‘Well fans have until close of business today to take up the fantastic ‘Early Bird’ discount on Season Tickets.
It has been an absolutely fantastic last year for the Fir Pakers with a Co-operative Insurance Cup Semi Final, a top-six finish and, on Saturday, a Scottish Cup Final.
You can help us repeat that by backing Stuart McCall and the lads in 2011/2012.
Incredibly, you can save as much as £637 as compared to pay-at-the-gate prices each week*and an adult and two juveniles ticket in the Davie Cooper Stand costs just £290
That’s not where the value ends though… Other than demonstrating your loyalty to Motherwell Football Club, why else should you become a Season Ticket Holder at Fir Park for 2011/12?
- Claim up to two Under 16 season tickets absolutely free of charge in the Davie Cooper Stand.
- Hire any of our fabulous function suites at Fir Park free of charge!
- Get priority purchasing (if required) for tickets for European or Cup games.
- New for 2011/12: Through our new WELLevate scheme, claim a Under 12 season ticket absolutely free of charge in either the East or Phil O’Donnell Stands.
- New for 2011/12: Take advantage of our new scheme which entitles any Season Ticket holder to a range of discounts and offers from a variety of businesses throughout Lanarkshire and beyond including McDonalds, KFC, Brewers Fayre, Subway, Livingwell Health Club, Evans Halshaw, Pizza Hut and many, many more…
Easier to buy…
As ever, we’ve made buying your Motherwell Season Ticket as easy as possible. We will, once again, run the interest free option where fans can spread payments over four months (May, June, July and August) without incurring any additional charges.
If you want to spread payments, Zebra Finance will also return to offer the facility to pay over a 10-month period (19.9% APR).
How to buy…
For a full price breakdown, Click Here
*Based on the 1x Adult and 2x Free Juvenile Season Ticket comparing to pay-at-the-gate prices of 15 Standard Games, 4 Premium Games and 1 Cup game (Cup game price average of £15 for adults and £5 for concessions).