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Bolton Wanderers launches half season ticket

Bolton Wanderers has launched a half 2019-20 season ticket, giving fans the chance to watch the second half of the season at the 28,723-capacity University of Bolton Stadium.

The passes went on sale yesterday (Thursday), starting from £155 for adults to watch the final 11 games of the League One campaign.

Bolton fans under 18-years-old will be able to get their half season tickets for £55 as the club fights to remain in the division.

The club finally launched its season ticket programme in September for the 2019-20 season following an earlier block on purchasing passes for the current League One campaign. Bolton, which faced an uncertain summer after its relegation from the Championship to the third tier, gained new owners, Football Ventures, pulling them out of administration.

Club manager Keith Hill said: “Our football club means so much to the people of Bolton and everybody who wears the shirt and works for the club knows this. We are a special, hardworking and proud town and this is embodied in the club.

“There is no doubt that such a significant points deduction has given the club a huge mountain to climb, but us Boltonians are fighters and we never abandon hope.

“It may seem an impossible dream but with the whole town and every Wanderers fan right behind us we will battle for every point in every match.”

During the 2018-19 season, Bolton’s average attendance reached 14,636, with the current season’s highest gate at 14,003 and its lowest at 2,616.

From December 29, when Bolton faces Shrewsbury Town, the BWFC half season pass kicks off and equates to adults paying from just £14.09 per match and children under the age of 18 paying only £5 per game.

A family ticket is also available in the club’s designated Family Stand in the Carrs Pasties (North) Stand Upper, with one adult and one child able to cheer on Wanderers for £15.91 per game or £175 overall.

Other benefits from being a season ticket holder with Bolton Wanderers include priority purchase periods on away match tickets, and more.

Hill continued: “I cannot thank our season ticket holders enough for the commitment they have made this season and I know the lads appreciate every single one of them.

“I would urge anyone who is not yet a season ticket holder to purchase a half season ticket for the final 11 games. Your support means everything to us!”

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