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Ballymena United favourite Gary McCutcheon applauds the fans (Picture: Darren Kidd/


FOLLOWING the unanimous success of last year's season ticket sales which produced record sales Ballymena United have decided to reward supporters loyalty by freezing prices this year.

After increasing sales by almost 25% last season the football club are calling on their loyal supporters to get behind Roy Walker's new look team for the forthcoming 2011/2012 campaign as tickets went on sale on the club’s official website at the weekend.

Again, like last year, United supporters will be able to avail of early purchase discount scheme whereby those who order or renew their season ticket before Friday 1st July, 2011 will receive money off.

This discount is on top of the great discount for regular supporters will receive for purchasing their season ticket which will also financially benefit the club during a financially difficult time.

Ballymena United’s Company Secretary, Neil Coleman is keen to get new supporters signed up; "After last year’s success with our season ticket campaign we are calling on the Sky Blue fans to get behind the club once more!

"We understand the financial commitment involved in supporting a football club and we are indebted to our supporters, so we will strive to offer the best deals to suit every type of fan and would urge you to help support your local club this summer."

Another first this season will season the ‘Student’ ticket which will be sold at the same rates as the concessionary ticket and will give greater discount for United followers in full-time education. A full list of available tickets and prices are available online.

Supporters can purchase their season tickets quickly and securely online at the club’s website and also at Stirling Trophies at Queen’s Street.

For any queries please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and any local business that would wish to work in partnership with the United Season Ticket scheme to help promote their business should get in contact also at the earliest opportunity.

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