Brentford Announce ‘Pay What You Can’ Ticket Scheme, Will Donate Half Of Every £5+ Ticket To Charity

Chris Wright

21st, November 2012

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By Chris Wright

League One side Brentford have announced a cockle-warmingly commendable plan to introduce a ‘Pay What You Can’ ticket pricing scheme for their final game before Christmas – the league fixture against Stevenage on Saturday 22nd December.

Essentially, The Bees are inviting fans to pay as much or as little as they can afford for a match ticket (with a minimum price of £1) and for every ticket sold for over £5, half of the money will be donated to the Sport Relief charity.

The promotion only covers advanced match tickets so fans will have to order them early, though it is open to adult, senior, student and junior admission – and it’s not like you’ll be stuck with the ‘restricted viewing’ seats if you only pay a quid either, as every single seat at Griffin Park (bar those reserved for Season Ticket holders) will be available.

How about that? Lovely stuff.

Tickets can be ordered from the club shop, via telephone or through Brentford’s official site if you’re interested.

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