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Flexible ticket scheme continues

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POMPEY will continue to offer flexi-season tickets for the 2021-22 campaign, following consultati­on with the Tony Goodall Fans’ Conference and Heritage & Advisory Board.

The scheme was rolled out at the start of the current term as it began behind closed doors and with no season tickets sold.

Four thousand fans benefitted back in December for the

Fratton Park games against Peterborou­gh and Fleetwood as some restrictio­ns were lifted.

Last month it was revealed that up to

4,000 supporters could be back into the stands for any potential League One play-off semi-final featuring Pompey,

In preparatio­n, the flexi-season ticket will once again be available to supporters who held one for the 2020-21 campaign or are 2021-21 members, as well as 2019-20 season ticket holders.

All flexi-season ticket holders will then choose – or be placed into – a group, so that in the event of games being played with a reduced capacity, tickets can be allocated on a rotational basis.

You will also be able to take advantage of the club’s new fan loyalty and rewards programme.

The ticket is priced £25 for adults.

Junior supporters (those aged 17 and under) will pay £10, while it is just £5 for those aged 10 and under.

There will also be a charge of £2.50 to cover the cost of your season card and postage.

Once on the scheme, flexi-season ticket holders will have the ‘right’ to purchase tickets at an ‘early bird’ match price.

These prices have yet to be confirmed and will be announced in due course.

Flexi-season tickets are now on sale and supporters will have until 5pm on Wednesday, June 2, to secure their ticket.

The club will soon be announcing a membership scheme, allowing supporters who are not flexi-season ticket holders the chance to attend games.

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