Harriers to cut admission prices across the board for upcoming home game…
By Matty Paddock - 05/12/2019
Posted 2 months ago
HARRIERS will be slashing admission prices across the board for the first home league game of 2020.
The Reds host Blyth Spartans in National League North on Saturday, 4 January 2019 (3:00pm).
With a busy spell of home games at the end of 2020 in mind, and the ever-rising cost of the festive period on families, we’ve made the decision to substantially reduce the prices fans pay on the turnstile.
For that game, a key league clash, admission across Aggborough Stadium will be £10 adults and £5 concessions, with all those under the age of 16 free.
Speaking about the initiative, Commercial Manager Paul Biggerstaff said: “We are actively working to try and find ways to reward Harriers fans for their loyalty and this seems a good place to start.
“Christmas is an exceptionally busy and expensive time for everyone, especially when you factor in the number of home games we’ve had in December.
“Football without fans is nothing, so we look forward to welcoming as many of them as possible to Aggborough…” Paul Biggerstaff
“The Blyth game is shaping up to be a big one, so we want to surround the team with as much support as possible.”
This cut-price promotion is set to be one of five key community and supporter-related initiatives the club will introduce between now and the end of the season.
It is part of a commitment from the club’s new owners to re-energize the local community’s support for the club, while also giving something back to hard-working local people.
To also offer some benefit to Season Ticket holders attending the game, we’re also offering a a discount on match day programmes on the day, with the first 50 Season Ticket holders visiting the Club Shop able to purchase one for just £2.00. We’re also looking to offer further value to Season Ticket holders between now and the end of the season.
Paul added: “We’re looking at a range of initiatives to offer value to our most dedicated fans to show that their backing isn’t taken for granted, and also to attract new people to get behind the club.
“Football without fans is nothing, so we look forward to welcoming as many of them as possible to Aggborough for the match against Blyth and remaining home fixtures thereafter.”