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Season Ticket Sales Hit 16,000 Ahead of Deadline
Monday, 27th Jun 2022 11:12

Town have announced that season ticket sales have reached 16,000 with the deadline for purchasing seats at the early bird price later this week.

Fans have until 5pm on Thursday 30th June to buy their season tickets at the cheapest rate.

Town’s season ticket sales are at their highest level in more than a decade, 2021/22’s figure having ultimately reached 13,800.

Full details of the Blues’ season ticket pricing for 2022/23 can be found here.


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Ipswichbusiness added 11:54 - Jun 27
It shows the potential of this club.
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Bazza8564 added 12:01 - Jun 27
Great progress and a show of faith in Mark Ashton's leadership. Hi phrase about "this is only the beginning" still resonates with me, I think we are in great hands and lets hope we can get out of this division this season and start to realise the potential that our great club clearly has
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N2_Blue added 12:17 - Jun 27
I wonder if we'll sell the remaining seats in the SBR Lower before season starts. Only 20 seats left now.
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unknown100 added 12:33 - Jun 27
Some season tickets for West Ham are £299, can’t help but think if the tickets were cheaper then it would get 28k plus but it’s very expensive for league one football
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BlueNomad added 12:43 - Jun 27
Unknown100 - but that is to watch them in their souless stadium with a load of self-entitled fans...................
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unknown100 added 12:53 - Jun 27
Bluenomad- understand what you are saying and I agree but just saying it’s quite expensive for a season ticket, especially with the cost of living at the moment
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RegencyBlue added 12:56 - Jun 27
That’s pretty impressive going into our fourth season in the Third Division.

It shows the potential here for the new owners and is a massive vote of confidence in the manner in which the club is now being run, after the disastrous Evans years.

There is huge expectation out there regarding this season, and rightly so, but we will need to be patient because, as Ashton implies, there will be times it’s not going our way!
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Gforce added 13:55 - Jun 27
Let's hope we've brought the right players in to meet expectations. I really hope I'm wrong, but I'm not so sure our four new signings have the ability to improve us enough to take us from 11th place into the top two.(or even top six)
I'll probably get down voted for this but hey ho.
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BlueNomad added 14:02 - Jun 27
Gforce - the league isn't binary in that we have to overhaul all the clubs who finished above us last year. We have to be more ruthless I think most us expect the team to be just that. The bottom line is that we all start on zero so forget last season.
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JewellintheTown added 14:18 - Jun 27
BlueNomad - I bet Derby County are glad to hear that zero is the figure they'll probably start on.
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Edmundo added 17:40 - Jun 27
Unknown, the cost of living is always high for a lot of people. It all depends on priorities. Personally I feel that lockdown proved to me that a season ticket is akin to mental wellbeing, but that's just my priority.
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Westy added 17:46 - Jun 27
Good news and hopefully means we are guaranteed minimum 20,000 each home game but guess that some of these may be shared.
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ipswichboi added 18:03 - Jun 27
Let's make it a fortress.
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jas0999 added 19:06 - Jun 27
Incredible! This is really positive and I have no doubt we will be treated to a couple of great signings. This year feels like our year.
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dirtydingusmagee added 20:00 - Jun 27
great to get that number, should insure a decent attendance providing the performances are up to expectations , really hope we can get a decent striker in .
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churchmans added 07:41 - Jun 28
BLUENOMAD & UKNOWN100
The London stadium is not soulless it is oacked and full of atmosphere! Da hell a ya on about? The reason that a season ticket at wet spam is £300 is because they wanted to fill the stadium and season ticket sales is insignicant against the £150-£200 million a year premiership clubs get! Which is hopefully where we will end up
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arnoldmuhrensleftpeg added 08:42 - Jun 28
Do we know how many the budgies have sold just for comparison?
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Linkboy13 added 09:45 - Jun 28
If things really kick off next season we will need a bigger capacity don't know about a new score board.
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Steelmonkey added 11:45 - Jun 28
Arnoldmuhrensleftpeg they have sold 21500
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tempzzzz added 12:40 - Jun 28
arnoldmuhrensleftpeg - They've sold out the full amount of 21.5k can't have any more
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Razor added 19:15 - Jun 28
Lets hope we now spend some of the money on proven quality players-----or is that hot air I see wafting round the stadium
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Razor added 19:15 - Jun 28
Lets hope we now spend some of the money on proven quality players-----or is that hot air I see wafting round the stadium
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Razor added 19:15 - Jun 28
Lets hope we now spend some of the money on proven quality players-----or is that hot air I see wafting round the stadium
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Razor added 19:16 - Jun 28
Lets hope we now spend some of the money on proven quality players-----or is that hot air I see wafting round the stadium
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Gforce added 22:05 - Jun 28
Razor.....I don't think posting it 4 times will make them spend any more 😀
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