There are now fewer than 50 Ricoh Return Memberships left available!
The Memberships for the Sky Blues’ return to Coventry went on sale last month and already over 7,900 have been snapped up by the Sky Blue Army.
Memberships are currently limited to 8,000 (25% of the Ricoh Arena capacity) and fans are urged to buy as soon as possible to make sure they don’t miss out!
All Season Ticket holders seats from 2018/19 will continue to be reserved until Coronavirus restrictions are lifted, to ensure fans who may not wish to buy currently while there is the possibility of restrictions do not lose their preferred seats.
Adult supporters will be able to buy a Membership with Season Ticket for just £299 - purchasing a Season Ticket through your Ricoh Return Membership will be the cheapest way of supporting the Sky Blues at all matches next season that are open to supporters.
Supporters who had a Championship Club Membership in 2020/21 or a Season Ticket in 2019/20 will also receive a shop voucher when they purchase their Membership as an additional thank you following the impact of COVID on those seasons – this will be a £25 voucher for those who bought an Adult/Concession package, or £10 for Under 16s. Fans will have until the end of 2021 to use this voucher.
All Members will receive a limited-edition replica shirt specially designed to commemorate the Sky Blues return to Coventry! This exclusive and high-value item will not be available to purchase in the Club Shop or online, and is only for Members.
Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“As we approach the end of this season, sales continue to be very good for the Ricoh Return Memberships as our fans anticipate next season and the return of the Club to Coventry.
“We urge fans to buy as soon as possible to make sure they purchase before we reach the 8000 capacity for the Ricoh Return Membership, which is 25% of the Ricoh Arena’s capacity.
“The Membership package offers fantastic value and will be the cheapest way of supporting Mark Robins and the Sky Blues in the 2021/22 campaign back in Coventry.”