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Notts County season ticket holders to get exclusive discount for next season's packages


Notts County chairman Alan Hardy has announced that current season ticket holders will benefit from a discount should they wish to renew for next season.

Prior to the change of ownership, the Magpies had endured a difficult campaign which saw them freefalling towards League Two's relegation places, though the last few weeks have seen the team rally round and give themselves hope of survival.

An email sent out by Hardy to season ticket holders sees him acknowledge concerns that, due to reduced ticket prices since he took over, fans may feel that their packages are being devalued.

The email says: "As you will be aware, since becoming chairman and owner I have made it my priority to engage with the local community and increase attendances by putting a number of ticketing initiatives in place.

"Quite rightly, a number of season ticket holders have voiced concern that their package is being devalued as a result of the reduced pricing. I would therefore like to assure you that 2016-17 season ticket holders will benefit from an exclusive discount on season tickets for the 2017-18 campaign. I will confirm full details in due course.

"In addition, I can confirm that your Bring a Friend voucher, if you haven’t already used it, is valid for any of this season’s remaining home matches.

"I apologise for any frustration caused by the reduction in matchday pricing - it is fully understandable. However I am sure you share my desire for bigger attendances at Meadow Lane."

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Alan Hardy will soon learn some fans will just complain (whether right or wrong), also that some people will just want something in return because someone else has gotten another deal. I don't care remotely about that, though I do understand why some fans have expressed concern.

Personally, I just want to see Meadow Lane buzzing and busy.

Hopefully this will keep the peace but some tweets I have seen are just amusing.

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as joe says people just moan and want things, tho reading alans tweets it would seem a change of heart from him and this response shows the business side of him (instead of the laddy outspoken twitter user).

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I agree with the above , it's good AH has shown great initiative and enticed fans back to the Lane , I'm sure everyone will benefit from his astute business sense all across the board, then ones can be ignored who are just moaning for the sake of it , on this occasion valid points raised though. 

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