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Bristol Flyers Announce 2017/18 Season Card Prices

2017/18 SEASON CARDS OFFER SEVEN GAMES FOR FREE!

  • Prices from just £8 per game for adults
  • £3 per game for Under-12s including FREE replica jersey
  • Family ticket from just £19 per game
  • Deadline for renewals is April 3rd at 9am
  • Season cards go off sale April 21st

Flyers season cards for 2017/18 will go on sale from Monday, March 20th - offering fans the best possible prices, with adults paying the equivalent of £8 a game!

Following a record number of season card holders this year, there has been unprecedented interest from supporters wanting to fly with us for the 2017/18 season.

As a result, we will once again be increasing the number of season cards available, with a priority renewal period for existing season card holders taking place from 10am on Monday, March 20th to 5pm on Tuesday, April 4th.

Season cards will then be made available to Forever Bristol members from 10am on Wednesday, April 5th. Any remaining season cards will then go on general sale on Monday, April 10th at 10am. All season card sales will end on Friday, April 21st at 5pm.

The Bristol Flyers season card package will again reward loyalty by including PLUS membership – which usually costs £20 – for free to everyone who renews during the advanced sales period. 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.

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

With every game sold out so far this year, a 2017/18 season card is the most cost-effective way of guaranteeing your seat for every Bristol Flyers home game and once again, we remain one of the cheapest in the BBL.

Click here to download a full breakdown of Bristol Flyers advanced season card prices.


 

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