Prices & Benefits

5 Year Adult Membership Scheme (Currently Year 3 of 5) – £100  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • Renewal price freeze of £100
  • £10 incremental increase in smart card top-up (Currently Year 3 – £30)
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 10% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club

5 Year Concession Membership Scheme (Currently Year 3 of 5) – £50  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • Renewal price freeze of £50
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • £5 incremental increase in smart card top-up (Currently Year 3 – £15)
  • 5% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club – soft drinks & snack

5 Year VIP Membership Scheme – £200 (Currently Year 3 of 5)   

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • Renewal price freeze of £200
  • £5 monthly smart card top up
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 10% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club Bar

2020/21 Adult Member – £150  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 10% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club Bar

2020/21 Concession Member (Age 65 and Over) – £85  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 5% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club Bar – soft drinks and snack

* Proof of restricted category required upon purchase – Passport, Bus Pass, Birth Certificate, Disabled Registration

2020/21 Youth Member (Ages 12-17) – £60  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 5% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club – soft drinks and snacks

* Must provide proof of age on purchase, and be age 17 or below on 1 August 2020

2020/21 Student Member (Ages 18-21) – £100  

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 5% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club

* Must produce valid student ID card and be a registered student in 2020/21 academic year

2020/21 Family Pass (Includes 1 Adult and 2 Children) – £200 

  • Free entry into Danske Bank Premiership home games
  • 1st priority for all ticketed cup matches and away fixtures where travelling supporters are allowed
  • 5% discount at 1889 Sports & Social Club

*  Must provide proof of children’s ages on purchase and be age 16 or below on 1st August 2020.  Only nominated immediate family members will gain access.

Season Tickets are being sold according to current guidelines relating to Covid-19. This remains a fluid situation, with all clubs required to follow the latest advice from the NI Assembly. In the event of these guidelines changing we will ensure our Season Ticket holders are rewarded for their loyalty and commitment.

 


News

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