Tuesday 24th May 2016
MORE than 300 Sons fans have already renewed their season tickets for next season during the premium loyalty and early bird windows.
But the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium is still very much open for business to enable fans to watch what should be an epic Championship season.
Scottish Cup winners Hibernian, and newly-relegated Dundee United, are just two of the sides who fans can sign up to watch Dumbarton take on.
And although season tickets are now full price, the £250 adult cost works out at less than £14 a game. This is a saving of more than £4 on paying on the day for every home fixture.
Concession tickets are £140 (less than £8 a game), while parent and child tickets are £265 (less than £15 a game).
DFC football secretary Antonia Kerr (pictured) said: “It’s been a busy last few weeks, with a fantastic number of fans already signing up.
“But supporters who want to purchase their season tickets between now and the start of the season are still more than welcome.
“Everybody at Dumbarton is excited about being in the Championship again next season and buying a season ticket is your best way to ensure you catch all the action.
“Stadium opening hours are 9.30am-3.30pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday and we’d be delighted to hear from anybody who is still interested in buying one.”
Meanwhile, congratulations are due to two Sons fans who are the final winners of the early bird period.
John Birnie has won his season ticket FREE, having won the draw for that prize for renewing during the three-week window.
And the replica away strip for renewals during the final week has gone to David Winton.
Thanks to all fans who took advantage of the premium loyalty and early bird renewal windows.