Date: 28th February 2009 at 5:55pm
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Ipswich Town have revealed their season ticket prices for the 2009/2010 campaign, with a number of incentives to get more fans to Portman Road.

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The club will freeze prices on season tickets, but most interestingly, those who buy a season ticket before the ‘Early Bird’ deadline before 4th April 2009 will be eligible for a 50% refund on it if Ipswich are promoted to the Premiership this season.

Originally, fans who bought a season ticket for this campaign were only eligible for this rebate, but now the club have extended this offer to new fans. The 50% refund also applies is Ipswich are promoted to the Premier League next season.

An incentive to get younger fans on board also sees the club keeping the U11 season ticket which costs just a tenner when bought with an adult ticket.

Furthermore, the club have extended the four month interest free option on their season ticket to eight, for those fans who want to spread the costs of their payments. However, this only applies to those who sign up for a season ticket before 4th April.

Along with the renewal forms, fans will receive a letter from owner Marcus Evans, who outlines his vision for the club, which is also available on the club site.

He said: ‘Since becoming involved with Ipswich Town I have been working to create a financially stable club that has the ability to get to the Premier League and to stay there.

‘Some of us were at Stamford Bridge in January for our FA Cup fourth round match against Chelsea. I certainly got a feel for the standard of football I want to see us regularly involved in.

‘I am continuing to invest in our quest for promotion, I am asking you if you will do the same by buying your season ticket for 2009/10.’


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