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Cables freeze price of season tickets for 2021-22

Prescot Cables FC have announced that season ticket prices for the 2021-22 season have been frozen at £120 for Adults, £70 Concessions and just £10. 

The club released a statement saying:  “The on-going disruptions to just about every aspect of life appear to be easing and after a great showing by the national team at the delayed Euro2020 tournament every football supporter in the country is very much looking forward to the new season getting underway in August.

“We are also delighted to confirm that season ticket prices have been frozen at £120 for Adults, £70 Concessions and just £10.  We believe these prices represent incredible value for money, as it entitles the ticket holder to entry to all 18 Pitching In Northern Premier League home games, which is a 20% saving on the cost of standard entry to these games.

“We have also confirmed that anyone who purchased a season ticket for the curtailed 2020-21 campaign will automatically have their season ticket carried over to the coming season, free of charge.

“As we are a community club we are also incredibly proud to once again be able to offer our Emergency Services Blue Light Season Ticket, offering up to 50 complementary season tickets for members of the Police Force, Fire Brigade or NHS as a ‘Thank You’ for their hard work during the pandemic”.

For more details on these packages, people can go to their website at: www.prescotcablesafc.com

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