Club Southampton upgrade offer for Season Ticket holders

By SFC Media time Tue 25 Aug First team

Season Ticket holders can sample the delights of Club Southampton at a discounted rate for three fixtures in the 2015/16.

If you’ve ever wanted to be wined and dined before a match, to experience the match from premium seating, or just want to celebrate a special occasion, now could be the perfect time to see what Club Southampton has to offer.

 

For Saints’ home games against Swansea City, West Bromwich Albion and Sunderland, Season Ticket holders will be able to upgrade to hospitality at a special price of £99 per person including VAT – a saving of £57 on the usual price £156.

 

The upgrade will see your regular Season Ticket seat released while you experience the game from a different perspective in Itchen Premium seating. Before the match you’ll be able to feast on a pre-match buffet before going on to enjoy half-time and full-time refreshments as well as taking in our matchday entertainment. You’ll also be able to raise a glass or two thanks to an all-inclusive drinks package.

 

This special upgrade offer is available to Season Ticket holders for the following fixtures*:

  • Swansea City – Saturday 26th September (3pm)
  • West Bromwich Albion – Saturday 16th January (3pm)
  • Sunderland – Saturday 5th March (3pm)

*Fixture dates and kick-off times subject to change

 

Season Ticket holders are advised to act quickly to take advantage of this special upgrade offer. Bookings for all three fixtures are available now – to upgrade, call 02380 727768 or click here to fill out our enquiry form.

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