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Ticket offer set to bolster Sky Blues attendance

By Steve Carpenter Monday 17 December 2012 Updated: 17/12 17:01

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THE attendance for the Sky Blues' final home game of 2012 is to be bolstered by a ‘team’ effort.

The club have joined forces with the Coventry Minor League to offer local teams discounted tickets for the match against Preston North End on Saturday,

If bought through the group ticket offer with the John Bryan League, adult tickets are priced at £13, concessions (over-60s) are priced at £8 and under-16s are priced at just £4.

There are also family tickets available (two adults and two juniors) for £28 and one adult and one junior for £15.

As well as the cut-price tickets, teams will also be entered into a prize draw to act as the players’ guard of honour on entering the field and to shake the shirt.

Teams will go on a pre-match parade of the pitch and some could get the chance to take penalties on the pitch post-match.

“We run a lot of group events at matches. Most people know about Tickets for Schools and that has attracted lots of new fans to watch Coventry City,” said Jamie Clarke, of Coventry City’s Fan Relationship Management Centre (FRMC).

“We have developed a very positive relationship with the John Bryan League and we hope that this offer will give local teams the chance to have a great day out just before Christmas.”

Fans wanting to take advantage of the offer must get in touch with their team manager or secretary who will process the tickets for them.

For more information contact the club’s FRMC (FRMC) on 0844 873 6317.

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