02:09PM, Thursday 11 May 2017
Match day and season ticket prices for Maidenhead United’s first season in the National League have been announced by the club on Twitter.
Full details of the pricing structure for next season were set out on the club’s website today (Thursday).
The cost of entry to York Road is set to rise, with adult match day tickets now £15, concessions (students, over 65s and the unemployed) £10 and u16s £5. However, Junior Magpies will continue to get free entry to all home matches.
Adult season tickets are available for £150, with concessions £110 and teenagers and u20s £80, and supporters can also reserve their seat for the season for an additional £125.
Reserved seating is available for those who have bought a season ticket or junior Magpies membership.
Season tickets can be purchased online from the Maidenhead United website or fans can make a postal application, paying in cheque using a form downloadable from the website.
The Junior Magpies form is also available on the club's website.
The club will contact all season tickets holders to confirm when their ticket is available for collection from York Road. They are expected to be ready for collection from the start of pre-season in July. Concessions and u20s season ticket applicants will need to provide proof of eligibility/age when collecting their tickets.
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