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Bristol Rovers is excited to announce that Seat Unique has become the club's official Hospitality Sales Partner for the 2022-23 season and beyond.

Throughout the partnership, they will exclusively power the club’s online hospitality sales for all games taking place at The Memorial Stadium through their trusted ticketing platform.

Seat Unique's technology enables fans to make purchases safely and securely on their mobile-optimised site, which allows for 24/7 online access to our incredible array of premium matchday experiences.

Following their successful partnership with local neighbours, Gloucestershire Cricket, playing out of the Seat Unique Stadium across the road, the Gas will become the latest Bristol-based sporting partner to use their innovative technology.

David Bright, Head of Sales at Bristol Rovers, said:

“We are really excited to be working with Seat Unique as we move into a new era for hospitality at The Memorial Stadium. Their investment in us as a club will be shown in the new product that we will deliver from the start of the coming season. They give us the extra level of service that we need to make our product available to as many fans as possible.”

Robin Sherry, CEO and Founder of Seat Unique, said:

“We are very pleased to be working with Bristol Rovers, who had a phenomenal turnaround last year! They have an extremely loyal fanbase who we are delighted to provide with this tech solution, improving access to the club’s finest footballing experiences.

'We look forward to meeting fans in the Seat Unique Stand and Seat Unique Suite next year, in what we all hope is a successful League One campaign!”

From June 30th, hospitality packages for Bristol Rovers 2022/23 home fixtures are available to book through Seat Unique. Prices start from £49 per person + VAT.

As we enter the new football season, the club is pleased to provide fans with access to unique hospitality experiences at some eye-catching fixtures throughout the year, which will see the likes of Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday and Portsmouth visiting The Mem.

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