The Bay have announced season ticket prices for the 2014/15 Conference North season, which offer supporters substantial savings.
Chairman David Messom reports that the league have given an indication that the minimum entry price to Conference North and South matches may be raised to £12, but Colwyn Bay are to set their prices below that level at £11 for adults, £7 for concessions and £3 for children under 16 and students (on production of student card).
This will mean that the club will have the equal lowest admission prices in the league for next season.
Season tickets for adults are being prices at £220 which will include a free £3 programme for every league game (including some big clubs) and free entry to all the pre-season games if purchased by June 28th.
In total the package is worth £330 and therefore is a saving of £110 over the full season.
Concession season tickets (OAPs) are £125 including a free £3 programme for every league match and free entry to all pre-season games if purchased by June 28th.
In total the package is worth £234 over the season, providing a saving of £109.
Season tickets for children and students with a valid student’s card is £50. That will not include a free programme, but will include entry to all pre-season games if purchased by June 28th.
Season ticket application forms will be available from the club or can be downloaded from the website from June 1st.