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Orient release season ticket prices

PUBLISHED: 17:31 12 May 2015 | UPDATED: 17:31 12 May 2015

Orient fans at the start of the match at 
Swindon (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Orient fans at the start of the match at Swindon (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Simon O'Connor Photography

Season tickets for new campaign are 10 per cent cheaper than last season

Leyton Orient has confirmed a reduction in season ticket prices across all categories for the 2015/16 campaign as well as £1 off match tickets for adults and concession prices.

In addition to the reduce prices, the under-18s category has been extended from the Baskin Robbins North Family Stand, which means junior supporters can get a season ticket for just £65 in all stands – excluding the Gallery.

This represents a huge saving for under-18s compared to the previous pricing structure with a season ticket in the West Stand down by £165 for under-18s compared to last season.

A season ticket for the O’s will continue to offer fantastic value with around a third of the games free per season compared to match day prices as well as a significant number of loyalty points which will gain access to high profile fixtures not included in season tickets.

Season tickets have gone on sale today and existing holders have until Friday June 26 to reserve their season – after that time it will go on general sale.

For more details about the ticket prices to watch Orient play League Two football next year visit - http://www.leytonorient.com/news/article/leyton-orient-season-ticket-information-2452548.aspx


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