Scottish Premiership football club Rangers has released a “limited number” of half-season tickets after revealing that more than 43,000 season tickets have been sold for the ongoing 2017-18 campaign.
The half-season tickets have been priced from just £30 (€33.88/$39.28) for children and £155 for adults at the club’s Ibrox stadium in Glasgow.
Tickets are also available in the Broomloan Front section of the stadium, starting from £175 for adults, £115 for concessions and £35 for juniors.
With the packages available from the match at home to Motherwell on December 27, the half-season tickets are being released so they can be sold as Christmas presents.
“On behalf of all the players and staff I would like to thank our fans for their continued support,” Rangers defender Danny Wilson said. “It is fantastic more than 43,000 season tickets have been sold so far this year and that level of support will never be taken for granted.”
Tickets can be purchased over the phone, through the website or at Ibrox.
The club is currently fourth in the table, six points adrift of city rival Celtic.