Date: 10th May 2008 at 11:00am
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Nottingham Forest have released details of Season Ticket prices for the new season in the Championship. The club have increased prices throughout the ground by an average of 10%.

Fans will have to pay top dollar to see the Reds next season with prices ranging from £349 to £492 for renewals, depending on where you sit.

Forest Chief Executive Mark Arthur told the official site. In setting the prices for Season Tickets we have taken into account several factors including other Championship clubs pricing structures, especially those of a comparable size and stature and our desire to give CC the best possible chance of strengthening the squad.’ The club begin selling tickets on Monday, May 12 and fans have until June 28 to renew.

It’s not a massive increase, but I personally would have liked the club to have made a gesture to fans who have stuck by them through what has been a tortuous time this last few years in League 1. Whilst like many others, I will be renewing. I will now be watching and hoping that Mark Arthur and the board are true to their word and make significant funds available to the manager to strengthen the squad in the summer.


 

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