Date: 18th May 2017 at 8:47am
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It looks as if promotion back into League One agrees with Pompey as has reported sales of close to 1,500 already.

Having gone on sale this week the amount sold so far is almost double that Pompey fans had purchased at the same period of sales last year – it looks like the Blues will be able to match season ticket numbers from 2016-17, better them in 2017-18 perhaps?

The increase in prices, which was a must – admittedly it was greater than I expected – doesn’t appear to have put off the masses. I’m guessing an easier online ticketing system is also playing a part.

Details of sales so far and how to go about getting your season ticket for the League One season were released in this statement.

Seats for League One campaign proving popular

Fans have flocked to secure their seat for the 2017/18 campaign on the first day of season ticket sales.

Almost 1,500 have already been sold – more than double the amount snapped up at this stage last year.

The Frogmore Road ticket office will reopen from 10am on Thursday, but fans can still phone our dedicated Ticketmaster call centre on 0844 847 1898, which is open daily from 8am-8pm (8am-6pm on weekends).

And supporters are able to buy or renew season tickets whenever is convenient for them by using our new eticketing system – the easiest and most cost effective way to purchase.

Click here for more information about buying season tickets and a full list of prices.

Having not done so yet, despite my usual protestations and wrestling with the ‘justification of the cost’ of a continued season ticket – more so the train fare and journey’s involved in my roundtrip journeys from Devon – I will almost certainly renew as usual.


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4 Replies to “Pompey’s season ticket sales flying”

  • Yes got mine yesterday and with my 2 mates of old we have opted for the first time to move from the Fratton End to the Upper South Stand. It must be an age thing!!!

  • Yes, will be doing mine when I return from the Lake District I reckon. Got the funds in place for this so best hand it over before her in doors gets hold of it. Lol. Maybe I’ll bump into you on the pitch at Fratton Park next season then Matt when we go up again, or on an away pitch like at Notts County.

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