Hartlepool United season tickets sales hit 300

Putting his shirt on Pools: Mark Tait. Picture courtesy HUFC
Putting his shirt on Pools: Mark Tait. Picture courtesy HUFC

Hartlepool United’s season ticket-sale is gathering momentum.

Sales for 2017-18 season ticket sales have passed the 300 mark, less than a week after hitting the two century barrier.

The rise in purchases follows a positive reaction to the appointment of new boss Craig Harrison, plus a public appearance by chairwoman and chief executive, Pam Duxbury, at a Hartlepool United Supporters Trust event.

Pools will be hoping to builld up numbers even further and an imminent breakthrough in the transfer market by Harrison would assist in that direction.

There are still three and a half weeks left ahead of the early bird deadline.

Pools have frozen season ticket prices and averaged out over the season, admission works out at less than £11 per match.

Early Bird Prices (available until June 30) are £250 (adults), £150 (senior citizens/students), £120 (under 19) and £75 (under 16).

But fans who would like to retain the seat they had in 2016-17 their season ticket would need to be renewed by 4pm on Friday, June 16.

After this point, all tickets will be released for general sale and will not be guaranteed.

Season tickets are on sale now from the ticket office (10am-4pm on each weekday and online at www.hufc-tickets.co.uk

Additional opening hours in the build-up to the early bird deadline of June 30.

Pools have also made available a Zebra Finance option too for those wishing to buy a ticket.