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Notts County announce season ticket package amendments


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Notts County have announced a number of amendments to the 2019-20 season ticket packages in wake of the club's relegation to the National League.

The previously-announced adult and senior renewal prices have been reduced by more than £30, starting from £276 and £184 respectively, while a 22-25 age category has also been introduced.

Current season ticket holders will have their seats reserved until Friday 31 May, after which time they will be released for general sale, as per the official club website.

In addition, to allow fans more time to make a decision, the renewal deadline has also been moved from Friday 10 May to Monday 1 July.

Adults and seniors who have already renewed will be able to claim a refund on the difference in price by visiting the Meadow Lane ticket office or calling 0115 955 7210.

For more information, check out the club website.

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The club had to lower the pricing, the silly thing is they would have only done this due to the lack of sales. Not because it was the right thing to do.

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Glad its finally been done, i wouldnt say its a great saving but better than nothing. Probably the most expensive season ticket in the national league but i bet its the most expensive ground to keep going there too.

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The club had to do something, if the sales aren't happening and that's what is needed - you do the common sense. I think they should have lowered them a bit more, even if the club had survived the drop.

Repay that amazing support we have given.

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I think they should have lowered them quite a bit, I don't see many adults taking it up and my family are on about not renewing but paying on the day.

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