17-18 Season Tickets

Bridgend Ravens are pleased to announce prices for our season tickets ahead of the 2017-18 season.

With the club having retained the majority of the playing and coaching staff from last season who helped the club to 17 wins in all competitions, the club will be looking for bigger and better this season thanks to a number of key new signings, which see Principality Premiership top try scorer Aaron Grabham sign from Neath, while former Ravens centre Nathan Edwards makes the switch from Llanelli. Up front, second row Shaun O’Rourke signs on a permanent basis, and Gareth Harvey has come in at hooker.

Adult season tickets are available from just £100 (just £7.15 per game) on an earlybird basis, which ends on Saturday 5th August, with Concession tickets priced from just £80, meaning an equivalent of just £5.70. There is a guaranteed 14 home Principality Premiership league matches covered by a 2017-18 season, and just like 2016-17, there is a change in the structure of the Principality Premiership. Bridgend Ravens feature in the West Tier during the first half of the season, before facing the remainder of the 16 team league over the second half of the season.

BRIDGEND RAVENS SEASON TICKET PRICES 2017-18
(includes all areas of the Bridgend Ford Brewery Field)

Adult £105 (£100 earlybird pre-August 5th)
Concession (over 65) - £85 (£80 earlybird pre-August 5th)
U16 (with accompanying adult) - FREE

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