City reduce concessionary admission rates

PUBLISHED: 14:44 13 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS City has reduced its concessionary admission rates for the remainder of the season in an attempt to entice more people to Clarence Park. Entry for concessions is now £2.50, a saving of £2.50, while under-12s will be admitted for just £1 again a saving

ST ALBANS City has reduced its concessionary admission rates for the remainder of the season in an attempt to entice more people to Clarence Park.

Entry for concessions is now £2.50, a saving of £2.50, while under-12s will be admitted for just £1 again a saving of £2.

Alongside the reductions in admission prices the club is also starting a new initiative where season ticket holders of football clubs in the Premiership, Championship, League One, League Two and Conference Premier can gain entry to the Saints' home games for just £5 (Season tickets must be shown at the turnstile).

Saints chairman John Gibson told the club's official website: "We understand that times are tough economically and it's up to us to ensure that people locally want to come to Clarence Park and follow the Saints. I hope to see supporters both young and old taking advantage of this offer.

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