TICKET prices at Hartlepool United have been cut for the upcoming matches against Cheltenham Town and Plymouth Argyle at Victoria Park.
Prices for this Saturday’s game with Cheltenham have been reduced to £13 for adults and £7 for concessions, while fans can buy for both games in January at a special rate of £20 for adults or £10 for concessions.
New owners TMH 2014 ran similar offers for the festive fixtures against Oxford United and Morecambe. Both matches attracted crowds of more than 4,000.
Chairman Peter Harris said: “We were really happy with the response from the town to the previous tickets offers and we’re hoping for the same again this time.
“We have said all along that the fans can play a huge role in our fight for survival in League Two and we are going to need them more than ever in the second half of the season.
“The team had great travelling support over Christmas and in to the New Year and now we really want to build the atmosphere at The Vic and give us the edge over our opponents.
“Now that Ronnie [Moore] has been able to add a few new faces to the squad as well, we hope that the supporters will want to come along and see them in action at The Vic this weekend.”
Tickets for both games are on sale now. Fans wanting to take advantage of the two-game offer must buy in advance from the Victoria Park ticket office prior to kick-off on Saturday.
The offer is also open to visiting supporters from Cheltenham Town and Plymouth Argyle.
Adults - £13
Concessions - £7
For Both Games
Adults - £20
Concessions - £10
Concessions are over 60s, Under 19s and Students.