "We’re pleased to announce the matchday ticket prices for the 2019/20 season.

"We have reduced matchday ticket prices, along with removing the increase in prices on the day of fixtures. Booking fees are included in the price, so this should be simpler for fans.

"Season Tickets remain the best value way of supporting the team throughout the season, while details of our Match Packages will be available soon.

"We understand that this is a difficult situation for supporters and understand that some fans will be reluctant to travel to Birmingham, but by reducing matchday ticket prices we hope fans will be encouraged to support Mark Robins and his side."

Match Tickets for all games at St Andrew's up until the end of 2019 will go on sale at 9am on Monday 8th July.


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