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Incredible Rovers Slash Season Ticket Prices

Rovers have today announced that season ticket prices for the 2009-10 Premiership season will be reduced from this year on the back of the great success of the 'crucial 3' initiative that ran at the end of the current campaign.

Rovers fans have come out in numbers for the final 3 home games of the season in a bid to roar Blackburn onto safety and all four ends of Ewood Park have been full of blue and white.

The results have been tremendous with Rovers now safe and the plans have already been put in place to make sure the ground is as full as possible for next season.

Season Ticket prices for adults start from just 199!

You can't argue with that...




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 21 2009

Time: 9:39AM

Your Comments

difficult to find a fault with this. At these prices rovers season ticket holders are bound to come out in force and numbers will rise as a result. good times.
Mikey D
bloody hell, thats fantastic value for money!!!! if you lot dont buy a ticket, il shoot you, the lot of you!!!!
sasman
perhaps resulting in some sort of prison sentence Sas!?!? lol
Mikey D
i have watched 5 series of prison break in full, so i do have a few tricks up my sleeve......
sasman
what all in one sitting?!? Wow that is impressive ;)
Mikey D
That is so cheap... that's what, the same price as seeing 4 games at chelsea/united (if you're lucky!)
Money4midfield
Ill be renewing mine.. hopefully behind the goal in the darwen end will be available for some fans, although ill be keeping mine in the riverside.
rover23
sigh...if only i live in lancashire...
dominator2800
Where abouts do you live Dominator?! Keep the faith my good man....
Mikey D
Once again Rovers lead the way. I think we've proven that this is possible, even if others seem to think it isn't!!!
Walker
I heard there is season ticket for the Darwen at 150 for 15 games (I presume the top 4 teams will get the full allocation of the Darwen end...Well top 3 and Burnley, should they get through...!) Sit where you like. Much like the 'cruicial 3' games. Williams is hoping that the ground will be full and atmospheric, to make Ewood a fortress...!
Decimus Poole
 

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