The Widnes Wild are delighted to announce that the best fans in the league will be able to renew their season tickets for exactly the same cost as least season.
Wild back room staff have been working tirelessly to make sure that the â€˜Wild Onesâ€™ are given the best entertainment at a favourable price. Head Coach Scott Mckenzie had this to say about the launch of the 2016/17 Season Tickets;
â€œWe believe that Â£70 for a season ticket is a great price. This provides our fans entry to 14 Home games throughout the season, opportunity to choose their own seat for the year as well as discount to our End of Season Awards Evening at the end of the 2016/17 season.â€
â€œHad the team been promoted then a restructure would have been needed but due to the team staying in NIHL2 Laidler Conference, we felt it was important to maintain our prices and build our fan base further. There is no question that we have the best support in NIHL2, we want that to continue into next season so keeping the price the same was the best option for us as a club.â€
The Wild are also offering an Early Bird Season Ticket until the 31st of May. Fans will have a short opportunity to purchase their adult tickets for just Â£60, which can also be paid for in two instalments of Â£31 (first to be paid by 31st of April 2016, 2nd to be paid by 31st of May 2016).
Kids (under 16) can also benefit from the early bird offer and are able to get a season ticket for just Â£25.00, a Â£10 discount on the normal price,Â and registeredÂ junior Wild players get into allÂ home games for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Fans can collect their season ticket application form from Silver Blades Ice Rink Widnes from today or by clicking here. All payments will go through the box office at the ice rink. You can pay over the phone to secure your season ticket but we will require an application form to be filled out along with a passport photo of the Season Ticket Holder.
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