Thursday 29 September 2016

Last call to renew season tickets

European Watch

Daragh Small

Published 24/04/2015 | 02:30

Connacht head coach Pat Lam during squad training on Tuesday. With Lam's side in control of their destiny and marching towards a potential European Champions Cup spot for next season, the time is now to renew your season ticket before it is too late.
Connacht head coach Pat Lam during squad training on Tuesday. With Lam's side in control of their destiny and marching towards a potential European Champions Cup spot for next season, the time is now to renew your season ticket before it is too late.

There are just four days remaining to renew your Connacht Rugby season ticket for the 2015/'16 season.

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With Pat Lam's side in control of their destiny and marching towards a potential European Champions Cup spot for next season, the time is now to renew your season ticket before it is too late.

Connacht are sixth in the Pro12 standings after 19 rounds with the league leaders Glasgow coming to the Sportsground this weekend.

The Galway venue is likely to be packed to the rafters for what is another crunch game in the run-in as the attendances continue to rise and rise.

The Connacht Rugby season ticket ensures you as a supporter can come along for the ride next season as well as Connacht embark on the next stage of their journey.

With a young squad brimming with exciting talent, both established and future internationals alike will be lighting up the Sportsground as Connacht bid to capitalise on what has been a wonderful campaign.

In comparison with its regular match-day equivalent, the season ticket offers great value for the fans of Connacht Rugby. Not only in terms of price but this ticket also offers exclusive access to the Clan Stand that is becoming famous in Pro12 and European Rugby.

The ticket will allow for access to 14 home fixtures next season plus a host of other benefits.

Current season-ticket holders have until Monday to avail of their exclusive discounted prices. On April 28, the Early Bird sale kicks off with the priority list given preference and after that tickets will be on general sale.

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