Despite the difficult circumstances, Coventry City sold over 500 Season Tickets within 24 hours of them going on sale.
Following last week’s announcement of groundshare at St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy stadium, Season Tickets for home matches went on sale at 4pm on Monday afternoon.
Season Tickets have been reduced in price and the Premium Zone scrapped for the 2019/20 campaign. Season Tickets are priced £260 for adults in the Early Bird period, while JSB Under 13s are free.
Meanwhile, Premium Memberships are also available from £375+vat for adults, while Executive Boxes are on sale too.
Dave Boddy, Coventry City Chief Executive, said: “This is not the situation anyone wants to be in, but we are pleased with the uptake of Season Tickets so far, and thank everyone who has purchased already.
“Last year, it took us a week to reach even 118 Season Tickets sold, so the support is very humbling. While we would not expect us to reach the numbers we did last year, it would be great to see as many fans as possible there.
“As we said, we fully understand and respect the difficult choice our fans face, and we know that those who may choose not to attend, do so with a heavy heart but still in full support of their team.
“We know that fans who do attend, and do buy Season Tickets, may not endorse the groundshare situation, but are there to support their team and we are really grateful.”
“We are still working on travel and car parking arrangements for next season, and as soon as these are finalised we will communicate them to supporters.
“There have been many other questions from fans generally, whether it is about PSL holders or the Wall of Fame and Garden of Remembrance at the Ricoh Arena, and we again will look to let fans know details regarding these important and sensitive aspects of the situation we find ourselves in as soon as we are able to do so.”
“We thank everyone for their support and for their patience at this time.”