Blackburn Rovers in Premier League pledge to cut season-ticket prices

A general view of Blackburn Rovers' stadium Ewood Park on October 30, 2010
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Blackburn Rovers announce that they will cut the price of season tickets should the club get promoted to the Premier League for the 2015-16 campaign.

Blackburn Rovers have announced that season-ticket prices will be reduced for holders in the 2015-16 season should the club secure promotion to the Premier League.

Rovers finished two points below the playoff places in the Championship table, which has given them an incentive to reach the top flight next season.

Via the club's official website, Blackburn announced that fans who purchase a £249 season ticket for the next campaign will pay just £62 to retain their seat in the Premier League in the following season should they gain promotion.

A junior season ticket for next season is priced at £60.

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