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Watford have sold almost 1,500 new season tickets so far
9:00am Friday 22nd March 2013 in Sport
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Hornets are reporting brisk trade after their season tickets earlybird window – offering frozen prices for 2012/13 renewers – opened earlier this week.
Nearly 1,500 2013/14 season tickets have already been purchased, with new applicants making up over 200 of that figure.
“It’s great to see so many fans already taking us up on the earlybird offer,” said Richard Walker, the club’s head of supporter communication & sales.
“We’re expecting a spike in activity around the Burnley matchday, just after March payday for many people, although online renewing is proving very popular.
“Building on last year’s figure, we would expect to see over half of all those who renew to do so online, which means our ticket office staff can spend longer helping those enquiring about buying a season ticket for the first time or other popular options such as the ten-month direct debit scheme.”
Watford fans have until before the 5.20pm kick-off on Saturday, April 6 (v Cardiff City) to take advantage of the advertised earlybird prices.