Date: 2nd April 2010 at 6:09pm
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ACCRINGTON Stanley have released their Season Ticket prices for the coming 2010/11 season, and they look set to be the cheapest tickets in the Football League.

Details of the tickets where meant to be released tomorrow morning (Saturday 3rd), but on Friday evening the prices were released early, meaning we can bring them to you even sooner than first billed.

The season ticket books are set to go on general sale from April 19th at the ticket office at The Crown Ground.

Once again an early bird discount is available, providing you purchase your ticket before May 4, meaning an Adult ticket can be snapped up for an amazing £160 for the terrace and just £185 for a seated ticket.

For concessions (16-18) it becomes cheaper again with terrace tickets costing just £130, and £145 for a seat, while under 16s and full-time students can buy for £75. Full time Students would need to prove their education status on purchase. Under 12s can get season tickets for free under the Junior Reds scheme.

There is a slight increase on prices once the early bird cut off point has been passed with adult season tickets priced at £207 and £230, concessions £160 and £180, and tickets for under 16s and full-time students cost £90.

Price Tariffs:
*When purchased before the early bird cut off point of May 4:

Terrace; Adult – £160, Concession – £130, Under 16 & Student – £75.

Seated; Adult – £185, Concession – £145, Under 16 & Student – £75.

When purchased after the early bird cut off point of May 4:

Terrace; Adult – £207, Concession – £160, Under 16 & Student – £90.

Seated; Adult – £230, Concession – £180, Under 16 & Student – £90.

*All tickets bought before Stanley`s early bird deadline also receive £40 of club vouchers.