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Next Seasons ST Discount if bought before 31st March OFFER

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Sluffy

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We are delighted to confirm that the price of season tickets for the 2022/23 campaign has been reduced as we look to reward the loyalty of fans and encourage new ones to join us on our journey.

As the Wanderers family, it’s safe to say we’ve had more than our fair share of ups and downs in recent years.

But during that time, one thing has always remained a constant – you, the fans.

That’s why we have placed you at the heart of our decision making around season tickets for the 2022/23 campaign and we’ve reduced prices across the board – with tickets for next season now on sale.  

A Bolton Wanderers season ticket for 2022/23 will now cost from as little as £219 for adults and just £35 for juniors during the Early Bird window which runs to Thursday 31st March.

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*Please note these are starting prices. Full price lists can be viewed here.

A Bolton Wanderers season ticket will also offer fans auto-enrolment into the club’s Official Membership scheme which will include the following benefits from 1st July 2022:

10% off the Club Store both online and at Bolton Central.
10% off room bookings at Bolton Whites Hotel.
10% off food and beverages anytime at Bolton Whites Hotel.
Ticket priority to all first team away days.
Ticket priority to all first team cup games.
Chairman of Bolton Wanderers Sharon Brittan said: “From the moment I was welcomed into the Bolton Wanderers family, the warmth, affection and loyalty I have felt from our supporters has never ceased to amaze me. With each passing day I am very fortunate to witness that our greatest strength is the togetherness we share.

“The Board and I passionately believe in rewarding loyalty and we have thought long and hard about how we could repay your support.

“We are cognisant that the cost of living is rising for everyone and that many people in our community will need to make careful choices about how they spend their money.

“Therefore, it feels right to help make those decisions a bit easier for our wonderful fans and that is why we are introducing savings for Early Bird tickets.

“The journey we are on is very exciting and we want you to Be Part Of It, whether you are renewing your season ticket or plan to purchase one for the very first time.

“There is no finer sight than when we see our iconic University of Bolton Stadium in full song getting behind Ian and the team.

“We believe that these prices not only reward the loyalty current season ticket holders have shown us but also makes attending all our home games more accessible for the rest of our BWFC Family.

“We want you to Be Part Of It - so let’s do this together!”

As per previous seasons and in the spirit of togetherness and community, fans will also have the opportunity to make a donation to Bolton Wanderers in the Community when purchasing their season tickets.

The club can also confirm that the new pricing structure has been decided in close consultation with the Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust who have given their full support and welcome the price reduction on behalf of fans.

Season tickets are available to purchase online, over the phone by calling 01204 328 888 or in person at the Ticket Office. The Ticket Office can also be contacted via email on [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Season tickets are available to purchase online, over the phone by calling 01204 328 888 or in person at the Ticket Office. The Ticket Office can also be contacted via email on [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Our staff are here to help you with your season ticket purchase and answer any questions you may have. The Ticket Office is open Monday to Friday - 9.00am – 5.30pm, Saturday (home match day) 9.00am – kick-off, Saturday (non-home match day) 9.00am – 1.00pm and is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Season 2022/23 - be part of it. Let's do this together.

Click here to purchase your BWFC Early Bird 2022/23 season ticket.
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For all details on BWFC 2022/23 season tickets, including full price lists and payment options, please click here.

The application form for season ticket renewals is available here.

Members of the Lifeline Lottery can also benefit from an extra five per cent discount on their season ticket! Find out more about the Lifeline Lottery here.

Please note that after this Early Bird window closes on Thursday 31st March, prices will increase.

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Already renewed mine online this morning  Very Happy

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Someone told me they're not taking applications for knobhead corner. Is that true?

Sluffy

Sluffy
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boltonbonce wrote:Someone told me they're not taking applications for knobhead corner. Is that true?

Not quite.

From what I read elsewhere, the club are not taking NEW applications for that part of the ground but existing ST holders can renew theirs.

Reading between the lines it looks as there has been too much trouble at both home and away games already this season and the club needs to put an end to it or its going to cost them points, money or both from the EFL.

Seems all the earlier bother at the Wigan game (and others?) at the Reebok had lead directly to the new scheme of how you can buy one off tickets for games (for family and friends) which in turn has lead to a lot of hostility to Hart who introduced the scheme by some/many of our fans.

I guess the club must now be turning their attention at ways to get rid/disperse the most visual troublemakers on matchdays being the young knobs in knobhead corner as gently as they can?

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Thanks Sluffy. Wasn't sure what was going on, so didn't want to pass on any duff info to people who were asking me about it.
Never sat over there, but Norpig gets a closer view of it, so maybe he'll fill us in on his match day experience.

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

They do get a bit lairy in there, the game against Sunderland kicked off with bottles being thrown from both ends. Sunderland had the full stand and that is unusual these days so the supporters were a lot closer. 

Knobhead corner does tend to attract the younger lads who think they are hardmen in their stone island coat.

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