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22 April 2016


Cambridge United announce 2016/17 season ticket and match ticket prices for next year's campaign.

As well as guaranteeing a place for all 23 home Football League fixtures next season, Cambridge United supporters can enjoy huge savings off the total sum of match tickets by securing a season ticket.

For 2016/17, the U's have introduced a standardisation of season ticket savings across all areas of the ground, which has resulted in a number of adjustments, with some small increases as well as some small reductions, to achieve this aim.

The standardised reductions will be now be 25% for adults, seniors, students and 18-21's season tickets across all areas of the ground, whilst a greater saving of 35% applies to all Under 18's and Junior U's in order to encourage the next generation of our support.

Meanwhile, season tickets in Blocks C, D & E of the Mundipharma Community Stand will be increased to the full price, to mirror no concessions in these blocks for match tickets, for new concessions and juniors. However, renewals for concessions and juniors are only being gradually increased at £35/year until they reach the full price.

Other benefits of purchasing a 2016/17 season ticket include, priority purchase on all FA Cup, League Cup and Football League Trophy matches at the Abbey Stadium, as well as selected away Sky Bet League Two fixtures.

2016/17 season tickets go on sale from Sunday 1st May and will be priced as follows:

If you are a disabled supporter looking to purchase a 2016/17 season ticket, Wheelchair Users can secure a place for the season for £100 with a carer entitled to a ticket Free of charge. Ambulant disabled prices are dependent on age and stand, with carer’s also entitled to ticket Free of Charge, call 01223 566 500 for further information. For all new season tickets, proof of disability entitlement must be shown. 

For further information about how to buy or renew 2016/17 season tickets and the interest free installment payment option please click here. Alternatively call 01223 566 500 or head to the ticket office Twitter account @cufc_to.

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