The prices are frozen from last season with single matches costing £12 for an adult and £10 for concessions. Under 16’s will remain at £3 and Under 11’s accompanied by a paying adult will continue to gain free entry to the ground.
Season tickets will be £200 for adults and £175 for concessions. Under 16’s will be £45 for the season but, again, Under 11’s will be admitted free with a paying adult, though they won’t be issued with a season ticket. Disabled carers will not be issued with free season tickets, however, they will be admitted free to all matches when they’re accompanying a disabled supporter (upon production of valid credentials).
The stand transfer will remain at £2 per match but car parking will rise to £3 per game. Season passes are available for both, stand transfer will cost £25 with parking at £50 for the length of the campaign.
“I know a lot of people will be disappointed that we haven’t dropped the prices” said Chairman Jimmy Ginnelly “but hopefully they’ll understand that we still have a long way to go to clear up the financial mess that we’ve been left with.”
Commercial Manager Mark Grimes was pleased to announce that the club are offering the option of paying for season tickets in three monthly instalments. “Tickets will be ready for collection when all three payments have been made” said Grimes “this was a very popular arrangement for Boro’ fans till it was stopped a number of years ago. I know not every fan can pay in one go so hopefully this will help our loyal supporters and encourage more to invest in a season ticket this year. The ticket will include all 21 League games, pre-season home friendlies (once the ticket has been paid in full) and all Under 21 home matches.”
The tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from the Club Office during normal office hours.
Updated 08:44 - 16 May 2019 by Adam Etheridge