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19th May 2009 8:30

18 May 2009

910 so far

Mansfield Town's season ticket campaign has seen 910 tickets old towards their 3,000 target.
Fans will be able to purchase their new season ticket for £195 instead of last years' £320 cost but the club need 3,000 paying adults to hit their budget.

The club are counting two concessions as one adult and by the end of today they had sold 784 adults and 252 concessions.


Stags season tickets: It's time for action
CHAD.co.uk, 14 May 2009, By John Lomas
MANSFIELD Town Football Club fans have less than three weeks to take advantage of the club's revolutionary season ticket deal which, if a minimum of 3,000 adults take it up, will allow them to buy tickets for £195 full adult, £99 concession and U13s free.

Full story at CHAD.co.uk here


738 adults so far...
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Perry video interview on Season Ticket roadshow --->

581 adults so far...
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581 adults
15 juniors
125 OAP
40 student
122 U13


Stags ticket campaign hits the road
12 May 2009
Mansfield Town are taking their Season Ticket campaign on the road in and around Mansfield, Ashfield and its surrounding areas.
At the start of last month, the club announced that they would be slashing Season Ticket prices for next season should they reach the target of 3,000 in adult buyers.

To learn more about the scheme, where adults pay just £195 for a season ticket, visit the club's website – http://www.mansfieldtown.net.

Three of the club's show girls will be in attendance at the venues below along with some of the players to help complete the forms.

Below is the itinerary for the club's "Season Ticket Road Shows" which will mount between now and the end of the month.

Supporters are advised to come along if they want to meet the players, fill in an application form or if they have any queries about Season Tickets.

Friday 15th May - Asda, Forest Town - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Friday 15th May Mansfield Market Place - 10am to noon.

Saturday 16th May - Sandy Pate Bar at Field Mill - 9.30pm to 11.30pm.

Monday 18th May - Asda, Forest Town - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Tuesday 19th May - Mansfield Library Theatre - 10am to noon.

Wednesday 20th May - Sainsbury's on Nottingham Road, Mansfield - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Friday 22nd May Tesco, Chesterfield Road - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Friday 22nd May - Mansfield Market Place - 10am to 12 noon.

Saturday 23rd May - Asda, Forest Town - 9.30pm to 11.30pm.

Tuesday 26th May - Mansfield Market Place.

Wednesday 27th May - Tesco, Chesterfield Road - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Friday 29th May - Mansfield Library Theatre.

Friday 29th May - Asda, Sutton in Ashfield - 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Saturday 30th May - Asda, Sutton in Ashfield - 9.30pm to 11.30pm.


Earlier story:
Season-ticket sales continue to struggle
Holdsworth calls on Stags' fans to sign up to ticket deal
CHAD.co.uk, 05 May 2009, By John Lomas
DESPITE all the pleas to get behind Mansfield Town, the club had still only sold 459 season tickets towards the magic 3,000 as Chad went to press.


Stags have offered fans a superb cut-prrice season ticket deal, but it would only be viable if 3,000 take it up by the end of this month.

David Holdsworth's hopes of signing players rest on it and he said: "Are we as big a club as we believe we are? The chairman, myself and the players believe but we need the fans to believe too.

"Please come and sign up for the season tickets, we need you on board now.

"No one has a divine right to get out of this league. But you won't get a more hard-working board anywhere in this league."



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