SEASON ticket sales for Worcester City’s 2015/16 Vanarama National League North campaign have soared past the 100 mark.
The Blue and Whites had a season to remember last time out and fans had already snapped up 120 tickets by the end of the first week in June.
Last year, more than 300 season tickets were sold and with City keen to eclipse that tally this time around, club officials have urged supporters to take advantage of the discounted prices currently on offer as a 15 per cent increase will be implemented from July 1.
Current prices are £210 for adults, £150 for concessions, £100 for 16 to 21-year-olds and juniors cost just £20.
Benefits include priority when FA Cup and FA Trophy tickets are released, priority on all-ticket games if City make the play-offs, a £3.50 return train fare from Worcester to Kidderminster on match days and a reduced car parking charge at Aggborough.
Season tickets can be bought on the club website, the Tourist Information Centre next to the Guildhall, Knowles Sports and Newtown Road Post Office.
Application forms are also available at Nutz for Sportz and The Plough Inn on Fish Street.