Walsall's Early Bird Sales Increase Despite Coronavirus Lock-down

Walsall FC have this afternoon confirmed that, despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis which has seen much of normal life suspended, the recent 2020/21 Early Bird Season Ticket offer saw sales exceed those achieved during the same period last season.
As the UK remains on lock-down due to the spreading Covid-19 outbreak the club opted to extend the Early Bird period over several weeks and have been rewarded with a 10% increase in sales, helping the club to ward off many of the financial issues which continue to affect the world of football.

In a statement released via the club's official website, officials sought to place on record their thanks to the supporters following a superb response to the Early Bird Season Ticket offer.

The Club ran the Early Bird ticket incentive from February 22nd through to April 10th and are pleased to announce that they have sold 10% more season tickets than what they had at this point last season.

The Club extended the Early Bird campaign to make sure that the support that was being shown didn't go unnoticed and on the final day, Ticket Office Manager, Laura Greenhouse, sold 200 season tickets whilst working remotely from home.

Club chairman Leigh Pomlett, who was also speaking via the club's official website, said; "The Early Bird campaign was entitled Strength in Numbers.

"It's clear to see that during these very difficult times, Saddlers fans have come out in their numbers and have shown just how much strength we have together as a club.

"Once again we would like to place on record our thanks to everyone who purchased a season ticket during the Early Bird campaign."
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