Coventry City have already sold over 1,200 Season Tickets for the 2022/23 campaign, during less than 48 hours of sales!
Season Tickets went on sale at Midday on Wednesday and, as of 9am on Friday, figures had already passed 1,200.
Amongst the most competitively priced in the Sky Bet Championship, the Season Tickets will secure Sky Blues fans their seats at the Coventry Building Society Arena next season and make sure they are there for every game, every goal and every moment in the 2022/23 campaign.
Season Tickets are available to buy now at eticketing.co.uk/CCFC or the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena. Please note they are not available to buy on home matchdays.
Adult Season Tickets will be priced at £345 in the Early Bird period, working out at only £15 per game. Concessions are £276, which is £12 per game, with Young Sky Blues (Under 18s) priced £184 (£8 per game).
Junior Sky Blues Under 16 can get a Season Ticket for just £92 while JSB Under 13s Season Tickets will continue to be FREE for the 2022/23 campaign, making the Sky Blues one of the only Clubs in the Sky Bet Championship to continue to do so.
A range of Premium Memberships are available too for fans who want to enjoy next season from hospitality.
2021/22 Season Ticket holder seats are reserved for them until 5:30pm on Tuesday 19th April, at which time they will be released for sale, while the Early Bird pricing period will last until midnight on 25th April.
Coventry City Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“We are delighted with the early uptake for 2022/23 Season Tickets.
“The comments from supporters that we have received have been very positive.
“Many have said that they are pleased with the pricing and that the Season Tickets remain fantastic value for money and accessible for supporters, which was important in our thinking.
“Sales of Season Tickets provides a vital revenue for the Club as we plan ahead for next season and is the best value way to support the Sky Blues at each game next season.
“While there is still just over 6 weeks until the Early Bird deadline, we’re very grateful to those fans who have secured their seat so early.”