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Montrose midfielder Paul Watson helps to promote the season ticket deal

Montrose midfielder Paul Watson helps to promote the season ticket deal

Montrose Football Club has announced that season tickets for the forthcoming season will go on sale on Saturday (June 21).

Once again, early bird discount prices are available for those purchasing tickets before Saturday, June 28.

Season tickets will be available for conventional ground entry as well as for entry to the Willie Johnston Lounge, where members can enjoy pre and post match bar facilities, complimentary programme, teamlines and half-time refreshments.

Early bird ground prices: Adults £175, OAP/Under-16 £100. Early Bird Willie Johnston Lounge prices: Adults £295.00; OAP/Under 16 £195.

Early Bird tickets can be purchased at the following times from Links Park Stadium: Saturday, June 21 - 11 a.m. to 12 noon; Tuesday, June 24, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m.; Thursday, June 26, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. and Saturday, June 28, 11 a.m. to 12 noon.

After Saturday, June 28, tickets can be purchased by contacting the club on 01674 673200 and normal prices will apply.

Standard ground prices: Adults £195; OAP/Under-16 £110. Standard Willie Johnston Lounge prices: Adults £325; OAP/Under 16 £215.

League admission prices will be £12 for an adult and £6 for an OAP/Under-16.

The club is also offering junior season tickets for £10. However, children between the age of five and 12 can ‘upgrade’ to membership of the new ‘Mighty Mo Membership Club’ - which is an additional £15.

The scheme, run by Links Park Community Trust in association with MFC, include benefits such as the guarantee of walking out with the team at Links Park as a match day mascot.

Members will also be able to participate in an informal ‘kick-about’ at Links Park prior to Montrose FC home matches, and will also receive goodies such as an MFC autograph sheet and a Christmas Card from MFC and LPCT.

Chairman Derek Sim said: “I would like to thank our season ticket holders for all their support over the years. For a small club like ours, the sale of season tickets provides an injection of funds at a very important time. Having held our prices firm for the last three years we have unfortunately had to apply a small increase this time around but our Early Bird discount offer will hopefully encourage all our regulars, and others to snap them up quickly.”

 

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