Boston United chairman David Newton apologises for ticket price rise

BOSTON United chairman David Newton says he has had to ‘reluctantly’ raise the cost of entrance on matchdays for adults by £1, due to running costs.

Season ticket and admission prices for the 2011-2012 campaign in Blue Square Bet North have been released this week.

Although on-the-day adult and concessionary tickets have risen, prices for under 16s remain the same.

Season tickets went on sale on Monday and supporters can buy them at the United ticket office or by calling 01205 364406.

The earlybird scheme is currently in operation, which offers discounted prices on season tickets.

Season ticket holders will be entered into a prize draw four times per season, with the opportunity of winning a signed home shirt.

They also receive a 10 per cent discount card for the club shop and can receive half-price admission to reserve team fixtures in 2011-2012.

Other perks include a Pilgrims lounge drinks voucher, priority on all-ticket and high profile matches plus the option of spreading payment for the ticket over three months (May, June and July).