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Details of our preseason.
Red season tickets prices have been frozen! They provide excellent value for money, enabling fans to watch all 21 home league games in the upcoming season; which plans to be exciting one and contains plenty of prospect with the arrival of new manager Billy Heath.

Match day entrance prices for the 18/19 campaign:

Adults - £14, Concessions - £10, 16-21 years - £10.

Season ticket prices are as follows:

Adults: £200 (If paid for by 30th May), £210 (If paid for by 30th June), £250 (If paid for after 30th June)

Concessions: £165 (If paid for by 30th May), £175 (If paid for by 30th June), £200 (If paid for after 30th June)

16-21 Years: £90 (If paid for by 30th May), £100 (If paid for by 30th June) £100 (If paid for after 30th June)

ATFC are also offering Matchday Tickets which allows Adults and Concessions to watch 12 home league games this season, the prices for these are as follows:

Adults: £150

Concession: £108
 

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In previous years our site did frequent updates, this year not so much. Last update was a week and a half ago and we were at 700 *shrug*
 

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Wrexham's early bird period has finished = 1,920 ST sold so far
Pretty impressive given our shite ending to last season, and that we've signed just the one player so far. Should imagine we'll tick over to something like 2100-2200 again..?
 

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Pretty impressive given our shite ending to last season, and that we've signed just the one player so far. Should imagine we'll tick over to something like 2100-2200 again..?
Yeah I think we will, a fair few fans are waiting on more signings to come in to make their decision whether to renew or not.
 

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We usually sell about 1,100 and sold 762 as of today so on course for pretty much the usual amount. Good going really after the absolute shambles that was last season.
 

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1750 for us. Deadline for early bird is this week, expect we will have 2000+ by this point then sell a few post deadline depending on the signings made etc.
 

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We hit 2,000 today with the early prices ending on Wednesday, pretty decent showing considering the garbo shit we had to endure last year.
 

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How many did we sell last year? Can’t remember
I think it was around 2,700 and that was with the early prices staying active until the 14th July, no idea why ours is closing on the day of the fixtures being released, could've shifted it back at least a few days.

I'm still to get mine so we can safely whack another 1 onto that total, probably stop around the 2,500 mark I reckon.
 
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York have sold 1100 with 4 days left of early bird offer,think we sold 1200 last season so prob be about same,amazed after worst season in our history
 

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2750 for us. Quite incredible really. Will be 3000 odd by start of season I imagine, maybe few more but if we start well should get 5k at home.
 

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I think it was around 2,700 and that was with the early prices staying active until the 14th July, no idea why ours is closing on the day of the fixtures being released, could've shifted it back at least a few days.

I'm still to get mine so we can safely whack another 1 onto that total, probably stop around the 2,500 mark I reckon.
We've beaten last season's total and are hovering around the 2800 mark,

Incredible really, whodathunkit after the shite of the last few seasons.
 

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Sutton’s neighbours carshalton athletic have announced a pay as you go season ticket. It costs £10 to join and every game attended will cost £5 which I believe is half price (although the bobbins have a cheek charging anyone to watch them).

Good idea or not?
 

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We've beaten last season's total and are hovering around the 2800 mark,

Incredible really, whodathunkit after the shite of the last few seasons.
Bloody good effort from us once again, we’ve been served up plate fulls of shite and we keep coming back for more, surely the moons will align for us this season and we can celebrate some fucking success for a change.
 

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Sutton’s neighbours carshalton athletic have announced a pay as you go season ticket. It costs £10 to join and every game attended will cost £5 which I believe is half price (although the bobbins have a cheek charging anyone to watch them).

Good idea or not?

Whether it's good or not? New ideas are always worth a shot.
 

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Any changes at York?

Is your new ground open yet?

I think the new ground is scheduled to be open for the 2019-20 season? So this will be York's last season at Bootham Crescent before they move to Monks Cross.

Gunna be quite sad really for the older generation with fond memories of Bootham Crescent.
A bit like Feethams the Bootham Crescent site will be used for housing.
 

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I've still never been to Bootham Crescent. I've been in B & B in Bootham Gardens and even parked there, but I missed our 1-1 two years ago because I was in Spain. I'll have to make sure nothing stops me on 20th October, which is also my son's 38th birthday. See you then.
 

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Yep you'll have to get urself's their and pay a visit on the 20th October before the demolition crew get their sweaty mitts on the place. I've been a few times it's a great atmosphere at Bootham Crescent.
 

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Only been to Bootham Crescent once myself, two years ago.

York have just always been one of those those clubs we've either been one league ahead or behind of more often than not. Often been promoted/relegated at the same time.
 

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