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Leyton Orient have various different initiatives in place for season ticket holders in the 2018/19 season

PUBLISHED: 10:00 09 May 2018

The Leyton Orient players and staff applaud the 424 O's supporters at Gateshead on the final day (pic: Simon O'Connor).

The Leyton Orient players and staff applaud the 424 O's supporters at Gateshead on the final day (pic: Simon O'Connor).

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The Brisbane Road club had close to 3,900 season tickets holders last season despite relegation to the National League

Leyton Orient season tickets are on sale now and the club have various different initiatives in place for the 2018/19 season.

There is a new young adult category for those aged 19-24 and they can enjoy football at the O’s from just £5.60 per game.

In addition to this, adult prices mean you pay less than £8 per game while you also get three free league match tickets and a complimentary junior league match ticket.

On top of this, season ticket holders will get invitations to exclusive season ticket holder events throughout the year and there will be exclusive offers and promotions open to season ticket holders.

O’s chief executive Danny Macklin told the official club website: “We are delighted to announce a number of new benefits and incentives for current and new Season Ticket holders.

“As well as freezing prices for another season we have introduced a new Young Adult category to make football more affordable for young families and the millennial generation.

“The club’s new state of the art ticketing system with See Tickets (an industry leading ticketing platform) will soon allow O’s fans to join us on the journey via a secure, quick and much improved process.

“As a club we’ll be placing equal emphasis on rewarding the loyalty of the near 3,900 current Season Ticket holders as well as attracting new fans to the club.

“Throughout next season we will also be rewarding Season Ticket Holders with exclusive discounts and offers and providing some excellent opportunities for fans to win some fantastic prizes.

“Furthermore, we will also be rewarding Season Ticket Holders with cash rewards for simply recommending a friend or family member to join us on this journey.

“Our strapline for 2018/19 is ‘Real football in the Capital’ which we believe emphasises exactly what we as a Club believe in.

“Since the appointment of Justin Edinburgh we have shown the potential that we all take into next season – we invite and urge all fans to join us on that journey.”

Season tickets are live on the club’s new online ticketing system and available to purchase here.


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