Bristol Rovers are pleased to announce that, with one exception, Season Ticket Prices for the 2016/17 campaign have been frozen.
Remarkably, this will be the sixth consecutive season that Rovers have seen fit not to increase their pricing structure.
Although a number of clubs higher up the footballing ladder have come in for a great deal of criticism for the high cost of their Matchday and Season Ticket prices, it's not something that can be levelled at Rovers and their new owners.
Speaking of the news, that will surely be welcomed by every Rovers supporter, Chairman Steve Hamer said; "I believe that plans were in place for a small increase for next season but, as a gesture of goodwill, the new owners have decided to cap season ticket prices at the current levels apart from a small increase in the Family Saver Tickets.
"The Al-Qadi family were delighted with the magnificent warm welcome they received from all Rovers supporters last week. The tribute was genuine and heartfelt was greatly appreciated.
"I hope that all supporters will appreciate the fact that there will be no price increase next season and will continue to show their amazing support for this very special, and unique, football club."
The same three pricing structures as previous years will apply once again for 2016/17 (with the exception of the Family Saver Tickets) and the cut off dates will be midnight on the following dates; 22nd April, 30th June, and 5th August.
The appropriate Season Ticket Application forms will be printed and despatched as soon as possible, so we urge supporters to be patient and not apply until the forms are ready for completion.
Existing Season Ticket Holders will receive their forms in the post and new applicants will be able to apply for theirs from the club.