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Leyton Orient announce season ticket prices for 2016/17 season in League Two

PUBLISHED: 16:00 29 April 2016

Leyton Orient supporters have discovered season ticket prices for the 2016/17 campaign (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient supporters have discovered season ticket prices for the 2016/17 campaign (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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Brisbane Road club reduce prices for under-11s and under-18s plus launch new junior membership scheme

Leyton Orient are pleased to announce season ticket prices for the 2016/17 campaign, which will see under-11s able to watch all 23 League Two games next season for a total of only £9 across all stands – under 40p a match!

An under-18 season ticket has also been reduced by almost 25 per cent to just £49 in all stands which represents outstanding value for money.

The O’s are also launching a new Theo’s Junior membership scheme as we look to re-establish and offer a more comprehensive experience for its members.

A slight increase in adult and concession prices now includes both booking and card fees, which would otherwise be charged separately.

A season ticket with Orient continues to represent great value with around a third of games free per season compared to match day prices, which have remained the same for a second successive campaign.

2016-17 Season Ticket Prices

Baskin Robbins North Family Stand

Adult £190

Concession £135

Under-18 £49

Under-11 £9

Tommy Johnston South Stand

Adult £310

Concession £210

Under-18 £49

Under-11 £9

East Stand or West Stand

Adult £330

Concession £220

Under-18 £49

Under-11 £9

Gallery

Adult £595

Concession £410

Concessions apply to over-65s, students with a valid ID card, second parents, unemployed supporters and current serving members of the Armed Forces in all areas as well as under 18s in the Gallery. Proof of status is required on application.

Disabled spectators are eligible for a free season ticket and must provide receipt of DLA at middle or high rate or PIP at an equivalent rate*.

Having consulted with supporters regarding the current ticketing system and its issues, Orient have looked at a number of alternatives and have chosen a new supplier in order to provide a better service for supporters.

The new system is currently being implemented and tested and we will announce when up and running and when supporters can use it to renew their season tickets online. A full user guide will also be made available on leytonorient.com.

Season ticket holders will have their details carried over to the new system so there is no possibility of them losing their current seats.

In the meantime, application forms will be available at Saturday’s game with Mansfield Town, and existing season ticket holders will also be sent a form by post.

The form is also available to download online here. Instalment forms can be downloaded here and for the first time, credit can be applied for online here www.seasonticketfinance.com/leyton_orient

Supporters can return their completed application forms via post to Leyton Orient Football Club, Matchroom Stadium, Brisbane Road, Leyton, E10 5NF or alternatively in person at the Club’s reception.

The reception is open Monday – Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm.

Full details of the 2016-17 match ticket prices can be found below.

2016-17 MATCH TICKET PRICES

Advance Matchday

Baskin Robbins North Family Stand

Adult £20 £22

Concession £13 £14

Under 18’s £5 £5

Under 11’s £0 £0

South Stand

Adult £20 £22

Concession £13 £14

Under 18’s £5 £5

Under 11’s £5 £5

East Stand or West Stand

Adult £22 £24

Concession £14 £15

Under 18’s £5 £5

Under 11’s £5 £5

Gallery

Adult £36 £39

Concession £26 £29

*Excluding Gallery


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