Imps announce student ticket price freeze

Lincoln City have frozen season ticket and match ticket prices for 2015/16, meaning student ticket prices will remain as they are.

The club set new student prices at the start of the current season in a bid to encourage them to turn up at Sincil Bank in greater numbers.

With attendances in recent weeks dropping below 2,000, this has never been more important.

Attendances have dropped to below 2,000 in recent matches.

Attendances have dropped to below 2,000 in recent matches

It means that University of Lincoln students can again pick up a match day ticket for £6 when purchased before the match day as part of the ‘Early Bird’ scheme, or for £7 on the gate.

Students can also purchase a season ticket, covering every Lincoln City league match at Sincil Bank, for £120. (Working out at just over £5.20 a match)

Over the last few seasons, the club have actively tried to engage students with the club by holding a number of ‘free student ticket’ initiatives, including the 1-1 draw with Gateshead at the end of September in which 544 students filled to Co-op stand.

At the time, Lincoln City General Manager John Vickers said how important the student community could be to the club.

“It’s about trying to put bums on seats, try and tap into the student population we’ve got, which is a considerable amount in the city, and it’s key to get them to come down and spend their money with us.

“At the same time we know we need to make things as affordable as possible.”

To make the most of the student ticket discount, you must be aged between 18-21 and possess a valid student card.

For all the Lincoln City 2015/16 ticket prices and details, click here.

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