Date:Monday June 5 2006
Demand for Season Tickets is expected to be sky high as the team has achieved promotion and in excess of 2000 seats are ready to be snapped up.
The dearest is of course is the single adult for blocks A, C, D, or F at £437. However family tickets at £380 are available with an add-on option to tailor tailor the ticket to your family and seats in other areas of the ground provide cheaper answers at £228. In some instances, watching the U's play the likes of West Brom, Sunderland and the Tractor Boys themselves will only run you between £10 and £20, dependent on where you are!
There has been a grumble or two about increase in prices - and all I can advise, is that the only way you get Third Division prices is by watching Third Division football.
So getting shopping and support the lads!
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