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Flyers Announce 2015/16 Season Ticket Prices

Bristol Flyers Basketball Club have announced season ticket prices for the British Basketball League 2015/16 season.

The Flyers are returning for their second season in the top-flight, having successfully made the transition from Basketball England’s Division One last season.

Coach Kapoulas’ men finished last term having secured a spot in the post-season play-offs, becoming the first team in seven years to qualify in their debut season.

Season ticket prices for juniors under the age of 16 will start at £40, the cheapest in the BBL, whilst students under the age of 21 can get a season ticket for just £60.

Further discounts are also available through family tickets, demonstrating the ongoing commitment to value for families.

A 2015/16 season ticket allows supporters to save a third on game-to-game pricing, including four games for free. All season ticket holders will also receive a complimentary programme, upon presenting their ticket at each home game.

Bristol Flyers’ season tickets for the 2015/16 campaign will go on sale on Monday, August 3rd*.

Full details of season ticket prices can be found below.

For all season ticket enquiries, please email: flyers@bristol-sport.co.uk.

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*Please note, due to the limited capacity at the SGS WISE Arena, the club intends to cap its season ticket sales at 120.

**Includes all BBL Championship home games, BBL Trophy 1st round, and one pre-season fixture to be confirmed. Season ticket holders receive a free complimentary programme at every home game upon presenting ticket upon arrival.

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