A look at how Rovers compare to other clubs
In the 2011/12 BBC survey of League Two ticket prices Bristol Rovers were ranked 15th based on cheapest season ticket prices.
There were only eight clubs in the league with cheaper basic prices than a season ticket in the Blackthorn End at the Memorial Stadium.
According to the report our fellow West Country clubs – Cheltenham, Exeter, Plymouth and Torquay all had more expensive ‘cheapest bracket’ season tickets than us.
Southend United had the most expensive ‘cheap’ tickets priced at £350, with the best value tickets coming from Northampton and Bradford who both sold £199 tickets.
Of the eight clubs who offered a lower season ticket price, three of those were less than £10 cheaper than us, with another two less than £20 cheaper.
Bristol Rovers have frozen season ticket prices for another season until the end of March.
The club has done its best to keep prices down, and as an added incentive, if you purchase a season ticket for this season you will be given priority choosing your seat in the new stadium.
Supporters who purchased a season ticket last season and now get one for this season will have top priority, while those who purchased a season ticket for either 2012/13 or 2013/14 will be placed in the second priority group.
Tickets are now on sale and supporters will have until March 30th to take advantage of the special Early Bird offer.
It is now easier than ever to purchase your season ticket – they are available to buy online. Simply log on to our online ticketing page and follow the instructions.