Wolves have enjoyed another positive week of Season Ticket sales with numbers for the 2017/18 season now already standing at 7,023.
There is still just over three weeks remaining for supporters to commit to next season at the cheapest Early Bird rates. You can buy online at wolvestickets.co.uk or call the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877.
Supporters wishing to spread their payments by monthly Direct Debit need to purchase by midnight on Monday 13th March to get the full ten months. Purchases after this date will reduce to nine monthly payments.
Season ticket holders are also reminded that they can bring up to three friends for just £5 each at the home game with Nottingham Forest on Tuesday April 4th (7.45pm). The £5 tickets will apply in any stand and for all age categories. To buy call the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 or go online at wolvestickets.co.uk. Supporters will need to be logged in and the recipients of the £5 tickets will need to appear in your Friends & Family list in your account.
Wolves are also pleased to announce another #RaisedByWolves initiative for the home game with Brighton on Good Friday (5pm). Any home fans purchasing an adult match ticket for the Brighton fixture can get another for just £5. This is another great opportunity to bring family members and friends who may not have been to Molineux for a while – or ever! The offer is available in all stands across all age categories so two adults can attend from as little as £30 behind the goals.
Tickets are on sale to members from tomorrow at 9am and go on general sale on Wednesday 15th March at 10am. Remember to buy online and print@home or upload to smartcard to avoid admin fees, and ensure that whoever you are buying the £5 ticket for is in your friends and family list.
Head Coach Paul Lambert remains appreciative of fans for all their support since he arrived at the club in November, and is hoping for another positive atmosphere for tomorrow’s crucial game with Rotherham.
“Getting that backing is important, and the supporters have been doing their bit and are right behind us,” he says.
“There has been great support for the lads to play in front of since I have been here.
“When we lose they have every right to voice their opinion but when we have been winning they have been right behind us.
“We need them – but we have to give them something back as well.
“We have certainly got a better chance of winning and being successful if we all stick together.”