City sell out of season tickets

Courtesy of Graham Burrell

Lincoln City Season Tickets went on General Sale this past Monday night and took under 48-hours to sell out.

With the Imps returning to League One, 6,300 tickets have been sold, setting a modern-day record for Season Ticket sales.

The club still has a limited number of Disabled & Carer Season Tickets and Junior Imps Club Season Tickets still available.

However, for readers who may not have secured a season ticket, there was still the option of becoming a MyImps member placing you on the second tier of priority behind season ticket holders.

MyImps memberships cost just £15 for the season and have seen over 500 people sign up.

The advantages of being a MyImps member include:

  • Receive a priority period for purchasing home tickets ahead of general sale periods.
  • Receive a priority period for purchasing away tickets ahead of general sale periods.
  • Receive a discount on all home league fixtures- £2 discount for Adults; £2 discount for Concessions/Disabled/Young Adults; £1 discount for Juniors.
  • Receive a priority period for all cup fixtures (home and away).
  • Receive a priority to purchase a 2020/21 season ticket ahead of general sale.

3 Comments

  1. Season Ticket numbers were capped at 6300!
    My imps membership finished last night so are NOT ” still an option”.

    Fantastic numbers backing the Cowleys and the team these days,long may it continue. UTI

  2. MyImps members had to join by last night to be eligible for Accy ticket window – but as Malcolm says, sales open until January. You’d be a mite p’d off if you came back from holiday to find out the thing was opened and closed while you’d been away!

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