Wigan Athletic has once again shown it is a listening club as they extend the season ticket renewal deadline.
Originally season ticket renewals had to be done by June 19th for existing holders to get the best deals possible, but now most will be able to get another pay day in before they need to part with their hard earned.
Prices have been held for the 5th season in a row as most will pay just £275 to see 19 Premier League games at the DW Stadium for the 2011-2012 season. Even new season ticket holders will get a prime deal.
• PRICE FREEZE ON ALL RENEWALS
• NO V.A.T. INCREASES
• PRICES FROZEN FOR THE 5th YEAR
• EARLY BIRD OFFERS FOR NEW CUSTOMERS
• FAMILY/DAD & LAD PACKAGES FROM JUST £250
• UNDER 21s CONCESSION PRICES FROM JUST £190
• UNDER 11s FROM JUST £50
• SPREAD THE COST BY PAYING IN INSTALLMENTS
Roberto Martinez is building a squad for the years ahead, and YOU can be there with them every step of the way in 2011-12.
After the superb survival victory at Stoke, Latics fans can now look forward to a magnificent seventh season of Barclays Premier League football at the DW- and fans can book their places for another season of entertainment.
Prices have been frozen for the 5th year in succession for all existing season ticket holders, with adult packages starting at just £250. That’s just £13.16 per game.
New purchasers can also take advantage of an Early Bird, if they purchase before July 17, with full price adult packages starting at just £270. That’s just £14.21 per game.
Incredible value and still the cheapest way to watch your favourite football team take on the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal in the best, most competitive league in world football.
The Club has also maintained its Under 21s price of £190
Under 16s season tickets remain at £140 while Under 11s can buy a season ticket for £50 and Under 5’s can watch for FREE .
Roberto Martinez paid this tribute to the Latics fans: "With your patience and understanding this season, you have made a real difference again.
"The atmosphere you have generated at the DW has been brilliant and makes me so proud to be the manager of this fantastic club that means so much to all of us.
"The supporters have a vital role to play as we attempt to move Latics onto the next level and I hope that everyone books their seat for next season, because it’s going to be really exciting again!"
Dave Whelan, Wigan Athletic Chairman, said: "We have enjoyed some of the best days in the club’s history again this season and we need the Wigan people to continue getting behind their team.
"In these difficult economic times, everyone is feeling the pinch and I am delighted that we can offer these fantastic prices for our fans and continue to deliver among the best value football in the Barclays Premier League."
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