League One club reduce season ticket prices to lowest levels since 2010. The new scheme aims to widen participation as the club fights relegation.
Notts County are revolutionising their ticketing system in a bid to galvanise fans ahead of a painful fight against relegation.
The Bench is a new take on the season ticket system, inviting members to be be part of the “squad”.
Fees are down to their lowest rate in three seasons as well, with adult prices ranging from £315 to £390 – depending on the seats desired.
In a bid to increase accessibility and participation, senior citizens and fans aged 16 to 21 will be offered discounted membership. Fans under the age of 16 can become members of The Bench for £46 a year – the equivalent of just £2 per match. Supporters under the age of seven take part for free alongside a full paying Bench member adult over the age of 16.
Bench members are given a number of extra, exclusive benefits. For each match, three lucky members will be selected to fulfil special roles.
The Bench Spokesman, will meet the manager and a player every match day, with the opportunity to ask questions of them at the pre-match media session.
The Bench Matchday Representative and under 16 Junior Match Day Representatives will have their names printed on the official team sheet and on the back of the match day magazine.
Additionally, every member of The Bench will be able to send the squad their pre-match motivational messages to the team. Manager, Shaun Derry will then select a weekly “Message of the Match.”
Bench members will also receive a ten percent discount on home kit, a commemorative contract and “squad” number, a named sticker on their chosen seat, a copy of the matchday magazine and exclusive online content.
You can join The Bench at the Notts County ticket office, by phone on 0115 9557 210 or online.