Relegated Ipswich take with them 15 per cent more season ticket holders to League One
10 May 2019
Despite ending in last place in the Championship this season, Ipswich Town have sold 15 per cent more season tickets for the upcoming season in League One.
Club owner, Marcus Evans, issued a statement on the club’s website, thanking season ticket holders for pledging their support after he has cut season ticket prices by 25 per cent over the last two years.
Ipswich Town, relegated to League One after finishing bottom place in the Championship this season, have announced a 15 per cent increase in season ticket sales for the upcoming season.
The club announced that 11,748 people have bought season tickets for the upcoming season after cutting prices by 25 per cent during the last two years. Almost 95 per cent of season ticket holders from the 2018/19 season renewed their tickets.
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