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Graham's First To Sign Up

GRAHAM BANKS was first in the queue at the Britannia Stadium when Stoke City Season Tickets went back on sale at midday today.

Mr Banks, who has followed the Potters for more than 40 years, had been a Season Ticket holder for several years until deciding not to renew at the end of last season.

However, after hearing of our 16-game Season Ticket offer he leapt at the chance to purchase one for both himself and his 16 year old son, Alex.

"I was a Season Ticket holder on and off for several years and had one ever since we gained promotion to the Premier League," he explained.

"I decided not to bother renewing at the end of last season as the level of entertainment for 18 months or so at the Britannia Stadium had not been very good.

"I'd been impressed by the way we have been playing under Mark Hughes and when I heard of the 16-game offer on Friday I decided to buy Season Tickets for Alex and myself.

"Fortunately our old seats in the Novus Stand were still available and we're really looking forward to being back at the Britannia on a match day."

The new Season Tickets, which will be valid from the West Bromwich Albion game on Saturday 19th October onwards, start at just £336 for adults, which equates to £21 per game, whilst Under-17 prices work out at only £10 per game.

Season Tickets for Under-11s in all areas of the stadium will be available for just £80, which works out at £5 per game, while Under-14s Season Tickets for the Family Area will be available at the same price.

Supporters can buy in full at, call (01782) 367599 or visit Britannia Stadium Ticket Office. To take advantage of the Interest Free Payment plan over 5 months this is only available in person.

The Britannia Stadium's award winning hospitality is also available as a 16-game hospitality season ticket with a range of options for all tastes & budgets. Save up to 44% off match day prices & take advantage of the interest free payment plan over 5 months. For more information call (01782) 592216 or email [email protected].

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