Clarets offer a flexi ticket to their fans
8:20am Tuesday 3rd December 2013 in Sport
BURNLEY are extending a ticketing offer for supporters after the Clarets stellar start to their Championship campaign.
The Clarets drew up the Flexi Ticket scheme in a bid to tempt those fans who could not stretch to forking out for a full season ticket.
And after seeing the success of their initial promotion, bolstered by Burnley’s best-ever league start, officials have decided to extend the initiative to the end of the season.
Six or four match package deals have been drawn up, with only the Leeds United fixture on March 15 excluded from the deal.
The prices for the flexi ticket, range from £88 to £140, depending on the number of games, and £25 to £45 for under-18s with the New Year’s Day clash with Huddersfield that first available game.
And while premium packages all access to available seats anywhere in the ground, the standard alternative is limited to the lower half of the James Hargreaves Stand and the Jimmy McIlroy Stand, either upper or lower tiers.
The deal would also not apply to end-of-season play-off games.
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