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QPR Announce Season Ticket Details

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Queens Park Rangers have offered incentives to season ticket holders with a reduction in price - and further reductions pending.

The R's have announced that season ticket holders who take the early bird option - renewing before May 17, 2010 - they will receive a 10% discount on their ticket.

A further 5% could be reduced should Rangers top the 9,000 season ticket mark with supporters given real incentives to sign up early for next season.

Parts of the Upper Loft have been re-graded from Gold to Silver which will provide further discounts for some who considered they were previously bandied improperly.

Akin to this the Ellerslie Road stand will undergo an improvement in facilities - something that the fans have craved for some time.

A full list of what the R's have to offer for the coming season is available here >>>




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Friday April 2 2010
Time: 1:08PM

Comments

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3 months at zero interest is a good one as the Zebra finance was quite expensive, if memory serves - think Amy will like the discounts at Westfield more than me (I hate shopping!!)
sandydl
02/04/2010 13:58:00
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Pleased to see that the board have listened to the fans and have offered a good deal for the "Early Bird" package.At a little over £15 a game I shall take up the offer tomorrow paying by cheque to save the additional £3-50.Did I hear you say "scrooge", if so to right as I owe a guy a pint in the Box.
paulrangers
02/04/2010 15:03:00
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