Discounted ticket offer for Swans fans

22nd July

With the 2014-15 Premier League season just around the corner, Swansea City is again launching new ways of rewarding our loyal supporters ahead of the forthcoming campaign.
Following on from the success of numerous reciprocal arrangements put in place with fellow clubs and the Premier League last season, the club is now looking at new ways of giving something back to the Jack Army.
The first of this year's initiatives centres around a Manchester double - with our trips to Manchester United on August 16 and Manchester City on November 22 being the focal point.
Any supporter who purchases a ticket for our opening game of the season at Old Trafford can claim a discount on the ticket price for Manchester City by keeping their ticket stub from the previous game.
Once this stub is redeemed, adults will be able to claim £15 off their ticket for Manchester City, while concessions will get a £10 discount.
The subsidy will be paid for by Swansea City Football Club and is entirely aimed at giving something back to our fantastic supporters.
Swansea City vice-chairman Leigh Dineen said: "We received excellent feedback from supporters last season with regard to the reciprocal arrangements that we had put in place with other clubs, and we wanted to extend it further ahead of the new season.
"The cost of football is increasing, but we want to make it affordable for our loyal supporters and we hope to have many more initiatives in place as the season progresses."
Supporters Director Huw Cooze added: "The club are pleased to continue with the away travel initiatives for the coming season, and again we will be offering a range of discounts throughout the campaign to make it a little less expensive for the travelling Jack Army." 

**Details of how to claim your discount will be further announced in due course, but supporters are urged to keep hold of their ticket stubs from the trip to Manchester United.
Without this, you will not be able to claim your subsidised ticket for the trip to Manchester City on November 22.