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Bristol Flyers 2017/18 Season Cards Back On Sale

Season cards for the 2017/18 BBL campaign are now back on sale until Wednesday, May 31st at 5pm.

  • Prices from just £8 per game for adults
  • £3 per game for Under-12s including FREE replica jersey
  • Hospitality, VIP courtside and courtside season cards on sale for the first time

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During the advanced sales period, Bristol Flyers sold a club record number of season cards. Now new prices have been revealed for the next period of sales, which has increased by five per cent for adult, senior citizen, under-25 and under-22 rates

The hugely popular £50 Under-12 season card, which includes a FREE replica jersey remains available with no price rise. Prices for under-19 season cards also remains unchanged. Adult prices start from £8 per game.

Fans can also opt to upgrade to a PLUS membership for an additional £20. PLUS membership offers 15% discount on merchandise at the WISE Arena, £5 off Bristol City and Bristol Rugby league match tickets, 15% off Flyers hospitality tickets, plus much more.

For the first time ever, Bristol Flyers are also offering hospitality and VIP season card packages, which include the added benefit of including ALL Bristol Flyers home games in 2017/18, including non-season card eligible fixtures such as potential play-off ties.

The deadline for the latest sales period is Wednesday, May 31st at 5pm. Then from Monday, June 5th at 10am season card prices will increase by ten per cent.

It’s been another great year for the Flyers, and we’ve seen record-breaking crowds at SGS WISE Arena.

With every 2017 game a sell out, a season card is the most cost-effective way of guaranteeing your seat for Bristol Flyers home games and once again, we remain one of the cheapest in the BBL.

Due to the limited capacity at the SGS WISE Arena, Bristol Flyers season cards will be capped and sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Click here for a full breakdown of Bristol Flyers 2017/18 season card prices.

*All prices are inclusive of fees

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