The Worcester Wolves Basketball Club has lowered its season ticket prices across the board in a bold move to reward loyalty to the club and ensure that no part of the Wolfpack is left behind.

Adult season ticket prices have fallen from the 2016/17 standard price of £200 to £130, while children, over 65s and students will now pay £65 rather than £85. This means that for each league game it will cost adults £6.50 and concessions £3.25. Although all league, cup, trophy and play-off games will, all be included in this price.

A new payment plan will be introduced, which allows fans to pay in three instalments. Once you have paid the initial instalment you won’t have to pay the second instalment until 1st August 2017 and then the final instalment by 1st September 2017.

Season tickets holders are given the chance to reserve their seats and have the flexibility of moving their seat to any other available as often as they wish. They can also transfer their season tickets to friends and family members if they are unable to make it.

Worcester Wolves Managing Director, Mick Donovan, commenting on the club’s decision to lower season ticket prices, said “While many sports organisations appear to be increasing prices for fans to watch their teams, we have taken the opportunity to reward loyal Wolves fans.  In addition, this also demonstrates the University and Worcester Wolves’ inclusive approach to sport by offering affordable prices that enable more people to watch top flight basketball.”

Season ticket holders can also take advantage of other benefits throughout the season such as exclusive season ticket holder events and promotional discounts.

The Worcester Wolves, owned by the University of Worcester, are currently on a record-breaking 12-match winning streak and have not lost a game at home since the beginning of the year, which bodes well for an exciting end to the basketball season.

Season tickets are now available to purchase at the University of Worcester Arena at the flat rate or online with a booking fee payable at

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